Adam Vaughan
Member of Parliament for Spadina—Fort York
Keeping You Updated on COVID-19
LAST UPDATED: Thursday, September 17 - 12:30 pm

As our country and our community navigate these difficult times, my Ottawa and Toronto offices will continue to provide information and necessary supports and services to residents. As a cautionary step to preserve the health of our constituents, staff, and neighbours, until further notice, my office will be handling all inquiries and intakes by telephone and/or email only. While my staff will remain on duty and we will continue to serve the Spadina-Fort York community, we will not be accepting walk-ins or scheduling in person meetings until further notice.

Please see below for the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic, including public health resources and government initiatives. 


PUBLIC HEALTH INFORMATION


PREVENTATIVE MEASURES:


SUPPORT FOR WORKERS


SAFE RESTART AGREEMENT

As we gradually restart the economy and take the initial steps to recover from the impacts of COVID-19, the Government of Canada continues to work with the provinces and territories to ensure Canadians stay safe and healthy, and have the support they need in these challenging times. The Safe Restart Agreement will help address the key priorities, agreed upon by Canada’s First Ministers, for the safe restart of Canada’s economy over the next six to eight months.


SUPPORT FOR BUSINESSES, NON-PROFITS, AND CHARITIES


SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS AND YOUTH


SUPPORT FOR SENIORS


SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES

Together, the proposed enhancements of the GSTC and CCB will give a single parent with two children and low to modest income, nearly $1,500 in additional short-term support.


TAX SUPPORT


SUPPORT FOR HOUSING


SUPPORT FOR SHELTERS, INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES, AND PEOPLE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS


SUPPORT FOR OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY


TRAVEL ADVISORIES AND THE UNITED STATES BORDER

Anyone returning to Canada from any country, including the United States, is legally required to proceed immediately home and self-isolate for 14 days. Violating any instructions provided to you when you entered Canada could lead to up to 6 months in prison and/or $750,000 in fines. If asymptomatic travellers cannot explain a credible quarantine plan, they will be required to quarantine in a hotel. 

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