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 https://www.toronto.ca/news/toronto-city-council-approves-mandatory-masks-or-face-coverings-in-apartments-and-condominiums/
TNO-The Neighbourhood Organization brings Summer Festival to you!
Join the fun virtually this year on Saturday, August 8th, 2020 and keep the tradition alive!
The free event will run from 12:30 – 3:15 pm and will feature the following live entertainment:
- Interactive Bollywood Dance Session
- Magic Show
- Laughter Yoga
- Cooking Demo
Register at Eventbrite
Send in your favourite Summer Festival pictures from past years and win prizes.
Winners will be declared during the live event!
There are several ways to submit maintenance requests.
Submit a Maintenance Request using the Leaside Towers Resident Portal. If this is your first time using the Portal, you will need to register using your email address.
Complete a maintenance request form available from the Management Office. If your request is urgent, such as a water leak, consult with the management office staff at 416-421-8109 between 8:00 and 4:00pm Monday through Friday.
Should you have an emergency after Management Office hours, please contact your Building Superintendent. Their working hours are 8:00am to 5:00pm and only emergency issues will be dealt with after these hours. Should you be unable to reach your Superintendent to report a major emergency e.g. Flood, Fire or Death, please call the Answering Service at (416) 207-8253. Give them your building number, apartment number and inform them of the issue.
It is important to remember to follow these rules to stop the spread of Covid-19:
You can find out more at https://www.toronto.ca/home/covid-19/.
The LTTA Steering Committee met via Zoom on June 9th. The minutes can be found here on the Meeting Minutes page.
The members of the Steering Committee are hoping that a regular tenants meeting can take place in September. If that cannot be done in person within social distancing limitations, the Committee will look into the possibility of a virtual gathering.
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!
Michael Garron Hospital (MGH), the East Family Practice Network (East FPN) and Health Access Thorncliffe Park (HATP) are reaching out to share the news of a temporary pop-up COVID-19 Testing Site opening in Thorncliffe Park.
Here is all the info as well as a poster to share with others.
WHO: Open to residents of Thorncliffe Park & Flemingdon Park who want to be tested or with Covid-19 symptoms.
WHERE: TNO Youth Centre – 45 Overlea Blvd. (Unit 108A)
Rear parking lot with NO ACCESS FROM INSIDE MALL
WHEN: Thursday June 11 – Thursday June 25
Open 7 days/week 12:00p – 7:00p
** additional dates may be added if required **
HOW: 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 CALL: (647) 477-164
Just in time for some summery weather this weekend!
The heating will be turned off on Wednesday May 20th and the AC will be turned on Saturday May 23rd.
Please make sure that your windows are closed and nothing is obstructing the vents. Ideally you should set your thermostat between 55 and 65 degrees and full power.
Should you experience any leaks from your AC, please contact security, superintendent and/or the Management Office immediately.
We wish you a safe and enjoyable summer!
The Government of Ontario has put together this listing to help Ontarians with mental health, wellness and addictions.
You can find it here.
The Neighbourhood Organization (TNO) has delivered 1500 cloth masks that were donated by the Michael Garron Hospital to be distributed for tenants in our buildings.
These are washable cloth masks and come with instructions for usage.
Due to health restrictions, they cannot be delivered door to door and are currently at the front desks in 85 and 95.
Please stop by to pick up a mask. They are available first come, first served.
Anyone who does not exercise patience, courtesy and social distancing will not receive masks and will be asked to leave.
Here’s where to get the latest info:
For resources, information and advice related to COVID-19 in Toronto, please visit: www.toronto.ca/covid19. Updates provided by the City’s Emergency Operations Centre will be televised daily, at 3:45PM, and you can stream the updates online, here.
For more information on the Government of Ontario’s response to COVID-19, please visit: www.ontario.ca/covid19.
For more information on the Government of Canada’s response to COVID-19, including travel advisories, national updates, and federal financial support, please visit: www.canada.ca/covid19.
Another good source of information is City Councilor Jaye Robinson who sends out a regular newsletter.
And last but not least, be sure to check out the Government of Canada Taking Care of Your Mental Health Fact sheet.