I hope this update finds you healthy and in good spirits.
I am grateful for everyone I see reaching out and supporting people in our communities right now. Torontonians are pulling together in the face of enormous uncertainty. I am so grateful for our health care workers and every worker on the frontlines of this crisis. Thank you.
To help support our neighbours, my office has been in touch with local organizations to keep you informed about changes to any programs and services.
Here are consolidated updates from some community organizations in our community:
- The 519
- Sound Times
- Neighbourhood Legal Services
- The St. James Town Community Corner
- Yonge Street Mission
- Central Neighbourhood House
- Native Women's Resource Centre
- Street Health
- Neighbourhood Information Post
- Anishnawbe Health Toronto
- Dixon Hall
You can continue to access public health information that I have consolidated at my website at www.suzemorrison.ca/COVID19
COVID-19 is causing constituents significant additional stress in the middle of the housing crisis. The Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing has introduced a moratorium on evictions. My staff have compiled additional details about this announcement that are being updated as we receive them. You can find these on my website at www.suzemorrison.ca/evictionsuspension.
We will continue providing you with relevant updates as they become available. Remember that you can always reach out to my office by phone at 416-972-7683 or by email at [email protected]