Support Our Local Eateries!

We asked our members for recommendations of local eateries that are still offering great food service to our community. Here are some of the businesses we have been letting you know about these past weeks… Tired of your own cooking? Try takeout from one of these near-to-us small businesses: Orlando and his wife Liz are

ActiveTO

Toronto’s recently-introduced CurbTO initiative is intended to make it safer for all of us to navigate the intersection of Bloor & Bathurst. The City has now launched a companion initiative, ActiveTO,  “to introduce spaces for the use of pedestrians and cyclists across the city” such as closing some major roads, creating “quiet streets” for local traffic only, and providing

Community Mask Initiative

Thank you for supporting our Community Mask Initiative! Over 150 fabric face masks were handed out over the course of four days. Many of you sent us an email or took time to wave from the road to offer encouragement and thanks, and we appreciated the feedback. Missed the opportunity to pick up a fabric

Neighbourhood Pod Update

Errands & Groceries with Anjali Hi! I’m Anjali, one of your neighbours on Palmerston. I wanted to get in touch given the current situation with Covid-19 and the instructions to stay at home, particularly for people at higher risk or with cold/flu symptoms. Several of us around the neighbourhood have created a “neighbourhood pod” to

Resource Guide: COVID-19 Community Supports

Councillor Mike Layton’s staff have put together a Community Resource Guide which contains a wide variety of updated information, from government benefit resources, to emergency community support fund links and mutual aid network information.  Key components of the Community Resource Guide include: 1.1 Ward 11 Mutual Aid Networks 1.2 Mutual Aid Networks in Nearby Neighbourhoods

Speed Enforcement Cameras

Update: Cycle Toronto has indicated in their May 2nd newsletter “Ring & Post” that the ASE pilot was deemed “non-essential” in the wake of COVID-19, and was thereby “temporarily shelved.” We will provide updates as they become available MPP Jessica Bell has advised that Ministry of Transportation has finally developed new regulations allowing cities to use automated speed enforcement