COVID-19 infection rates are on the rise more than ever before. With the current stay-at-home order in place, we need to try our best to prevent exposure by staying home as much as possible. We should only be socializing with those we live with and making essential supply trips when necessary. We need to take this measure seriously.
I worked with the Board of Health to ensure that we continue to schedule more COVID-19 pop-up testing opportunities throughout Humber River-Black Creek into 2021. Please visit my website for updates:
These clinics will be readily available to support individuals and families in our area.
Please visit the Ontario Government’s website for the most up-to-date information on the stages and steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.www.news.ontario.ca/en
The City of Toronto will continue to circulate details about the evolving provincial guidelines specific to our region and vaccination updates.www.toronto.ca/home/covid-19/
Western North York Community Centre:
Plans for the Western North York Community Centre are moving ahead. The building will be constructed in the Weston and Sheppard area to fill essential service gaps. Many thanks to those who participated in the Digital Open House late last year. I will share more updates shortly, including the next steps. To review the information that’s currently available please visit:
I look forward to seeing this important project come to fruition.
Winter Weather Reminder:
For updates about the City of Toronto’s services during the winter, please visit:
If you have any concerns or need access to resources, please contact 311 Toronto or my office for follow up. We are here to help you.
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City Councillor, Ward 7
Humber River - Black Creek