City of Toronto – Rent Bank Update

City of Toronto – Rent Bank Update: The City of Toronto has made recent program enhancements to the Toronto Rent Bank in response to COVID-19. As we all know, the COVID-19 pandemic has had an economic impact on the livelihoods of Toronto residents. Many are facing financial hardship, including the inability to pay rent. The […]

Provincial Updates: Reopening the Economy

The Ontario Government is extending all emergency orders until at least May 19, after the Victoria Day long weekend, in order to continue to slow the spread of COVID-19. As we continue our fight against COVID-19, more businesses will be permitted to reopen on a gradual basis, but the province reiterates they must adhere to […]

Property Tax & Utility Bills: Revised Due Dates

Early in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor John Tory’s Economic Support and Recovery Task Force announced tax relief measures, including a 60-day grace period for property tax and utility bills, retroactive to March 16.* This 60-day grace period ends on May 15. There are important changes to instalment amounts and due dates for […]

The City’s ActiveTO Plan & CurbTO Program

ActiveTO Plan: Mayor John Tory has announced the launch of the ActiveTO plan, which is being developed by Toronto Public Health and Transportation Services to provide more space for pedestrians, cyclists and transit riders alike. This will allow for better and safer physical distancing as part of the city’s restart and recovery plan. While the […]

Allotment Garden Update

  Allotment gardens will begin to open during the week of May 11. This applies to the plots at 20 Four Winds Drive.   City staff have reached out to permit holders and community groups to confirm that gardens will open and will continue to connect with them to provide confirmation of when their garden […]