Landlords and Condo Boards are urged to adopt new health and safety measures to protect residents from COVID-19. Building operators and staff should follow these guidelines to protect residents in vertical communities:
The City of Toronto is urging drivers to slow down, stay alert and obey the rules of the road to save lives, keep streets safe and accessible, prevent traffic-related collisions and reduce the strain on the city’s healthcare system during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From: AVCA Agincourt Village Community Association [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: April-07-20 7:49 AM To: AVCA Subject: AVCA Checking In
Covid-19 has presented many challenges for each of us however as a community, province and country we will overcome. Physical/Social distancing may be difficult but it is essential for the benefit of all in our community. Congratulations to our residents who restrict trips out of the home, wash hands frequently and keep 2 metres apart when walking in our neighbourhood.
TORONTO – Today, Jim Karygiannis, Councillor for Ward 22, Scarborough-Agincourt, witnessed the community of the Foody Mart Warden as 1,000 large grocery bags were delivered to the Agincourt Community Services Association (ACSA) food bank.