Covid-19

COVID-19: Provincewide Emergency and Stay-at-Home Order In Effect April 8

By Covid-19, Events, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

April 7, 2021

Today, the Government of Ontario announced a provincewide Stay-at-Home Order effective Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. The Stay-at-Home Order requires all Ontario residents to remain at home except for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated) or for work that cannot be done remotely. Read More

COVID Update – April 7th, 2021

By Covid-19, Issues, Ward 1

Stay-at-Home Order

Effective Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 12:01 a.m., the government is issuing a province-wide Stay-at-Home order requiring everyone to remain at home except for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated), for outdoor exercise, or for work that cannot be done remotely.

 

Retail

In addition, the province is also strengthening public health and workplace safety measures for non-essential retail under the provincewide emergency brake. Measures include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Limiting the majority of non-essential retailers to only operate for curbside pick-up and delivery, via appointment, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m., with delivery of goods to patrons permitted between 6:00 am and 9:00 pm, and other restrictions;
  • Restricting access to shopping malls to limited specified purposes, including access for curbside pick-up and delivery, via appointment, with one single designated location inside the shopping mall, and any number of designated locations outside the shopping mall, along with other restrictions;
  • Restricting discount and big box stores in-person retail sales to grocery items, pet care supplies, household cleaning supplies, pharmaceutical items, health care items, and personal care items only;
  • Permitting the following stores to operate for in-person retail by appointment only and subject to a 25 per cent capacity limit and restricting allowable hours of operation to between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. with the delivery of goods to patrons permitted between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m.:
  • Safety supply stores;
  • Businesses that primarily sell, rent or repair assistive devices, aids or supplies, mobility devices, aids or supplies or medical devices, aids or supplies;
  • Rental and leasing services including automobile, commercial and light industrial machinery and equipment rental;
  • Optical stores that sell prescription eyewear to the public;
  • Businesses that sell motor vehicles, boats and other watercraft;
  • Vehicle and equipment repair and essential maintenance and vehicle and equipment rental services; and
  • Retail stores operated by a telecommunications provider or service, which may only permit members of the public to enter the premises to purchase a cellphone or for repairs or technical support.
  • Permitting outdoor garden centres and plant nurseries, and indoor greenhouses that engage in sales to the public, to operate with a 25 per cent capacity limit and a restriction on hours of operation to between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Peel residents 60 and over will be able to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments beginning April 2

By Covid-19, Events, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

April 1, 2021

As of Friday, April 2 at 8:00 a.m., all vaccine clinics in Peel Region will be accepting bookings for individuals 60 years or older to schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments.

As of that time, all vaccine clinics in Peel region will be taking bookings for the following groups who wish to receive the COVID-19 vaccine: Read More

City of Mississauga Update on new Government of Ontario Emergency Break Announcement

By Covid-19, Events, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

April 1, 2021

Today, the Government of Ontario announced an emergency brake effective Saturday, April 3 at 12:01 a.m. resulting in a provincewide shutdown in all 34 public heath regions, including the City of Mississauga due to the third-wave of COVID-19 and variants.  The following changes will remain in effect for the next 28 days: Read More

Peel residents 65 and over can now book COVID-19 vaccine appointments at select vaccine clinics

By Covid-19, Events, Issues, Resources, Ward 1

March 31, 2021

Starting immediately, Peel residents 65 years and older can book COVID-19 vaccine appointments at select vaccine clinics in the region.

Clinics located at William Osler’s Chinguacousy Wellness Centre and Brampton Civic Hospital, and Trillium Health Partners’ Mississauga Hospital and University of Toronto, Mississauga (UTM) sites are taking bookings today. Appointments will be available as soon as next week. Read More