The City of Toronto is working with the Province of Ontario to distribute rapid antigen tests to licensed child care programs in the community for use where a staff member, child care provider or child in care is showing symptoms of COVID-19.
Following this week’s provincial announcements, Team Toronto and Toronto Public Health (TPH) continue to support schools and school boards, as students return to in-person learning on Monday, January 17. In-person learning is essential for the mental and physical well-being of students.
By Amanda Gibb | Beach Metro News | January 6, 2022
Multiple developments have been proposed or approved on Eastern Avenue between Coxwell and Broadview avenues; many of them are mixed-used buildings containing residential and commercial units.
Today, all those 18 years and older who had their second dose of COVID-19 vaccine more than three months ago, became eligible for a third dose, or booster, vaccine. Over the weekend, Mayor John Tory announced the City of Toronto and its Team Toronto partners have ramped up vaccination capacity to 1.2 million doses per month in anticipation of those seeking further protection from the Omicron variant of concern.
By Paula Fletcher | Beach Metro News | December 16, 2021
It’s been another year of the pandemic and we’ve been getting more used to all of the big changes made in 2020. It feels like we’re in a new “normal,” but I know 2021 has still been tough for many.
Today, Toronto City Council approved the extension of the City of Toronto’s COVID-19 temporary bylaws, the Mandatory Mask bylaw (541-2020 and 664-2020) and the COVID-19 amendments to Chapter 354, Apartment Buildings until the end of City Council’s April 2022 meeting.
Starting this morning at 8 a.m., more than 100,000 appointments will be available on the provincial booking system for eligible Toronto residents to book their third doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
Jack Landau | BlogTO | December 4, 2021
Whether you're on the hunt for a new place to soak in some rays or take in sweeping views of the expanding Toronto skyline, the future Leslie Slip Lookout Park is a solid addition to your distant spring 2023 plans.
The City of Toronto is ready to begin expansion of its mechanical sidewalk snow clearing service this winter, to help improve safety for more residents, provide more equitable snow clearing service to more areas of the city, and support improved accessibility when it snows.
On Sunday, December 12, 2,000 of Toronto’s youngest community health superheroes will have a chance to receive their COVID-19 vaccine at Scotiabank Arena as part of Toronto Kids Vaccine Day