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TitleDate of News Release
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoJanuary 15, 2018
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 12, 2018
City takes steps to prepare for upcoming extreme cold weatherJanuary 12, 2018
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoJanuary 8, 2018
Update on City of Toronto homelessness servicesJanuary 7, 2018
Respite at Moss Park Armoury and other locations to open this evening in response to unprecedented demand and continuing extreme weather conditions January 6, 2018
Update on City of Toronto's shelter and respite servicesJanuary 5, 2018
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesDecember 25, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoDecember 17, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesDecember 16, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoDecember 15, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesDecember 12, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoNovember 10, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesNovember 9, 2017
Toronto opens permanent supervised injection servicesNovember 8, 2017
Toronto Public Health's free flu vaccine clinics begin todayOctober 27, 2017
Toronto Public Health's free flu vaccination clinics start tomorrowOctober 26, 2017
Extended Heat Warning terminated for TorontoSeptember 27, 2017
Extended Heat Warning issued for Toronto September 25, 2017
Heat Warning issued for TorontoSeptember 23, 2017
CondomTO contest's winning condom wrapper designs now available in locations across TorontoSeptember 13, 2017
City of Toronto to unveil new school safety zones on first day of schoolSeptember 1, 2017
Toronto sees increase in locally-acquired human cases of Lyme diseaseAugust 25, 2017
Toronto reports first human case of West Nile virus in 2017August 25, 2017
Toronto Public Health investigating a confirmed case of measles August 25, 2017
Toronto moves to open an interim supervised injection service August 14, 2017
Toronto Public Health confirms case of hepatitis A at local restaurantAugust 14, 2017
Technical briefing on next steps for Toronto's Overdose Action PlanAugust 3, 2017
Panellists share views on merits of Toronto's new RAC zoning bylaw for benefit of apartment tower neighbourhoodsJuly 19, 2017
Toronto Public Health confirms this year's first positive mosquito test for West Nile VirusJuly 6, 2017
Toronto Public Health confirms case of hepatitis A at local restaurantJune 29, 2017
Heat Warning terminated for TorontoJune 18, 2017
Heat Warning issued for TorontoJune 17, 2017
Heat Warning terminated for TorontoJune 13, 2017
Toronto Board of Health announces 2017 Public Health Champion Award winnersJune 12, 2017
Heat Warning issued for TorontoJune 11, 2017
Toronto Public Health provides Lyme disease prevention tips May 18, 2017
Toronto Public Health to host media event on blacklegged ticks and Lyme diseaseMay 17, 2017
Toronto Public Health recognizes new Ontario Children and Youth Pharmacare planApril 28, 2017
Toronto Public Health investigating three confirmed cases of measles March 30, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoMarch 22, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesMarch 21, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoMarch 16, 2017
City of Toronto extends cold weather drop-in services to April 15March 14, 2017
Toronto Public Health proposes Overdose Action Plan March 13, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesMarch 10, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoMarch 5, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesMarch 3, 2017
2017 Public Health Champion Awards nominations process now openMarch 2, 2017
Toronto Public Health investigates mumps outbreakFebruary 22, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoFebruary 10, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesFebruary 8, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoFebruary 4, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesFebruary 2, 2017
Dr. Eileen de Villa appointed Toronto's new Medical Officer of Health January 31, 2017
Toronto Public Health launches program to track all homeless deaths in Toronto January 10, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoJanuary 9, 2017
Toronto Public Health to host media event to launch initiative to better understand homeless deaths in TorontoJanuary 9, 2017
Toronto Public Health holds first meeting of Overdose Early Warning and Alert PartnershipJanuary 9, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 5, 2017
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoDecember 20, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesDecember 18, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoDecember 17, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesDecember 14, 2016
Toronto Public Health shares tips on preparing for cold weather seasonDecember 1, 2016
Toronto moves forward to operate supervised injection services November 30, 2016
Toronto Public Health announces winners of student culinary challenge November 17, 2016
Toronto Public Health announces the winners of 2016 condomTO design contestNovember 15, 2016
Toronto Public Health to honour winners of 2017 condomTO design contestNovember 14, 2016
Toronto Public Health launches free flu vaccine clinics October 27, 2016
Toronto Public Health's free flu vaccination clinics begin tomorrowOctober 26, 2016
Torontonians invited to help Toronto Public Health design a new condom wrapper for condomTO 2017September 20, 2016
Extended Heat Warning terminated for TorontoSeptember 9, 2016
Heat Warning declared for TorontoSeptember 6, 2016
Suicide Prevention Week recognized in TorontoSeptember 6, 2016
Toronto reports first human case of West Nile virus in 2016 September 1, 2016
City of Toronto recognizes International Overdose Awareness DayAugust 31, 2016
City of Toronto to recognize Overdose Awareness DayAugust 30, 2016
