GTHA mayors give province until end of week to issue Halloween protocols
GTHA mayors want guidance from the province on how to handle Halloween.
The mayors and chairs of the 11 largest municipal governments in the region want a clear public health message on trick or treating released by the end of the week.
While acknowledging it's a local public health decision, the country's top doctor Theresa Tam yesterday told reporters it is possible to let the kids go out safely providing health protocols such as social distancing are followed.
Yesterday Ontario's chief medical officer of health said specific guidelines would be issued soon for the three hardest hit regions, Toronto, Peel and Ottawa.
This week, Chrissy Sadowski speaks with Trevor Harris about being in the same family bubble but making different choices for kids, beyond school.
Imagine how horrible it is in normal times to not have a home or know where your next meal is coming from or whether you can buy clothes for your kids. Now imagine what it will be like this winter for our most vulnerable populations. This week on Life Unscripted Janice Arnoldi talks to Nancy Garner, Executive Director of Quest Community Health Centre about the dire situation winter will bring.