“People were peacefully defending tents and their bodies were used to actually destroy those tents.”
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Six weeks ago, Teresa Amoroso’s partner suffered a stroke. Even after he was moved out of the ICU, he’s only allowed one of two designated visitors per day for just an hour.
“We need these clinics, these vaccine pop-ups, to do their serve their intended purpose,” Coun. Mike Layton said.
While the disturbances was one sour note for an otherwise peaceful long-weekend, mounds of garbage and litter left behind at Toronto parks and beaches was another low point.
Dozens of Royal Orchard homes sport signs in protest of the proposed Yonge North subway extension route. Residents will soon be carrying signs in a physically distanced protest.
Ryerson University declined an interview with Global News, but said it is committed to “the core principles of academic freedom and freedom of thought and expression.”
While the TTC makes efforts to control congestion, bus riders are urged to stagger their work schedules to allow for better distancing and reduced risk of COVID-19 exposure.
“I know people are angry and upset … but we have to build housing for folks in this city. We have to make it work,” Coun. Brad Bradford told Global News.
Peel Region Public Health is in damage control mode after backlash erupted online over a policy regarding the self-isolation of asymptomatic students after a cohort was sent home.
The former Dominion Wheels and Foundries Company buildings sit on lands owned by the Ontario government and a minister’s zoning order was issued in the fall to redevelop the site.
The launch of the city’s budget process came with a warning from City Budget Chief that this will be among the hardest financial years in Toronto’s history.
As of Monday night, cabinet deliberations were still underway and a final list of restrictions wasn’t settled upon.
Looking back on an unconventional year, Tory said he never stops reflecting on how odd it has been.
“They’re hurting and it’s the complete opposite of what we need right now.”
The current ban on in-store shopping for all but essential businesses and the lack of clarity surrounding the orders are making for a less-than-festive season for locals.