About Paula

Paula Fletcher has served Toronto-Danforth residents for several years, becoming involved as a leader in the East End Parent Network, then working as Public School Trustee. In 2003 Paula was elected to City Council for the former Ward 30, and was re-elected in 2018 for the new Ward 14 Toronto-Danforth. Paula works with residents, business owners and community agencies to build vibrant, healthy neighbourhoods, and is a strong voice at City Hall defending the services residents expect from their City.

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About Ward 14

Toronto-Danforth is home to many residential and commercial neighbourhoods that teem with activity and energy, including the Danforth, Leslieville, East York, Riverdale, Riverside, East Chinatown, Gerrard India Bazaar and GreekTown.

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City of Toronto and partners announce expansion of screen industry workforce development training programs for diverse youth

Today, Mayor John Tory and program partners announced the expansion of screen industry education and training programs for under-represented communities, targeting participants who are Black, Indigenous and people of colour. These programs aim to increase and diversify the industry’s workforce, to respond to expanding infrastructure needs and market demand for global storytelling.

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While the rate of COVID-19 cases is low in the Toronto, it is growing. New case data shows more infections are now being reported among younger adults and unvaccinated individuals, who are seven times more likely to become infected with COVID-19. The new data was released today when Mayor John Tory and Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eileen de Villa provided an update on the City of Toronto’s vaccination progress. Toronto Public Health also reported an increase in vaccinations since the Province of Ontario announced a proof of vaccination system.

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