COVID-19 has had more significant impacts on some Torontonians, including racialized residents, women, seniors, young people, Indigenous communities, residents with disabilities and low-income residents. The City of Toronto is taking action to support equity-deserving communities under its guiding framework, TO Supports: COVID-19 Equity Action Plan. These supports include:
This work is constantly evolving and improving in light of new information, new partnerships, and new public health conditions.
Access information about people experiencing homelessness who are entering and leaving the City of Toronto shelter system
Access information about how the City is creating mixed-income communities on public lands including new projects
Allows users to evaluate community well-being across Toronto’s neighbourhoods using a number of factors, such as crime, transportation and housing
An interactive tool where users that see which City services are in greatest demand according to area code
Provides users with access to information on major crime indicators, traffic, and shooting & firearm discharges based on information provided by the Toronto Police Service
Allows user to explore over 100+ indicators on how children and families are doing in Toronto includes child, family and indigenous outcomes