Mayor Tory and Deputy Mayor McConnell to make an announcement about the Poverty Reduction Strategy August 28, 2016
New Toronto-branded condoms now available August 26, 2016
Toronto Public Health's new City-branded condoms to be revealed tomorrow August 25, 2016
Extended Heat Warning terminated for TorontoAugust 14, 2016
News Release - City of Toronto extends hours at seven pools to help residents cool off August 12, 2016
Heat Warning continues in Toronto, cooling centres openAugust 10, 2016
Heat Warning declared for TorontoAugust 9, 2016
Heat Warning terminated for TorontoAugust 6, 2016
Heat Warning declared for TorontoAugust 4, 2016
Toronto Public Health confirms this year's first positive mosquito pools for West Nile Virus August 3, 2016
Extended Heat Warning terminated for TorontoJuly 25, 2016
Voting places open today for the Ward 2 councillor by-election and two school board by-electionsJuly 25, 2016
Heat Warning upgraded to Extended Heat Warning in Toronto, cooling centres openJuly 23, 2016
City of Toronto extends hours at seven pools to help residents cool off during Extended Heat WarningJuly 23, 2016
Toronto Public Health launches Grab Some Good mobile food market at Toronto General Hospital July 22, 2016
Heat Warning declared for TorontoJuly 21, 2016
Toronto Public Health to launch mobile food market at Toronto General Hospital on FridayJuly 21, 2016
Extended Heat Warning terminated for TorontoJuly 15, 2016
Heat Warning upgraded to Extended Heat Warning in Toronto, cooling centres openJuly 14, 2016
Heat Warning declared for TorontoJuly 12, 2016
Extended Heat Warning terminated for TorontoJuly 8, 2016
Heat Warning upgraded to Extended Heat Warning in Toronto, cooling centres openJuly 7, 2016
Heat Warning declared for TorontoJuly 5, 2016
Toronto Board of Health announces recipients of 2016 Public Health Champion AwardsJuly 4, 2016
Heat Warning terminated for TorontoJune 21, 2016
Heat Warning upgraded to Extended Heat Warning in Toronto, cooling centres openJune 20, 2016
Cooling centres open in Toronto until 7 p.m. to help residents keep cool during today's hot weatherJune 20, 2016
Heat Warning declared for TorontoJune 19, 2016
Eight of Toronto's beaches meet the highest criteria for excellenceJune 3, 2016
Toronto Public Health launches TTC pop-up food marketsMay 26, 2016
Toronto Public Health to launch pop-up food marketsMay 25, 2016
Public health approach recommended on the legalization and regulation of non-medical cannabisMay 18, 2016
Lyme disease prevention in Toronto May 10, 2016
Toronto Public Health media event on blacklegged tick surveillance and prevention of Lyme disease May 9, 2016
Toronto's Board of Health applauds provincial government's expansion of HPV vaccination programApril 22, 2016
Dr. David McKeown announces his intention to retire in July April 15, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoApril 5, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesApril 4, 2016
Technical briefing and media event on expanding harm-reduction services in TorontoMarch 14, 2016
Supervised injection services for TorontoMarch 14, 2016
Nominations open for 2016 Public Health Champion AwardsMarch 4, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoMarch 3, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesMarch 2, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoFebruary 26, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesFebruary 25, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoFebruary 18, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesFebruary 17, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoFebruary 15, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesFebruary 11, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for Toronto January 19, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 17, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoJanuary 5, 2016
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 3, 2016
City of Toronto marks 10th anniversary of its drug strategy to address the harms of substance useNovember 9, 2015
City of Toronto to mark 10th anniversary of drug strategy addressing the harms of substance useNovember 6, 2015
Be a flu fighter: Toronto Public Health launches free flu vaccine clinicsOctober 28, 2015
Extreme Heat Alert terminated for TorontoSeptember 9, 2015
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert in Toronto, cooling centres openSeptember 7, 2015
Heat Alert declared for TorontoSeptember 5, 2015
Toronto reports this year's first human case of West Nile VirusAugust 21, 2015
Heat Alert terminated for TorontoAugust 18, 2015
Heat Alert declared for TorontoAugust 16, 2015
Extreme Heat Alert terminated for TorontoJuly 31, 2015
City of Toronto extends hours at eight pools to help residents cool offJuly 30, 2015
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert in Toronto, cooling centres openJuly 29, 2015
Heat Alert declared for TorontoJuly 27, 2015
Heat Alert terminated for TorontoJuly 20, 2015
Heat Alert declared for TorontoJuly 18, 2015
Toronto Board of Health announces recipients of 2015 Public Health Champion awardsJune 29, 2015
Toronto Public Health shares food safety tips for summerJune 19, 2015
New Toronto-branded condoms now available – get yours todayJune 17, 2015
Toronto Public Health to unveil new City-branded condoms tomorrow June 16, 2015
City of Toronto promotes water safety at its Blue Flag beachesJune 3, 2015
City of Toronto holding Blue Flag beach event to promote water safetyJune 2, 2015
Toronto Public Health recommends action to regulate hookah smoking in licensed businessesMay 25, 2015
Toronto Public Health report: health inequities persist in Toronto April 20, 2015
Toronto Public Health holds second immunization clinic for residents who may be exposed to hepatitis A at local juice barApril 13, 2015
