Government of Ontario

Suze Morrison

MPP, Toronto Centre

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COVID-19 Information


As your Member of Provincial Parliament, my caucus colleagues and I have been working to ensure that the provincial government is communicating with Ontarians about emergency preparedness planning related to COVID-19. Specifically, we have been asking about contingency plans for public services, hospitals, workers and businesses. 


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People are stepping up to honour physical distancing. People like you deserve economic security through this crisis.

I support MPP Andrea Horwath's proposals for $2000 in emergency income for everyone who has lost work or hours due to this pandemic, and for tenants who have lost income to receive an 80% rent-subsidy up to $2,500.


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My Office has also put together these pages about some of the concerns we hear most:


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You can read my most recent community newsletters here:


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You deserve the best up-to-date public health information about COVID-19. Updates are available daily on the following websites:


  • Information from Toronto Public Health on local cases, how to protect yourself and where to seek further medical support.
  • Information from Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Long Term Care — find out how to protect yourself, what to do if you’re sick and how to recognize possible symptoms. Updated twice daily, in 30 languages.
  • Information from the Government of Ontario and the Public Health Agency of Canada — updates on the national response, travel advice and preparedness.
  • Important travel advisories and restrictions related to COVID-19, from the Government of Canada.
  • Telehealth Ontario: For medical advice, you may contact Telehealth Ontario, a free, confidential service — telephone: 1-866-797-0000

Toronto Public Health Hotline: Telephone: 416-338-7600 [Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. (closed on statutory holidays). Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Translation is available in many languages.] Email: 

How to Self Isolate Guide

Take Care Of Your Mental Health Guides

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The latest on the issues

May 26, 2020

May 26 Newsletter: I'm worried about the numbers

Dear friends, Our communities in Toronto Centre live in the most densely populated riding in all of Canada. You have done so much to be vigilant — you are taking as many precautions to prevent the... More
May 19, 2020

May 19 Newsletter: Information about Re-Opening

  Late last week, the first stage of eased restrictions in our community was announced. I wanted to share some of these important details with you so you can know what to expect in the coming days.... More
May 14, 2020

May 14 Newsletter: Save Mainstreet Businesses

Dear friends,   Small businesses in our neighbourhood are struggling right now and the current government supports are failing them.   This morning I joined our City Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam and... More