Mayor @JohnTory proclaims May Building Safety Month in Toronto. News release:…
This month, the #cityofTO will participate in its 40th annual Building Safety Month, highlighting the importance of the Ontario Building Code & the City's role in upholding standards that make our buildings among the safest, healthiest, most accessible & sustainable in the world.
This year’s theme, “Build Safe”, focuses on what residents need to know about building permits and how obtaining them helps to ensure that they build safely.
Each year, the City issues more than 45,000 building permits, completes 165,000 building inspections, and conducts more than 2,800 annual investigations in response to complaints about construction.

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3 May
As of 8 a.m. this morning, people age 18 or older living in any of the 53 Province of Ontario hot spot postal codes were able to book vaccination appointments at City-operated immunization clinics using the provincial vaccination booking system.
Between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m., more than 40,000 people successfully booked first and second dose vaccine appointments at a City-operated clinic. Of the more than 80,000 appointments this week at City-run clinics, as of 1 p.m., there were approx 3,900 available appointments remaining.
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3 May
#TeamToronto vaccination Sprint Strategy getting results in 13 high priority postal codes, adding four more areas. News release:…
Following a successful first two weeks rolling out the Toronto Sprint Strategy, the #CityofTO and #TeamToronto vaccination partners continue to prioritize postal code areas with high rates of #COVID19 for mobile and pop-up clinic vaccinations
The Sprint Strategy targeted 13 postal code areas last week and tripled the number of per-week doses available to the prioritized communities. Over the course of the week, vaccine coverage of adults age 18 and older in the 13 areas moved from approximately 12% to more than 35%.
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1 May
#CityofTO and #TeamToronto partners reporting 40 per cent of eligible Torontonians now vaccinated. News release:…
Today, Mayor @JohnTory announced the #CityofTO and vaccination partners have now administered at least a first dose of vaccine to 40 per cent of eligible Torontonians.
#TeamToronto was able to reach this preliminary goal thanks to a vaccination network that includes the City, @TOPublicHealth, hospitals, pharmacies, Ontario Health Teams, Local Health Integration Networks, community clinics, primary care physicians and community groups.
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30 Apr
City of Toronto update on #COVID19. News release:… Image of news release.Image with media contact in...
There are 1,269 new cases of COVID-19 in Toronto today.
New groups became eligible for vaccination at City-operated clinics this week. Those age 55 to 59 were able to book appointments at City-run immunization clinics as of this morning and childcare workers in licensed childcare settings as of yesterday.
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30 Apr
The #CityofTO and its community partners continue to support the vaccination of residents without OHIP cards

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The City of Toronto announced today that it is partnering with FCJ Refugee Centre and Access Alliance to help people without an Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) card get the COVID-19 vaccine in #Toronto.
The City is committed to ensuring equitable access to #COVID19 vaccines for everyone. The Province of Ontario has clearly stated that if you do not have an Ontario health card at all, you are still eligible for the vaccine.
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30 Apr
City of Toronto kicks off Youth Week in Toronto this weekend
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On Saturday, May 1, the #CityofTO will proclaim May 1-7 Youth Week in Toronto – a week to celebrate youth engagement and showcase the abilities and talents of youth. This year, all events will take place virtually.
#Toronto is home to more than 623,000 youth who are a vital part of the city’s social, cultural and economic fabric. The contributions of young people help make Toronto the vibrant, world-class city that it is today.
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