• COVID-19 - November 12 Update

    As we commemorate Remembrance Week, we remember all those who have served our country and whose enormous sacrifices protected the values and freedoms which we cherish. This year, 2020, marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of Remembrance Week commemorations. Learn more about how our City remembers and watch this year’s ceremony. To all those in our community who have served our country, we thank you for your service. It is in times of hardship that we see communities come...
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  • Partnering with Higher Education Institutions to Support COVID-19 Recovery

    All three levels of government have partnered with Toronto’s Higher Education Institutions to help rapidly connect their expertise to the City’s research needs. This new model allows the City to put forward research priorities to Toronto’s HEIs, who source multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional teams of faculty and student experts to help address important and urgent research needs. The current pilot focuses on eight research projects that support the City’s COVID-19 recovery.  Click here for more information
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  • COVID-19 - November 5 Update

    I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Halloween. Throughout the weekend, it was wonderful to see the creative ways our community was celebrating safely. I was also pleased to be able to help organize a number of events, including the Davenport Spooky Stories event with the West End Phoenix, and the Earlscourt Centennial Hallowe’en Hullabaloo. As many of you have noticed and reported to me, there has been a sudden increase in traffic along Lansdowne Avenue between Bloor Street...
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  • COVID-19 - October 29 Update

    This year Halloween is going to be different for all of us and particularly for the kids. But, this doesn't mean we haven't been able to come up with safe and enjoyable alternatives to our usual Halloween activities. While Toronto Public Health has recommended that we do not go door-to-door this year, they have provided creative ideas to celebrate safely. Below, you will see our list of local Halloween activities, including our Spooky Stories at 11:00am on Halloween Day and...
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  • COVID-19 - October 22 Update

    Today is Child Care Worker & Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day. Child care workers have always had a major role in the lives of our children as they care for them and guide them. The pandemic has also shown how important they are to our economy, allowing parents and especially women to return to work when possible. On behalf of our community, I want to sincerely thank our child care workers for caring for our children with dedication in these...
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  • COVID-19 - October 15 Update

    I hope everyone had an enjoyable Thanksgiving long weekend with their households and had the opportunity to connect with their family and friends online. Over the weekend, I joined Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club to help deliver meals to residents of Pelham Park Gardens, to help ensure all families had a meal for them to enjoy. Late last week, the province announced enhanced public health measures for several municipalities, including Toronto, where COVID cases were climbing. This has placed increased...
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  • COVID-19 - October 8 Update

    This weekend we celebrate Thanksgiving, a time when we bring together our family and friends to spend time with each other and celebrate the things for which we are thankful. Unfortunately, this is a year that is like no other. We have all seen the Covid-19 pandemic impact so many of the things we cherish such as family gatherings. This year, while we remember to be thankful, we also need to remember that we are still very much in the...
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  • COVID-19 - October 2 Update

    Next week, I hope you can join me for the first of our three Davenport Speaker Series on various topics, the first is with Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eileen de Villa and Board of Health Chair, Councillor Joe Cressy. Be a part of these important conversations about how our City is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and also have your questions answered. With COVID-19 cases increasing in Toronto, it is essential that we act proactively to slow its...
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  • COVID-19 Outreach Rapid Response Team

    As part of Toronto Public Health's emergency response, COVID-19 Outreach Workers have been deployed throughout the city in order to increase resident awareness of COVID-19 prevention and testing information among disproportionately impacted communities. This multi-lingual team conducts a wide range of outreach activities, including: Direct outreach to Toronto residents in a variety of in-person settings and online platforms. COVID-19 presentations which are adapted to meet the specific needs of diverse resident groups and community organizations. Collaboration with various organizations to...
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  • COVID-19 - September 24 Update

    For many months now we have all been working to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic. Over just a few months a great deal has changed for many people and we are continuing to address the issues that have emerged, from public health challenges to effectively addressing racial inequality and other equity issues. Over several evenings in October, please join me for my Davenport Speaker Series where we will explore pressing issues such as public health, racial equality and an equitable...
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