Say hello to Summer! The AC will be turned on May 23rd

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!

 

Free Cloth Masks for Tenants

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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.

Keep up-to-date on Covid-19

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.

Community Sewing Face Masks Project

1000masks_v3The Neighbourhood Organization (TNO) is organizing an effort in Thorncliffe and Flemingdon Park to sew masks for Michael Garron Hospital on Coxwell Avenue as part of their #MGH1000Masks campaign.

If you, or any of your acquaintances, are interested in participating but need either a sewing machine, or need fabric, or need both, TNO may be able to help you out.

TNO’s phone number is 416-996-0818.

This initiative is also being supported by :

Thorncliffe Flemingdon Sustainable Sewing Group, Flemingdon Community Support Services, Cathy Richards Family Foundation, Tailor Project Impakt Foundation for Social Change, Green Neighbours Network, Learning Support Council. and many more.

 

 

Please Wear Face Coverings When You Go Out!

Important Health Message from:
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Thorncliffe and Flemingdon are high-density communities with high-rise buildings and lots of people close together. The chances of encountering other people is much higher even within our own apartments.

Face mask from InstructablesSo in addition to all standard measures of protecting yourself (washing hands, social distancing, cleaning commonly used surfaces in your home and building, etc.), we are encouraging all persons to wear a cloth mask or any other fabric to cover their mouth and nose (for example: scarves, niqabs, sweaters, turtlenecks, etc.).

 

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March 2020 Activities

Here are the activities that we have planned for the month.  Be sure to check the Events page for more details and updates.

Fitness

  • Fit for Life (paid class), Mondays & Fridays, 10 am – Last session Friday March 27th
  • Shibashi Tai Chi , Wednesdays, 10am

persepolisOther Activities

  • Library Open 9am to 9pm daily *
  • LTTA Tenants Meeting CANCELLED
  • Classic Film – The Big Lebowski TBD
  • Adult Movie Night – TBA March 24th at 7pm
  • Book ClubPersepolis, March 30th at 7:30pm

For more info, please contact Pat Wright at 647-352-5304!

*Please note that there is tutoring and ESL in the evenings in the Library