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September 8, 2020 – E-Newsletter – 2020年9月8日 ― 电子通讯

September 8, 2020 – E-Newsletter

 COVID-19 cases reported in Toronto

  • 16,419 total cases
  • 58 new cases since yesterday
  • 24 hospitalized
  • 1,176 deaths
  • 14,758 recovered

Full details from Toronto Public Health.

Slow Down! Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) cameras issue more than 22,000 tickets during first month of operation

With the new school year commencing today, I would like to remind everyone to drive to and from school safely and within posted speed limits. The City’s 50 ASE cameras are now fully operational throughout Toronto and will catch offenders who do not obey posted speed limits.

The Automated Speed Enforcement program aims to increase road safety, reduce speeding and raise public awareness about the need to slow down and obey posted speed limits. 50 cameras are installed city-wide on local, collector and arterial roads in Community Safety Zones near schools. Each ward has two ASE cameras. Between July 6 and August 5, one month following the start of issuing tickets, the speed cameras issued a total of 22,301 tickets.

More information about the program and a map of all locations is available by clicking here.

GO Expansion Program – Transit Project Assessment Process (Stouffville Line)

Metrolinx is committed to improving the GO Rail Network to bring 15-minute, two-way electrified service to core parts of the rail network through the GO Expansion Program. One project going through the current Transit Project Assessment Process (TPAP) is the Stouffville Line’s various grade separation projects, including (in Ward 22):

  • Road-rail grade separations at Passmore Avenue, McNicoll Avenue, Huntingwood Drive and Progress Avenue in the City of Toronto; and
  • Road closure with a grade-separated multi-use crossing at Havendale Road in the City of Toronto.

For more information, please click here.

Bereaved Families of Ontario – Toronto – Annual Butterfly Release

Each year, the Bereaved Families of Ontario – Toronto hosts the Annual Butterfly Release to offer residents an opportunity to release a butterfly in memory of their loved ones. This year, participants will have the choice of attending in person and releasing the butterfly themselves, or joining virtually and having us release it on their behalf.

Butterflies can be ordered online at the BFO – Toronto website or by phoning BFO Toronto at 416 440 0290 ext. 102.


202098 ― 电子通讯


  • 16,419宗累计确诊病例
  • 58宗当日新增病例
  • 住院患者24人
  • 累计死亡1,176人
  • 累计康复14,758人








  • 在本市Passmore大道、McNicoll大道、Huntingwood 路和Progress 大道的公路―铁路立体化项目;
  • 以及在本市Havendale路上立体多用途交叉口封路项目。




所需蝴蝶可在安省丧亲家庭联会(多伦多)网站订购,亦可致电416 440 0290 x 102与之联系。