Toronto Public Health confirms case of hepatitis A at local juice bar April 11, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for Toronto at noon todayMarch 28, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesMarch 27, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for Toronto at noon todayMarch 23, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesMarch 22, 2015
Nominations open for Toronto Public Health Champion AwardsMarch 11, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for Toronto at noon todayMarch 6, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesMarch 4, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoMarch 3, 2015
Report from Toronto Public Health provides snapshot on student healthMarch 3, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesMarch 2, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for Toronto at noon todayFebruary 28, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesFebruary 12, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoFebruary 10, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesFebruary 8, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for Toronto at noon todayFebruary 6, 2015
Toronto Public Health investigates measles outbreakFebruary 2, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesFebruary 1, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for Toronto at noon todayJanuary 31, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 30, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoJanuary 28, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert - seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 27, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoJanuary 26, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 25, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for Toronto January 21, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert – seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 20, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for Toronto January 17, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert for Toronto – seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 16, 2015
Toronto's Extreme Cold Weather Alert to be terminated at noon todayJanuary 15, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert extended for TorontoJanuary 13, 2015
Extreme Cold Alert for Toronto – seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 12, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert terminated for TorontoJanuary 11, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert extendedJanuary 10, 2015
Extreme Cold Alert - seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 9, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert to be terminated for TorontoJanuary 8, 2015
Extreme Cold Alert - seek shelter, check on loved onesJanuary 7, 2015
Extreme Cold Weather Alert expected tomorrow morning January 6, 2015
City of Toronto activates additional services, advises homeless people to seek shelterJanuary 6, 2015
Learning from the past to improve Aboriginal health outcomes today November 28, 2014
Toronto, Durham and York health units issue advisory about Lyme disease November 26, 2014
Report from Toronto Public Health urges action on suicide prevention November 14, 2014
Toronto Public Health launches free flu shot clinics, encouraging residents to become flu fightersOctober 23, 2014
Toronto Public Health to launch its flu clinics tomorrow October 22, 2014
Toronto Public Health encourages individuals and businesses to support breastfeeding anytime, anywhere in TorontoOctober 1, 2014
Toronto Public Health urges residents to rediscover the stairs and become healthier one step at a timeSeptember 16, 2014
Taking steps to get Toronto active - media event promotes physical activity September 15, 2014
Heat Alert terminated for TorontoSeptember 6, 2014
Heat Alert declared for TorontoSeptember 5, 2014
Health warning issued on consuming wild mushroomsAugust 27, 2014
Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus in TorontoAugust 12, 2014
Toronto Public Health shares food safety tips for summerJuly 30, 2014
Toronto Public Health to hold media event on food safety in the summerJuly 29, 2014
Toronto Board of Health announces Public Health Champion award recipientsJune 30, 2014
City of Toronto promotes water safety at Blue Flag 10th anniversary eventJune 18, 2014
City of Toronto to mark 10th anniversary of Blue Flag at event promoting water safetyJune 17, 2014
West Nile Virus season – public education launch in TorontoJune 5, 2014
Possible measles exposure on flight into Toronto Pearson International Airport on May 8May 16, 2014
Improving Health by Design report highlights need to improve public health through active city and transit planningMay 14, 2014
Path to healthier air – new study confirms traffic reduction neededApril 17, 2014
Nominations open for Toronto's Public Health Champion AwardsMarch 3, 2014
City of Toronto Public Health applauds provincial government's menu labelling proposalFebruary 27, 2014
Food safety during Toronto's ice storm and power outageDecember 27, 2013
Keeping Toronto moving and healthyDecember 16, 2013
Toronto Public Health commends province's refugee health programDecember 10, 2013
Toronto Public Health supports provincial tobacco legislation expansionNovember 13, 2013
City of Toronto Public Health launches flu clinics October 31, 2013
New Mobile Food Bus to increase access to fresh, affordable foodOctober 31, 2013
Official launch of new mobile food bus October 30, 2013
How racism impacts healthOctober 28, 2013
Heat Alert terminated for TorontoSeptember 12, 2013
Heat Alert declared for TorontoSeptember 10, 2013
Update on investigation into CNE food-borne illnessAugust 27, 2013
Toronto Public Health update on CNE food borne illness investigationAugust 23, 2013
Media Advisory - Update on investigation into reported food borne illness at the CNEAugust 23, 2013
Update on investigation into food borne illnessAugust 22, 2013
Media availability for update on CNE food illness investigationAugust 21, 2013
