I want to thank @MichaelFordTO for coming forward with a motion calling for a provincial cap on food delivery service fees.
Throughout the pandemic we have been urging food delivery companies to substantially help their restaurant customers so they can stay in business. https://t.co/ni7J8Sn08a
We know #COVID19 is impacting residents and businesses in all corners of this city. We know that this modified Stage 2 is having a tremendous effect on people and that you are looking for more information about what will happen after the 28 days are over. /1
Joined Mayors and Chairs across the GTHA to discuss the region's ongoing response to #COVID19. At today’s meeting we discussed support for public health officials providing a safe path forward for businesses. Please read our full statement on today’s meeting. https://t.co/MJTqk44btf
If you are unable to self-isolate safely, our city has a voluntary #COVID19 isolation centre where you can stop worrying about getting others in your household sick and focus on getting better. https://t.co/Pf1NxXH1q0
We knew the recent public health interventions would take two to three weeks until we would start to see the benefits of such action and just as importantly for the effects of the Thanksgiving weekend to show. https://t.co/nRNfPKe5ws
With #COVID19 making wearing masks a necessity, Justine and Bailee Sneiderman have decided to create masks that offer the perfect fit. The two girls, in grade 9 and 7 respectively have launched their own business called I Care About U. #GoodNewsTOhttps://t.co/B7lxvEN2u0
Thinking of ordering in tonight? Remember to check out https://t.co/vs3i1Zoi3T and find great restaurants within your own neighbourhood or across the city that provide safe takeout, delivery or patio dining options. https://t.co/munoYIHX2M
Got to check out the Multicultural Film Festival at @WoodsideSquare1 in Scarborough tonight. This four-day festival showcases movies from around the world for residents to enjoy while physically distancing. https://t.co/cNxVdu2FZt
I’ll be on @NEWSTALK1010 at 5:35PM to answer some of your questions on #COVID19 and speak to the continued work we are doing as a city to support residents and businesses during these challenging times.
We continue to see ⬆ #COVID19 spread in TO, reflecting earlier transmission. Our public health measures & collective efforts to slow virus spread will take time to work & see ⬇ #COVID19 cases. This is why our choices are so important & we must not let our guard down now. https://t.co/s0oYr8jIm2
Need help making next month’s rent? #CityofTO funds an interest-free loan of up to $4,000 for eligible households through the Rent Bank. Call 416-397-7368 to find out more weekdays 8:30am to 4:30pm or leave a message for follow-up.
A big thanks to @TorontoFC Captain Michael Bradley for joining TO’s Associate Medical Officer of Health Dr. Vinita Dubey to help spread the word on how we can safely wear masks at school to protect each other & reduce #COVID19 spread in our city: https://t.co/LwVUKazV5D@MLSEPR
Listen to @JohnTory here folks. This is leadership.
Housing the homeless in Toronto in partnership with non-profit agencies and upper levels of government.
This is what is before #Guelph City Council on Monday.
Toronto has shovels in the ground. Will Guelph? #SupportiveHousinghttps://t.co/7uEFRpup6o