Thank you Salute/Parade to the front line workers at “Scarborough Grace Hospital” SHN – Birchmount Campus
The City of Toronto will continue yard waste collection for another two weeks from April 20 to May 1 to accommodate residents. The start of seasonal yard waste collection was suspended in March as part of the City’s COVID-19 response to ensure adequate staffing levels to continue the core collection of garbage, blue bin (recycling) and green bin (organics).
Please refer to the attached Community Recreation letter concerning our response to COVID-19 related to permits between March 14 – June 28 2020.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
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:
We will be hosting a Salute to our Frontline workers at the Scarborough
Grace Hospital this Friday at 3:00 pm.
You are invited to participate.
Make thank you signs and drive by the hospital details see map below
Fire, Ambulance and Police cruisers will be on hand also.
Beginning this week, street sweepers are busy cleaning up dirt and debris from Toronto’s streets to help keep roadways clean and safe.
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
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.
Are parks closed?
No. Parks remain open on the advice of Toronto Public Health. Residents are reminded to engage in safe physical distancing of at least two metres apart from each other while in a park.