Toronto reports its first human case of West Nile VirusAugust 2, 2013
Mosquitoes in Toronto test positive for West Nile VirusJuly 24, 2013
Extreme Heat Alert terminated for TorontoJuly 20, 2013
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert in Toronto, cooling centres openJuly 16, 2013
Heat Alert declared for TorontoJuly 15, 2013
Supervised injection services in TorontoJuly 2, 2013
Heat Alert terminated for TorontoJune 27, 2013
Extreme Heat Alert in Toronto downgraded to Heat AlertJune 26, 2013
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert in Toronto, cooling centres openJune 24, 2013
Heat Alert declared for TorontoJune 23, 2013
City of Toronto promotes water safety and drowning preventionJune 18, 2013
City of Toronto announces Public Health Champion award winnersJune 14, 2013
Media event on start of West Nile Virus season in Toronto June 5, 2013
Heat Alert terminated for TorontoJune 1, 2013
Heat Alert declared for TorontoMay 30, 2013
What’s on your menu?April 23, 2013
City of Toronto announces winners of 2013 Live Green Toronto Awards April 22, 2013
Nominations open for Toronto Public Health Champion AwardsMarch 4, 2013
Toronto Public Health achieves Baby-Friendly Initiative designationFebruary 5, 2013
Toronto Public Health can help with your health goals for 2013 December 28, 2012
Think before you drink - alcohol guidelines help reduce health risk November 15, 2012
Toronto Public Health launches new Mobile Dental ClinicNovember 6, 2012
Toronto mobile dental clinic launchNovember 5, 2012
Toronto flu clinics still open - Flu vaccine safe and effectiveOctober 30, 2012
Toronto Public Health warns of fraudulent restaurant inspectorsOctober 26, 2012
Toronto Public Health flu clinics begin tomorrowOctober 24, 2012
On your mark, get set for the 2012 Breastfeeding ChallengeSeptember 24, 2012
Toronto Public Health expands HPV vaccine programSeptember 17, 2012
Free HPV vaccine program expanded for TorontoSeptember 11, 2012
City of Toronto Heat Alert terminatedSeptember 1, 2012
Heat Alert declared for TorontoAugust 31, 2012
Human cases of West Nile in Toronto highest in a decadeAugust 30, 2012
City of Toronto Heat Alert terminatedAugust 5, 2012
Heat Alert declared for TorontoAugust 4, 2012
City of Toronto Heat Alert terminatedAugust 3, 2012
West Nile Virus on the riseAugust 2, 2012
Heat Alert declared for TorontoAugust 2, 2012
Toronto reports probable human cases of West Nile VirusAugust 2, 2012
Peak West Nile Virus season in TorontoJuly 31, 2012
City of Toronto Heat Alert TerminatedJuly 24, 2012
Heat Alert declared for TorontoJuly 23, 2012
Extreme Heat Alert terminatedJuly 19, 2012
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert, Toronto cooling centres open July 17, 2012
Heat Alert declared for TorontoJuly 16, 2012
Extreme Heat Alert terminatedJuly 15, 2012
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert, Toronto cooling centres open July 13, 2012
Heat Alert declared for TorontoJuly 12, 2012
Extreme Heat Alert terminatedJuly 7, 2012
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert, Toronto cooling centres open July 4, 2012
Heat Alert declared July 3, 2012
Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus in TorontoJuly 3, 2012
Heat Alert terminated July 1, 2012
Heat Alert declared June 28, 2012
Extreme Heat Alert terminated June 22, 2012
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert, Toronto cooling centres open June 20, 2012
Heat Alert declared June 19, 2012
Heat Alert terminated May 29, 2012
Heat alert declaredMay 28, 2012
Toronto Public Health in the spotlightMay 8, 2012
Health warning: Wash and cook fiddleheads to prevent illnessMay 8, 2012
Protect your world. Get immunized!April 20, 2012
Toronto Public Health flu clinics begin tomorrowOctober 26, 2011
Expanded warning not to eat potentially contaminated food productsOctober 6, 2011
Taking a pregnant pause in honour of International FASD DaySeptember 8, 2011
Toronto reports first human case of West Nile Virus September 2, 2011
Heat Alert terminatedAugust 2, 2011
Heat Alert declared for TorontoAugust 1, 2011
Mumps investigation in Toronto continuesJuly 26, 2011
Extreme Heat Alert terminatedJuly 25, 2011
Mumps investigation at Toronto restaurantJuly 23, 2011
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert, cooling centres openJuly 20, 2011
News conference on heat and healthJuly 19, 2011
Heat Alert declared for TorontoJuly 19, 2011
Public urged to check on neighbours during prolonged heatJuly 19, 2011
Heat Alert terminated July 18, 2011
Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile VirusJuly 15, 2011
Toronto Public Health investigating two body-piercing businessesJuly 14, 2011
Heat Alert terminated June 9, 2011
Heat Alert declared for TorontoJune 8, 2011
Heat Alert terminatedJune 1, 2011
Heat Alert declared for TorontoMay 31, 2011
Type 2 diabetes prevention focuses on high risk populations in TorontoMay 4, 2011
Immunization protects everyoneApril 26, 2011
Toronto Board of Health supports continued fluoridation of drinking waterApril 5, 2011
Toronto Public Health to raise awareness of tuberculosis on World TB Day March 23, 2011
Board of Health calls on provincial government to remove OHIP waiting period for landed immigrantsMarch 2, 2011
Hepatitis A identified in restaurant employeeJanuary 26, 2011
DineSafe restaurant inspection program celebrates 10th birthdayJanuary 24, 2011
Media availability today - Toronto's additional flu clinicsJanuary 10, 2011
Toronto Public Health announces four new flu clinics starting Saturday, January 8January 7, 2011
How Healthy Can You Get? youth video winners announcedDecember 21, 2010
Board of Health announces 2010 Public Health ChampionsNovember 22, 2010
Toronto Public Health advising residents about measles exposureNovember 8, 2010
Toronto Public Health investigating body piercing and tattoo shopNovember 8, 2010
Toronto Public Health flu clinics begin tomorrowOctober 27, 2010
