DINE-IN RESTAURANTS/BARS PERMITTED TO OPEN FRIDAY
Under the Province of Ontario’s Stage 3 order, which takes effect Friday July 31, restaurants and bars will be permitted to offer indoor dine-in service.
CITY UPDATE ON SERVICES AND ActiveTO THIS W/E
Update from the City on things that are open this weekend.
ONTARIO COVID19 CASES DIPS BELOW 100
For the first time since March 24 Ontario has reported fewer than 100 new cases of COVID-19.
MASKS NOW MANDATORY IN APARTMENTS AND CONDOMINIUMS
City Council has voted in favour of a temporary bylaw requiring masks or face coverings in common areas in apartments and condominiums to protect the health and safety of our communities.
HOW THE CITY PLANS TO MANAGE COVID19 DEBT
City Council voted to adopt the recommendations of a report to address the experienced and anticipated financial impacts of the pandemic and proposed options for mitigation.
WHAT CAN REOPEN IN STAGE 3?
Here’s the official list of businesses that can reopen in Stage 3, care of BlogTO.
TORONTO MOVES TO STAGE 3
Toronto and Peel Region will move into Stage 3 of Ontario’s COVID-19 recovery plan this Friday, as the province reported its fewest number of new cases since March 23.
Read A framework for reopening our Province – Phase 3 for details on what this means and the restrictions that will remain in place.
DON’T RETIRE THOSE SWEAT PANTS JUST YET!
Working from home in Ontario will be recommended for the ‘foreseeable future’ after Health Minister Christine Elliott said that Ontario will remain in Stage 3 until there is a vaccine or treatment for COVID-19.
SWIMMING WARNINGS AT SOME CITY BEACHES
Unfortunately for anyone looking to cool of at a local beach, officials are warning about high levels of E. coli at some of the most popular ones.
RIVERDALE FARM GETS $200,000 DONATION
The animals at Cabbagetown’s Riverdale Farm should be getting some new digs and more, thanks to a surprise $200,000 gift from a long-time admirer who died last year.
Q&A WITH CITY’S CHIEF CONTACT TRACER
Omar Ozaldin leads a team of disease detectives, dedicated to stopping the spread of Covid-19. He talks to Toronto Life about the challenges of the job, how helpful Torontonians can be, and what will happen if we get a dreaded second wave.