This year, WoodGreen Seniors’ Active Living Centres are offering free membership. If you are interested in joining or renewing, and have not filled it out yet, please fill out the online
Membership Registration/Renewal Form.
In December they are offering activities such as Meditation, Painting, Spanish, Arts and Crafts and various exercise classes. Please check out
Do you or someone you live with have
COVID-19 & need a safe space to self-isolate?
Toronto’s Voluntary Isolation Centre offers free, secure & comfortable accommodations for individuals who are eligible. Call the COVID-19 Hotline at 416-338-7600 for more information.
A public health information presentation called
‘A Call to Action’ is now available.
This presentation led by Flemingdon Health Centre (FHC) includes links to locally-produced COVID-19 safety videos in multiple languages.
have symptoms of COVID-19 or, think you may be infected (even without symptoms),
Please get tested at the COVID-19 testing site in East Toronto that is closest to where you live.
Click below to access posters for each site (available in 11 languages): Angela James Arena – Dennis R Timbrell Resource Centre – TNO Youth Centre – Warden Woods CC – 4 The Market Place – East York CC – South Riverdale CHC
Health Access Thorncliffe Park are offering virtual wellness programs for the Thorncliffe Park community. Check out the flyer below.
To register, please visit
https://forms.gle/QmBmbWyKKQk3 rPqJ6 **Zoom link will be shared to registered participants.
Better Living is providing FREE Virtual Exercise and Falls Prevention programs for Seniors (65+).
Classes include Falls Prevention, Gentle Yoga and Fitness, Pilates, Bone Fitness, and many more. Please see
flyer for detailed schedule or download it below.
HOW DO I REGISTER? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive our registration link. Once our Active Living Team receives your registration consent, we will send you the password to access our virtual programs.
If you have any questions, please reach us at:
email@example.com OR call 416-447-7244 ext 731
The temporary COVID-19 testing centre in Thorncliffe Park has been reopened
as of September 29th. Any residents of Thorncliffe Park, Flemingdon Park and the GTA can access this site for testing.
Here is all the info as well as a poster to share with others.
Are you showing symptoms of Covid-19? Have you been exposed to a confirmed case within 10 days? Do you live or work somewhere with a Covid-19 outbreak?
For more info on symptoms, please read the latest guidelines below.
TNO Youth Centre – 45 Overlea Blvd. (Unit 108A)
Rear parking lot with NO ACCESS FROM INSIDE MALL
Tuesday September 29 – Saturday October 17
Open 7 days/week 12:00p – 7:00p ** additional dates may be added if required **
Appointment slots available in advance to reduce your wait time. Walk-in visits welcome. OHIP not needed (preferred). PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A FREE TEST.
FOR APPOINTMENT OR TEST RESULTS CALL: (647) 477-1640
Better Living Health and Community Services are offering virtual programs. Classes include Chair Yoga, Gentle Fitness, Core and Flexibility etc. Please see poster below for more details.
Residents will need to email:
firstname.lastname@example.org to register and get the password.
The LTTA Steering Committee met on September 1st. The minutes can be found
here on the Meeting Minutes page.
The Committee agreed that the next tenants meeting will be planned as a Zoom meeting for all those who can participate. The TNO has kindly offered to host that meeting on our behalf.
That meeting will be delayed until October, with notice to the tenants by poster and/or email. Stay tuned to the website for more details.
A reminder that questions and suggestions from our fellow tenants are very welcome and can be sent through our
contact us page.
Stay safe and stay healthy! We look forward to seeing you again soon!
Toronto City Council has voted in favour of a temporary bylaw requiring masks or face coverings in common areas in apartments and condominiums to protect the health and safety of our communities by reducing the spread of COVID-19.
The bylaw comes into effect on
Wednesday, August 5.
Find out more at