Calling all breastfeeding Toronto moms for the Breastfeeding ChallengeSeptember 28, 2010
Extreme Heat Alert terminated September 3, 2010
Extreme Heat Alert declared, Cooling Centres OpenAugust 30, 2010
Heat Alert declared for TorontoAugust 29, 2010
Hepatitis A case identified in restaurant employeeAugust 20, 2010
Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile VirusAugust 6, 2010
Extreme Heat Alert terminated; health risk remains for vulnerable peopleJuly 9, 2010
News conference on continuing extreme heat alertJuly 6, 2010
Extreme hot weather poses health riskJuly 6, 2010
Extreme Heat Alert declared, Cooling Centres OpenJuly 5, 2010
Heat Alert DeclaredJuly 4, 2010
Toronto Public Health promotes healthy fish choices in 22 languagesJune 16, 2010
Toronto Public Health warns of fraudulent restaurant inspectorsJune 9, 2010
Toronto and area health units promote Air Quality Health Index with new toolkitJune 2, 2010
City celebrates 'World No Tobacco Day' with unveiling of smoke-free signMay 31, 2010
City to celebrate World No Tobacco Day at local park May 28, 2010
Pregnant women exposed to chicken pox at prenatal nutrition class advised to seek immediate assessmentMay 28, 2010
Toronto H1N1 report: vaccine rate 28 per cent, serious illness peaked as vaccine was made availableMay 25, 2010
Extreme Heat Alert declared for Toronto - cooling centres open May 25, 2010
Heat Alert declared for TorontoMay 24, 2010
Nominations open for 2010 Public Health Champion AwardsMay 12, 2010
Toronto Public Health urges parents to update children’s immunizationApril 26, 2010
Medical Officer of Health calls for sexual health curriculum to stay on trackApril 23, 2010
Medical Officer of Health will “Do the Math” with other prominent Torontonians April 1, 2010
Toronto Public Health to raise awareness of tuberculosis on World TB DayMarch 22, 2010
Toronto Public Health to raise awareness of tuberculosis on World TB DayMarch 22, 2010
Toronto moms need more breastfeeding support March 16, 2010
Toronto Public Health to release report on breastfeeding in TorontoMarch 15, 2010
Toronto businesses must report use of toxic chemicals January 21, 2010
Toronto Public Health to provide H1N1 and seasonal flu vaccineJanuary 4, 2010
More than 200,000 people got the shot at Toronto Public Health clinicsDecember 14, 2009
Three Toronto Public Health flu clinics to close Tuesday - five remain open through the weekendDecember 7, 2009
Seasonal flu shots available at H1N1 vaccination clinics December 4, 2009
Two Toronto Public Health flu clinics to close - eight remain openNovember 26, 2009
Flu assessment centres relieve pressure on emergency departments November 19, 2009
Toronto Public Health vaccination clinics open to general publicNovember 17, 2009
Healthy food increasingly out of reach for low income peopleNovember 16, 2009
Toronto Public Health issues update on HINI November 12, 2009
Toronto Public Health to hold briefing on H1N1 status in TorontoNovember 12, 2009
Media Advisory - Toronto Public Health to hold briefing on H1N1 status in TorontoNovember 12, 2009
Toronto Public Health extending hours for H1N1 vaccine clinicsNovember 5, 2009
Toronto Public Health vaccination clinics to be open to priority groups onlyOctober 30, 2009
Toronto Public Health to hold H1N1 vaccine updateOctober 30, 2009
Toronto Public Health to hold briefing at flu clinicOctober 29, 2009
Toronto Public Health to provide update about H1N1 vaccination clinicsOctober 28, 2009
Toronto Public Health expands clinics for H1N1 vaccinationOctober 28, 2009
Toronto Public Health issues statement on death of 13 year-old from H1N1October 27, 2009
Toronto wins worldwide breastfeeding challengeOctober 22, 2009
Toronto Public Health set to launch H1N1 vaccine clinicsOctober 21, 2009
Public Health Champion Awards recipients namedOctober 19, 2009
Calling all breastfeeding moms to the Breastfeeding Challenge!September 23, 2009
Heat Alert terminated August 18, 2009
Nomination deadline extended for the 2009 Public Health Champion AwardsAugust 18, 2009
Heat Alert declaredAugust 17, 2009
Medical Officer of Health calls for cooperation at temporary waste sitesJuly 2, 2009
Extreme Heat Alert terminated June 26, 2009
Extreme Heat Alert declared - Cooling Centres Open June 24, 2009
Ethnically diverse food hits Toronto streets May 15, 2009
Nominations open for the 2009 Public Health Champion AwardsMay 7, 2009
City of Toronto responds to Swine Flu outbreak in Canada, U.S. and MexicoApril 28, 2009
Medical Officer of Health Releases New Reports on Foodborne Illness and Food Safety in TorontoApril 20, 2009
Charlie finds a new homeApril 9, 2009
Think globally, eat locally - ethnically diverse street food comes to TorontoMarch 17, 2009
From Kebabs to Kimchi: Meet Toronto’s new street food vendorsMarch 16, 2009
Put Food in the Budget campaign sets the table at Queen’s ParkMarch 16, 2009
Businesses warned about a company offering food and water safety testingMarch 2, 2009
Community and public health leaders call on province to Put Food in the Budget February 19, 2009
Medical Officer of Health to launch Put Food in the Budget campaignFebruary 18, 2009
Winter catch-up clinics help protect young women against cervical cancerFebruary 2, 2009
Loblaw store closed for food safety violationsJanuary 27, 2009
Toronto Public Health offers vaccinations to young adults at risk of mumpsJanuary 19, 2009
Toronto Public Health recommends program to reduce pollution and stimulate a greener economyNovember 6, 2008
Ten-year anniversary for the Toronto Cancer Prevention CoalitionNovember 5, 2008
Media briefing on Environmental Reporting, Disclosure and InnovationNovember 5, 2008
Public Health Champion Awards recipients namedOctober 28, 2008
Flu shots: Toronto residents urged to protect themselves and their familiesOctober 27, 2008
An Infectious Idea coming to the ArchivesOctober 23, 2008
Hepatitis A case identified in restaurant employeeOctober 23, 2008
