Councillor’s Corner - December 2022
Winter is here! City crews are prepared to handle inclement weather, including ice, freezing rain, and snow, with a 24/7 response plan. Please be mindful when commuting throughout the cold season. Using the City’s website, you can see real-time locations of plows, sidewalk clearing...
Toronto marks National Indigenous Peoples Day
By Sean Delaney
On Tuesday, June 21 at 5:30 a.m., the City of Toronto presented the annual Sunrise Ceremony to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day, which celebrates the unique heritage, diversity and valued contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples.
This year is the first time ...
Councillor’s Corner - June 2022
As we continue into July, I hope you are keeping healthy and safe while enjoying the summer weather. The City of Toronto has a wide range of seasonal recreational options, fitness programs, arts and festivals for you to explore. To check out a complete list, please visit toronto....
Councillor's Corner - July 2021
With Stage 3 upon us, we have the ability to gather indoors in certain settings, eat inside
restaurants, and visit gyms with the appropriate measures in place. Public attractions like the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum are open for families this summer. Perso...
Emery Village BIA Executive Director's message - July 2021
You can now check your eligibility for your second COVID-19 vaccine at: www.covid-19.ontario.ca/covid-19-vaccine-booking-support
The Emery Village BIA will be posting vaccine clinics regularly on our website and social media, so please look out for those opportunities.
Ontario is continuing on it...
Councillor’s Corner - June 2021
Many of you have received your first dose, with second doses scheduled. Various pop-up clinics are operating without an appointment required, and you can also call to move up your current appointments as new options become available.
We are working toward a future where it will b...
Vaccine access and registration
What you need to know to get your shot
The City of Toronto will provide vaccinations in nine mass immunization clinics. Bookings are for residents who will be 75 years of age or older in 2021.
At the time of booking, residents will schedule their first vaccination appointment and an appointment...