Get Emergency Ready

Emergencies are a fact of life. They occur in communities and cities around the world, and they have the potential to put your health, safety and security at risk. There are simple steps you can take to help protect yourself and your loved ones during an emergency. The emergency preparedness guide is designed to help […]

Challenging Some Myths of Construction

Recently, many people who travelled the Gardiner Expressway were frustrated when they saw no construction work taking place on the road, yet one lane of traffic was shut down. Some people contacted the City, asking why a lane was closed when no work was taking place there. In fact, work was taking place at the […]

Get an A+ in health. Report your child’s school immunizations

School-Aged Children Ontario’s Immunization of School Pupils Act (ISPA) requires parents of children attending elementary and secondary school provide their local health unit with proof of their child’s immunization against the following designate diseases: measles mumps rubella diphtheria tetanus polio meningococcal disease whooping cough (pertussis) chickenpox (only applies to kids born on or after 2010) […]

Residents’ ideas for a low-carbon Toronto captured in TransformTO community engagement report

Residents’ ideas for a low-carbon Toronto captured in TransformTO community engagement report More than 2,000 residents have shared their ideas to reduce Toronto’s greenhouse gas emissions and create a low-carbon city through TransformTO: Climate Action for a Healthy, Equitable and Prosperous Toronto, a City initiative in partnership with the Toronto Atmospheric Fund. Areas for action […]