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You are always welcome to contact me at 416-392-7906 or by email at City Must Act to Protect Toronto Tenants from Extreme Heat Since 2012, I have been strongly advocating for the City of Toronto to protect tenants from extreme heat.
Despite motions that I moved in 2012, 2013, 2014 and, 2017, no substantive action has been implemented by the Medical Officer of Health or the Municipal Licensing, and Standards Division.
Further, the City's planners are left to twist themselves into knots to make the 1-stop subway work with a proposed, and also unfunded, 6-stop extension from UTSC to Malvern that will waste hundreds of millions of dollars to provide just as long of a commute to Kennedy station as they currently have.
If we chose to put people over politics, and move forward with the planned 7-stop LRT to Sheppard Ave, serving Scarborough Town Centre and Centennial College, the City would be able to afford to build the 17-stop Crosstown extension and be in a better position to provide rapid transit that will have a positive impact on the lives of Malvern residents.
I deeply appreciate the ongoing support of Council for the work we’re doing together on implementing a Seniors Strategy that will create a caring, respectful, inclusive, accessible and age-friendly Toronto.
Home Dialysis Water Rebate Program Toronto residents undertaking dialysis treatment at home utilize a considerable amount of water which substantially impacts the total amount of their average utility bill.
The continued trend of traffic related deaths is unacceptable, and a real transformative shift is needed to truly achieve Vision Zero.
Last Council meeting, my motion was approved to help implement the integral components to Vision Zero.
No solutions were presented to Tenant Issues Committee earlier this year and the report to Licensing and Standards Committee last month pushes back substantial action till the end of 2019. In fact, just last month, I moved a motion to grant the City's Medical Officer of Health the authority to request landlords to establish Heat Alert Days on which landlords can be requested to turn off heat and, if applicable, turn on air conditioning.
Despite this current heat wave, the Medical Officer of Health has not acted.
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