The Unequal City - report links income and healthOctober 22, 2008
Media Advisory: The Unequal City: Income and Health Inequalities in TorontoOctober 21, 2008
Floss and smile -- new dental clinic opensOctober 17, 2008
Media Advisory - Toronto goes for gold in Breastfeeding ChallengeOctober 1, 2008
Campaign encourages older adults to get active to prevent fallsOctober 1, 2008
Roy Romanow to present keynote at Determinants of Our Health symposiumSeptember 26, 2008
Listeria found in product sold at Cheese MagicSeptember 9, 2008
HPV vaccine protects young women against cervical cancerSeptember 8, 2008
Toronto investigating cases of ListeriosisAugust 22, 2008
Murray Road area clean up completed todayAugust 22, 2008
City takes over neighbourhood clean up following Murray Road explosionAugust 15, 2008
Budapest Park re-opened after July 8 floodJuly 29, 2008
Media Advisory - Ninety-day adoption campaign helps find ‘purrrfect’ matchesJuly 17, 2008
Extreme Heat Alert declared, Cooling Centres openJuly 16, 2008
Mosquito tests positive for West Nile virusJuly 11, 2008
Torontonian survives cardiac arrest thanks to Variety Village defibrillatorJuly 9, 2008
Extreme Heat Alert terminated July 9, 2008
Cool off at one of Toronto’s 11 City beachesJuly 8, 2008
Extreme Heat Alert declared, Cooling Centres open July 7, 2008
Pedometer lending program expands to 18 Toronto library branchesJuly 4, 2008
Heat Alert declaredJuly 2, 2008
Restaurants go “Breastfeeding Friendly” with new Toronto Public Health programJune 24, 2008
Media Advisory - Restaurants go breastfeeding friendly with new City programJune 23, 2008
Summer catch-up clinics help protect young women against cervical cancerJune 23, 2008
Extreme Heat Alert terminated June 10, 2008
REVISED: Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert, Cooling Centres Open June 9, 2008
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert, Cooling Centres Open June 9, 2008
Nominations open for inaugural Public Health Champion AwardsJune 6, 2008
Toronto beaches officially open for 2008June 5, 2008
Dr. Sheela Basrur, former Medical Officer of Health, 1956 - 2008June 2, 2008
Media Advisory: Bowling Down the Power WallsMay 30, 2008
Sun safety precautions advised during National Sun Awareness WeekMay 23, 2008
Potential measles exposure at Toronto hospitalMay 22, 2008
Toronto residents embrace natural approach to lawn care May 9, 2008
Measles continues to circulate in TorontoMay 8, 2008
Toronto Public Health working with youth to prevent sexually transmitted infections “one cell phone at a time”May 2, 2008
High health risk from air pollution forecast for todayApril 18, 2008
Measles outbreak continues in TorontoApril 10, 2008
Potential measles exposure in Toronto April 7, 2008
Increase in cases of measles in TorontoApril 4, 2008
Toronto Drug Strategy officials co-host community forum on new federal drug strategyMarch 25, 2008
Toronto Public Health marks World TB DayMarch 20, 2008
Media Advisory - African and Caribbean youth trainers bring Kicking AIDS Out to TorontoMarch 12, 2008
Handwashing key to preventing “stomach flu” as season peaks in TorontoFebruary 8, 2008
Update on Toronto rabies investigationJanuary 25, 2008
Toronto Public Health expands rabies investigationJanuary 24, 2008
Media Advisory - Toronto Public Health to provide rabies updateJanuary 24, 2008
Toronto Public Health clinics offer second chance to protect young women against cervical cancerJanuary 23, 2008
Toronto Public Health investigating rabies exposuresJanuary 23, 2008
U.S. lawsuit settlement will lead to cleaner air in TorontoJanuary 21, 2008
Toronto Public Health offers Metropass prize for quitting smokingJanuary 18, 2008
Toronto Public Health investigating body piercing salonDecember 10, 2007
Media Advisory - Dr. Sheela Basrur to receive honorary award; Public Health conference opens on Monday November 16, 2007
New report highlights disparities in young children’s health in TorontoNovember 12, 2007
Reducing traffic pollution saves livesNovember 5, 2007
Media Advisory: Medical Officer of Health to release groundbreaking report on traffic pollution and healthNovember 2, 2007
Flu Shots: Toronto residents urged to protect themselves and their familiesOctober 29, 2007
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health to host HPV vaccine information sessions October 17, 2007
Media Advisory: Toronto Breastfeeding Challenge: calling all breastfeeding moms September 28, 2007
Toronto Drug Strategy officials call for provincial leadership on substance useSeptember 27, 2007
Healthy food out of reach for people in needSeptember 19, 2007
Rabies update: Second woman soughtSeptember 18, 2007
Potential rabies exposure September 14, 2007
HPV vaccine program to protect young women against cervical cancerSeptember 7, 2007
Toronto reports first human case of West Nile VirusAugust 31, 2007
Fines for Pesticide Bylaw begin September 1August 30, 2007
Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virusAugust 17, 2007
Beat the heat - cool down at City beaches this long weekendAugust 2, 2007
Outdoor food safety tipsAugust 1, 2007
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert, Cooling Centres openAugust 1, 2007
Heat Alert declaredJuly 31, 2007
Toronto Public Health investigating E. coli outbreak from July 1st picnicJuly 12, 2007
New index measures health risk from air pollution in Toronto July 9, 2007
Heat Alert declaredJuly 8, 2007
Media Advisory: Toronto launch of New Air Quality Health Index July 6, 2007
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert, Cooling Centres OpenJune 26, 2007
Heat Alert declaredJune 25, 2007
Heat Alert declaredJune 12, 2007
City releases results of recent lead testingJune 7, 2007
Toronto beaches officially open for 2007June 6, 2007
Pedometer lending program promotes physical activityJune 4, 2007
Heat Alert declaredMay 31, 2007
First heat alert of 2007May 24, 2007
Update on mumps in Toronto May 15, 2007
Media Advisory: Media briefing on Mumps in TorontoMay 15, 2007
