City/Local News Round-up ~ June 27-July 3

CITY UPDATE ON SERVICES AND ActiveTO THIS W/E  

The City continues to safely and gradually open services and amenities. residents heading outside this weekend are reminded of the importance of washing/sanitizing their hands often, staying within their social circle of no more than 10 people, avoiding crowds, practicing physical distancing, and wearing a face covering where this is difficult. 

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OUTDOOR POOLS STAYING OPEN LATE

Temperatures in the city are soaring and will continue to hover around 35 C for the next few days, so city swimming pools hours are being extended.

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TORONTO PARKING ENFORCEMENT RESUMES

Parking enforcement will return to normal in the next several weeks as COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease.

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METROLINX INSTALLS PLASTIC BARRIERS

Next time you’re taking the GO train, things may look a little different. 

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WALL MURALS TO CELEBRATE FRONTLINE WORKERS

Mayor Tory announces that a new series of wall murals painted by local street, mural and graffiti artists will celebrate Toronto’s frontline workers, first responders and volunteers as part of the StART Frontline Heroes Art Project.

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CITY MAKES MASKS MANDATORY INDOORS

Toronto city council has voted to make non-medical masks and face coverings mandatory in indoor public spaces to help limit the spread of the coronavirus.

Here are all the places you’ll be required to wear a face mask or covering in Toronto.

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POLICE STILL SEARCHING FOR STABBING SUSPECT

The suspect in the stabbing incident at Wellesley and Ontario Streets is still at large. Sadly the victim died in the attack.

Update: June 30 – suspect arrested and charged.

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MASK REMINDER FROM THE TTC

Don’t forget that masks are mandatory on all TTC vehicles from July 2. Read about staying safe on public transit

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BIKE THIEVES ARE IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

A resident advised us that his locked bike has been stolen from his back yard. Other similar thefts have been mentioned on ‘Life In Cabbagetown’. Remember, keep bikes out of sight and be prepared to invest in locks that reflect the value of your bike. Better still, keep them indoors.

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A PARK AT THE END OF PARLIAMENT STREET?

Some local residents have started a petition to get the Google Sidewalks space re-zoned as public parkland. If you like this idea,
you can support the petition here.
 

 

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