CANADA DAY GOES VIRTUAL IN TO (Jun 19)
The City will help Torontonians mark Canada’s 153rd birthday virtually on Wednesday, July 1 through a livestream show, Canada Day 2020.
W/E UPDATE ON AMENITIES AND ActiveTO (Jun 19)
Here’s a quick a guide to which City services and amenities are open and which remain closed this weekend.
THREE SCENARIOS FOR SCHOOL REOPENING (Jun 19)
The Ford government is planning three scenarios for a return to school in September: regular in-class learning, at home learning or a combination of both.
TORONTO REMAINS IN STAGE 1 (Jun 19)
York, Durham and Niagara are among the areas allowed to move to stage 2, Toronto, Peel and Windsor-Essex will remain in stage one until at least next Friday
TPH EXCEEDS PROVINCIAL TARGETS (Jun 19)
Each day this week Toronto Public Health has exceeded the provincial target of reaching 90% of cases within 24 hours. A significant accomplishment attributed to the dedicated staff assigned to the response efforts.
MASKS MANDATORY ON TTC FROM 7/2 (Jun 18)
the TTC Board has voted in favour of making face coverings or cloth masks mandatory for TTC customers starting July 2, 2020.
ActiveTO ROAD CLOSURES PROVING POPULAR (Jun 17)
Data shows ActiveTO major road closures are helping people be physically active. This w/e you can walk or cycle on Bayview Avenue from Front Street East to Rosedale Valley Road, and River Street from Gerrard Street East to Bayview Avenue.
EMERGENCY ORDERS EXTENDED TO MONTH END (Jun 17)
The Ontario government says it is extending all current emergency orders until June 30 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
SEEMS IT’S NOT JUST IN CABBAGETOWN (Jun 16)
A new cannabis store is being proposed for Kensington Market, and some local residents are fighting against what they see as dispensary overload in the neighbourhood.
WANT A FREE PRESTO CARD? (Jun 16)
In an effort to get more people back on public transit, the TTC will be giving out free Presto cards this summer and fall.
LIKE THAI? THIS ONE LOOKS INTERESTING (Jun 15)