Media Advisory: Feature film explores little-known story of an abused womanMarch 27, 2007
City of Toronto marks World TB Day March 22, 2007
Free immunization clinics offered for kids March 5, 2007
Extreme cold weather alert in effectFebruary 23, 2007
Residents urged to take care when shovelling snow February 13, 2007
Medical Officer of Health calls for action on nutritionJanuary 29, 2007
Quit smoking - drive away in a carJanuary 22, 2007
Media Advisory: Flu vaccination clinics re-open January 11, 2007
Whooping cough advisory issued to parentsJanuary 11, 2007
Media Advisory: Media briefing on Meningitis C Public Health AlertNovember 30, 2006
Public Health Alert issued for Meningitis CNovember 30, 2006
Mayor Miller asks Torontonians “How Do You Get Your Move On?”November 30, 2006
Media Advisory: Media briefing on hepatitis ANovember 27, 2006
Flu clinics set to open -- residents urged to “Do the Sleeve Sneeze”November 9, 2006
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health launches Flu clinics with health promotion campaign to “Do the Sleeve Sneeze”November 8, 2006
Chlamydia cases increasing -- education campaign launchedOctober 19, 2006
Public advised not to drink certain brands of carrot juiceOctober 6, 2006
Media Advisory: Food for Thought at Toronto’s World Food Day CelebrationOctober 3, 2006
ePET - Toronto’s online pet licensing service launched todaySeptember 25, 2006
Media Advisory - Breastfeeding challenge: Calling all breastfeeding moms and babiesSeptember 20, 2006
Toronto reports first human case of West Nile VirusAugust 18, 2006
Extreme Heat Alert extended - Cooling Centres still openAugust 2, 2006
First bird tests positive for West Nile VirusAugust 2, 2006
Extreme Heat Alert extended - Cooling Centres still openAugust 1, 2006
Heat Alert upgraded to Extreme Heat Alert - Cooling Centres openJuly 31, 2006
Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus July 31, 2006
Media Advisory - Mayor David Miller to attend Metro Hall cooling centreJuly 31, 2006
Heat Alert extendedJuly 30, 2006
Heat Alert declaredJuly 29, 2006
Heat Alert extendedJuly 27, 2006
Heat Alert declaredJuly 26, 2006
Health advisory issued on consuming wild mushroomsJuly 21, 2006
Extreme Heat Alert extended, cooling centres openJuly 17, 2006
Extreme Heat Alert Declared and Cooling Centres OpenJuly 16, 2006
Youth group to launch anti-tobacco campaign July 13, 2006
Media Advisory - Get Your Move On…in the WaterJuly 7, 2006
Cool down at one of 10 City of Toronto beaches this weekendJuly 7, 2006
Extreme Heat Alert extended, Cooling Centres OpenJuly 3, 2006
Extreme Heat Alert declared, Cooling Centres openJuly 2, 2006
Heat Alert declaredJune 22, 2006
Heat Alert declaredJune 17, 2006
Toronto protected by new Smoke-Free ActMay 31, 2006
Mayor and Medical Officer join students to promote safe and sober driving May 30, 2006
Heat Alert extendedMay 30, 2006
Community and Political Leaders to Attend Toronto Cancer Prevention ConferenceMay 29, 2006
First Heat Alert in effect todayMay 29, 2006
Media Advisory - Physical activity festival on Yonge StreetApril 21, 2006
World TB Day InitiativesMarch 23, 2006
Reports focus on the health of Toronto’s young childrenFebruary 27, 2006
Numbers at flu clinics increase, final dates next weekJanuary 13, 2006
Do you believe in magic? Healthy choices better than fad diets December 28, 2005
Whooping cough advisory issued to parentsDecember 22, 2005
“Private Club” ruling upholds smoking bylawDecember 20, 2005
Toronto Pandemic Influenza Plan releasedNovember 25, 2005
Media Advisory - Toronto Pandemic Influenza Plan to be releasedNovember 23, 2005
Supreme Court rejects pesticide by-law appealNovember 17, 2005
Mayor David Miller helps "Beat the Flu"October 25, 2005
Media Advisory - Mayor Miller helps "Beat The Flu"October 25, 2005
Cooling tower source of Legionnaires' outbreakOctober 21, 2005
Media Advisory - Toronto Animal Services Pet Social and Open HouseOctober 21, 2005
Media Advisory - Legionnaires’ Disease updateOctober 21, 2005
Media Advisory - Toronto Public Health programs and staff receive CAS awardsOctober 19, 2005
Toronto Drug Strategy releasedOctober 14, 2005
Media Advisory - Legionnaires' Disease updateOctober 13, 2005
Media Advisory - City releases drug strategy October 13, 2005
Legionnaires' investigation continuesOctober 11, 2005
Legionnaires' Disease updateOctober 7, 2005
Legionnaires' Disease investigation continuesOctober 7, 2005
Media Advisory - Respiratory illness updateOctober 6, 2005
Statement by Dr. David McKeown, Medical Officer of Health Announcement re: Respiratory Outbreak at Seven Oaks Nursing HomeOctober 6, 2005
Media Advisory - Respiratory illness updateOctober 5, 2005
Media Advisory - Respiratory illness updateOctober 5, 2005
Media Advisory - Respiratory illness updateOctober 4, 2005
Media Advisory - Respiratory illness updateOctober 3, 2005
Media Advisory - Respiratory illness updateOctober 3, 2005
Moms and babies attempt breastfeeding recordSeptember 30, 2005
Old sails provide shade to youngSeptember 30, 2005
Mayor to launch Toronto Walks MonthSeptember 29, 2005
Mayor to launch Toronto Walks MonthSeptember 27, 2005
Rising food costs cause hardshipSeptember 26, 2005
Chief Public Health Officer to address Board of HealthSeptember 26, 2005
Moms and babies sought for breastfeeding recordSeptember 23, 2005
Children’s Health Campaign messages launchedSeptember 22, 2005
Report calls for action on environmental threats to childrenSeptember 15, 2005
Media Advisory: Environmental Threats to Children -- Media BriefingSeptember 14, 2005
Toronto records third West Nile Virus deathSeptember 2, 2005
Pesticide bylaw enters enforcement phaseSeptember 1, 2005
West Nile Virus deaths reported in TorontoAugust 30, 2005
Six Toronto beaches are open for swimming!August 26, 2005
Toronto submits case to U.S. court on health impact of cross-border smog Medical Officer of Health calls on Premier McGuinty to take actionAugust 19, 2005
