Statement on Mayor Tory's Resignation

At City Hall, a lot can happen in just a day – and last night was no different.

I want to thank Mayor Tory for his commitment to public service, for providing much-needed stability throughout the pandemic, and for entrusting me with key responsibilities at Council.

Mayor Tory's resignation means that now more than ever, all of our councillors need to work together to give our city and our people the strong, effective City Council they can depend on, and deserve.

As your councillor for Toronto Centre, that's what I'm going to do.

The mayor has always been one part of Toronto City Council, so this doesn’t change any of the work ahead of us. We have to deal with serious challenges in housing, public health and mental health, the cost of living crisis, the TTC, a state of repair for our infrastructure, and community safety.

That's why I'm here, and that's what I'm focused on improving — for the people of Toronto Centre, and for all Torontonians.


Yours in service,

Chris Moise
City Councillor
Ward 13 - Toronto Centre

Sharon Ma

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Over the past year, we have seen a rise in Rental Demolition & Replacement applications at the City of Toronto, and in particular in Toronto Centre. Hearing that an application has been submitted for your home to be demolished and replaced is extremely stressful.

The City of Toronto recognizes that protecting the existing rental housing stock is incredibly important to ensure renting is an attainable housing option for residents, especially seniors, students and families.

Unfortunately, the City cannot refuse a development application on the basis of hardship to existing tenants under Provincial law. While there are tenant protections under the Residential Tenancies Act, the City felt they were inadequate to deal with the magnitude of rental housing stock under threat in Toronto. As such, the City created protections in the City’s Official Plan under our Housing policies and as permitted within the confines of the City of Toronto Act (Section 111).

Join me on Monday, April 15 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the Wellesley Community Centre to learn more about our Rental Demolition & Replacement process from City Staff, how our policy has evolved over time, steps I've taken to address the gaps in the Tenant Assistance and Relocation Package secured by the City, what advocacy is being done at the provincial level by our MPP Wong-Tam, and what your rights are as a tenant.

Feel free to join us online! Click on the following link to join the event and ask questions:

Community Cleanups

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The City of Toronto’s annual spring cleanup of parks and public spaces returns Friday, April 19 to Monday, April 22 (Earth Day).

Since 2004, the City of Toronto has held city-wide spring cleanup weekends. This year marks the 19th year of Clean Toronto Together, the largest municipal cleanup event in Canada. 

On Saturday, April 20 you can join me and my team and  The Friends of Regent Park at the bake oven in Regent Park to clean the park, as we will be providing garbage bags and gloves for a community wide park clean up! 

(St. James Town Clean Green 2023)

If you are a concerned resident, member of the community or a community organization who is interested in helping clean your local park, ravine, sports field or trail, register your team at the Clean Toronto Together website. You can also contact our office to request and pick up clear garbage bags and nitrile gloves. Help your community sparkle this Earth Day!

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