Category Archives: City News

Toronto Public Health: Do’s and Dont’s

With the recent announcement from the Government of Ontario declaring Toronto in the Grey-Lockdown: the City of Toronto staff have put together a…
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Toronto Enters Grey Lockdown: this is how city services are impacted

The new protections announced on Friday impact a number of City services and facilities. Staff are currently updating the full list of impacts…
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Notice: Allen Road closure this weekend for maintenance and improvements, what to expect

This will be the first time since 2018 that Allen Road, considered one of Toronto’s three expressways, has been closed for maintenance. Commonly…
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Slow Down Signs available! Request for yours here!

I am pleased to share that we have Slow Down! signs available. If you would like a slow down sign for your front…
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Students using TTC bus

TTC Shares COVID-19 Safety Measures as Schools Re-Open

Our office received the following notice from TTC: As kids head back to school, it is important you know what we have been…
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TTC Riders: Have your say! Survey for a Future Jane Street Express Bus Route

We deserve a more reliable, efficient and accessible public transit system. With RapidTO, the city will move to increase the number of bus…
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Changing Policing in Toronto

After many concerned residents contacted their local council offices expressing the need to rethink the way Toronto Police delivers services to marginalized communities,…
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Children Swimming in the Pool

Get active this summer through ParksPlayTO and Summer In the 6ix!

Aquafitness, preschool swimming and leisure swimming are all available without prior registration.Pictured (from right to left): Mayor John Tory, Councillor James Pasternak, Councillor…
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Councillor Pasternak announcing at the podium the SwimTO program

City of Toronto reopens swimming pools and beaches across the city

Last Friday, I joined Mayor John Tory, Councillor Jennifer McKelvie and members of the community to kick off the summer season with SwimTO.…
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Bringing Speeding Enforcement Back to Our Neighbourhoods

As Chair of Infrastructure and Environment committee, today I joined Mayor John Tory in announcing that the City’s Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) program…
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