Category: News

Enforcement of City of Toronto Residential On-Street Permit Parking program to resume August 14 at midnight

Starting Friday, August 14 at midnight, permit parking enforcement on residential streets in Toronto will resume. Enforcement, as well as the renewal and issuance of residential street parking permits, had been paused due to COVID-19. The period to renew existing, or purchase new, six and twelve-month on-street parking permits began on July 2 when the… Read more »

New measures come into effect today for apartments and condominiums and food and drink establishments to help stop the spread of COVID-19

Beginning today, new measures come into effect that require masks or face coverings to be worn in common areas in apartments and condominiums and additional requirements for food and drink establishments to protect the health and safety of our communities by helping to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Last week, Toronto City Council voted in… Read more »

City of Toronto announces Family Well-Being Plan

Mayor John Tory announced the City of Toronto’s Family Well-Being Plan developed in partnership with community agencies and social service providers, to highlight the supports available to those who may be experiencing family violence during the pandemic. Inspired by the provincial #HereToHelpON social media campaign, the City has partnered with the following agencies to develop… Read more »

City of Toronto weekend update on services, amenities and ActiveTO

As the City of Toronto moves to Stage 3 tomorrow, July 31, additional amenities will safely and gradually reopen for everyone to enjoy. COVID-19 continues to circulate in Toronto and it remains critical that residents continue to follow Toronto Public Health’s advice to stay home when ill, wash hands often, practise physical distancing and wear… Read more »