Peel Police have stopped the SRO program to consult the community’s opinions, with a report to be published later this year.
Brampton will be entering Stage 3 tomorrow, joining the rest of Ontario in the province’s reopening framework. Concerns from the OMA and residents have been raised about Brampton’s readiness for Stage 3.
$133 million investment for Brampton Transit includes $45.3 million from the federal government, $37.8 million from the provincial government and $30.2 from the City of Brampton.
“I support Peel Region moving into Stage 3 sooner rather than later”, Dr. Loh said.
Brampton has mandated the cancellation of all event and festival permits until Labour Day.
In summary: wash hands, keep your physical distancing, wear a mask where it is mandatory or where physical distancing is not possible.
Peel Region, York Region and Toronto will not be entering Stage 3 of reopening across Ontario this Friday (July 17/2020). Premier Doug Ford shared that 29 of the 34 regions in Ontario are reporting less than 5 new COVID-19 cases daily. Peel Region reported 18 new cases yesterday.
Crombie: “difficult conversations about cost-saving service reductions are taking place at council meetings across the province”
Peel and Toronto will be entering Stage 2 of Ontario’s action plan to reopen and restart the province. Premier Doug Ford announced plans to reopen Peel and Toronto, loosen social gathering restrictions, while maintaining a cautious approach to public health safety. “As of June 24th at 12:01am, the city of Toronto and the Peel Region […]
The pandemic is an opportunity to get to know our neighbours. More and more residents are going online, joining Facebook and Whatsapp groups, participating in live tele-townhalls, checking on each other and volunteering to help however they can.