• COVID-19 - March 25 Update

    This week marks one year since the City declared a State of Emergency in Toronto as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. I know you will join with me in giving thanks to all our frontline and essential workers for keeping our City moving and to our neighbours and businesses for helping in our efforts to control the spread of COVID-19.  So many people have worked together to meet this challenge and we have shown how special we are as a...
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  • Earlscourt Avenue - Toronto Hydro Electrical Upgrade Notice

    Toronto Hydro is rebuilding the electrical distribution system between Tiegnmouth Ave, Boon Ave, Rogers Rd and Nairn Ave, to improve the reliability of your electrical service. This rebuild includes upgrading overhead electrical cables and replacing hydro poles on city-owned property near your lot. Inquiries can be directed to (416) 542-3366 or [email protected]
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  • Kiwanis Club of Toronto – Leadership Grants

    Now more than ever, we need effective leaders to build resilient communities. The Kiwanis Club of Toronto is awarding grants up to $10,000 to support initiatives that support the leadership and mentorship of children. Applications open April 1. More information about the grant can be found here. 
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  • Theatre of the Beat's UNMUTE: The Impact of a Pandemic on Gender-Based Violence

    Theatre of the Beat, a Toronto-based company rooted in social justice theatre work, is presenting their latest show free to audiences throughout March and April. UNMUTE: The Impact of a Pandemic on Gender-Based Violence is a virtual, forum theatre piece that addresses the rise of domestic violence and gender-based assault during COVID-19. Theatre of the Beat has partnered up with the Assaulted Women's Helpline for a special presentation of UNMUTE on April, 3 for the International Day Against Victim Blaming. Register for your free...
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  • Fatima House Community Liaison Committee

    This week a group of dedicated Davenport residents got together virtually to discuss how we can best support our new neighbours at Fatima House. Thank you to all the members, and the larger community for supporting these women in their new home.
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  • Support the Oasis Community Dinner

    For the past 25 years, Oasis has been a place where everyone is welcomed to share, learn and grow. Throughout COVID, they have been welcoming 60 guests every Tuesday night for a take-out meal. You can help them by sponsoring a meal and providing a great meal to people in need. For more information, call 416.536.4431 or email [email protected]
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  • Get Vaccinated at West End YMCA – 931 College Street

    The West End YMCA (931 College Street) is booking vaccination appointments for people 70+. It is accessible and offers translation services. If you know a senior in the area, please reach out to them and try and help them get vaccinated. Click here to learn more.
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  • Symington Drugs – Supporting Portuguese, Spanish and Nepalese Seniors with Vaccinations

    Do you know a Portuguese, Spanish, or Nepalese senior who is eligible for vaccination but they are having difficulties booking an appointment due to a language barrier? Symington Drugs (333 Symington Ave) has Portuguese-speaking staff to support them. Call to make an appointment at 416.533.9695 or click here.
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  • COVID-19 - March 18 Update

    The City is racing to keep our community safe as we work to vaccinate our most vulnerable amid troubling reports on a third wave. Yesterday, we opened three City-operated mass immunization clinics: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto Congress Centre and Scarborough Town Centre yesterday. Next week, we will see two more City clinics open at Malvern Community Recreation Centre and Mitchell Field Community Centre. This is in addition to the 350+ vaccine clinics in hospitals, pharmacies and future mobile clinics....
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  • COVID-19 - March 11 Update

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has declared that today, March 11, will be a National Day of Observance, marking one year since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic across Canada. At Toronto City Council, Toronto Poet Laureate Al Moritz shared a beautiful poem in the memory of those we lost. Council joined with Canadians across Canada in marking this day. This pandemic has dramatically impacted our families, communities and country, from the tragic loss of life to mental health and economic strains. We are called...
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