Women and gender marginalized artists come together to revitalize a Riverside laneway with 21 bright, new, interconnected murals that reflect our deep connection to water, and to our communities.
Local councillor agrees no parking sign could be misleading
Michael Smee, CBC News | September 20, 2021
An East York woman says her driveway is often blocked in by parked cars because of a misleading no parking sign — which the city has been slow to fix.
September 20, 2021
On September 8, Toronto Public Health (TPH) recommended that schools and school boards gradually return extra-curricular activities, field trips and high contact sports with mixed cohorts for the start of the school year when school routines are established.
Today, Mayor John Tory announced that registration for City of Toronto fall recreation programs opens on September 25 and 28. This fall marks the return of regular recreation programming for the City of Toronto, where COVID-19 has impacted programming since March 2020. The City is Toronto’s largest provider of recreation programs for people of all ages, skill levels and interests.
On September 14, the Ontario government released regulations and guidance for businesses and organizations in implementing proof of vaccination requirements for their customers, effective September 22. Businesses and organizations will be responsible for ensuring they meet the provincial requirements for proof of vaccination against COVID-19.
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.
The City of Toronto continues to take action through its Vision Zero Road Safety Plan to protect the safety and wellbeing of all students heading back to school this week.
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.
The City of Toronto will be holding Community Environment Days at the City’s seven Drop-Off Depots on Sundays throughout September and October. The events begin September 12 and will run until October 31, 2021.
Today, Mayor John Tory announced the City of Toronto and Toronto Public Health (TPH) have partnered with the TTC and Toronto Paramedic Services to further increase COVID-19 vaccination rates across the city with TTC bus vaccine clinics.