Heat Alert terminatedAugust 9, 2005
Heat Alert declaredAugust 8, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert terminatedAugust 5, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert extended for todayAugust 4, 2005
Toronto reports first probable West Nile Virus caseAugust 3, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert declaredAugust 3, 2005
Media Advisory: Media briefing on West Nile VirusAugust 2, 2005
Heat Alert declaredAugust 2, 2005
Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile VirusJuly 26, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert terminatedJuly 19, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert extended for today, July 18July 18, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert extended; Medical Officer of Health to provide update July 15, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert extended for today, July 14July 14, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert extended for todayJuly 13, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert extendedJuly 12, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert declared for July 11July 11, 2005
Heat Alert Declared July 10, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert extendedJune 30, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert extendedJune 29, 2005
Extreme Heat declared, cooling centres open June 28, 2005
Heat Alert declaredJune 27, 2005
Toronto starts new program to cut car use and CO2 emissionsJune 27, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert likely for Saturday, June 25June 24, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert likely for Saturday, June 25June 24, 2005
Purr-fect cats and kittens looking for homesJune 22, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert terminatedJune 15, 2005
Final Meningitis C Clinics June 14, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert extendedJune 14, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert updateJune 13, 2005
Cool off at a Toronto BeachJune 10, 2005
Extreme Heat Alert declared, cooling centres openJune 10, 2005
Residents advised to beat the heatJune 9, 2005
Heat Alert terminatedJune 8, 2005
Heat Alert extendedJune 7, 2005
Heat Alert declared - media briefing todayJune 6, 2005
Study shows impacts of extreme weather and smog; Medical Officer of Health calls for actionJune 6, 2005
Province, Maple Leafs boost Toronto’s Get Your Move On campaignJune 1, 2005
Love Your Heart! Awards presented June 1, 2005
Annual water testing begins at Toronto beachesJune 1, 2005
First anniversary marks success of Smoke-free by-law May 31, 2005
Media Advisory: Maple Leafs, Province join ‘Get Your Move On’ walkMay 31, 2005
"Love Your Heart!" Award winners to be announcedMay 27, 2005
Pesticide By-law upheld by Court of AppealMay 13, 2005
Diabetes prevention conference for people of African and Caribbean descent May 5, 2005
Drug strategy Town Hall meetings begin next weekApril 29, 2005
Media briefing on lab results in animal deathsApril 29, 2005
Public Health issues community alertApril 23, 2005
City launches "Go Natural" gardening campaignApril 21, 2005
Ban on tobacco power walls recommendedApril 4, 2005
City calls for public input on drug strategyMarch 31, 2005
City launches drug strategy consultation March 30, 2005
Public Health initiatives mark World STOP Tuberculosis DayMarch 22, 2005
Nominations wanted for "Love Your Heart!" AwardFebruary 28, 2005
Syphilis information session to be heldFebruary 14, 2005
Meningitis C vaccine campaign for teens launchedJanuary 27, 2005
Meningitis C vaccine for teens to be launchedJanuary 26, 2005
Report on drug use in Toronto releasedJanuary 19, 2005
Report on drug use in Toronto to be releasedJanuary 18, 2005
It's not too late to beat the flu: flu clinics resume MondayJanuary 10, 2005
City of Toronto activates Emergency Management Office to coordinate tsunami relief effortsJanuary 3, 2005
By-law prohibits smoking in enclosed outdoor patiosDecember 3, 2004
K9 Duke retires as Animal Services teaching dogNovember 22, 2004
Media Advisory: K9 Duke retires as teaching dogNovember 22, 2004
"How hot is your tap water?" campaign launched todayNovember 12, 2004
Wanted - missing owners and "purrfect" new friendsNovember 9, 2004
Testing for active tuberculosis to begin in shelters November 8, 2004
Media Advisory: Medical Officer of Health to report on TB in Toronto sheltersNovember 8, 2004
Clinics open - Medical Officer of Health urges residents to beat the fluOctober 28, 2004
Media Advisory: Medical Officer of Health opens Toronto flu clinicsOctober 27, 2004
Fall gardening campaign launchedSeptember 23, 2004
Nutrition and food security: basic determinants of healthSeptember 20, 2004
Toronto reports first probable West Nile Virus caseAugust 23, 2004
Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile VirusJuly 29, 2004
Food Court passes health inspectionJuly 28, 2004
Mayor Miller to present SARS award to public health staffJuly 12, 2004
Study shows Toronto's air pollution harms thousands of residents, Medical Officer of Health calls for action on air qualityJuly 8, 2004
Media Advisory: Local farm shares crops with community groupsJuly 5, 2004
Media Advisory: Health officials to address food court closureJune 30, 2004
Mayor Miller launches Get Your Move On campaign June 23, 2004
Ten year communicable disease report releasedJune 14, 2004
Media Advisory: Heat Alert issued for TorontoJune 8, 2004
Toronto complies with smoke-free bylaw, residents encouraged to step inside for a breath of fresh airJune 4, 2004
Weather cooperates with launch of beach seasonJune 4, 2004
Media Advisory: Students help celebrate World No Tobacco DayMay 31, 2004
Sun safety precautions advisedMay 27, 2004
Public Health launches West Nile Virus programMay 26, 2004
Toronto, York, Durham and Peel celebrate June 1 launch of smoke-free bylaws in the GTAMay 21, 2004
Residents reminded to protect children from hot vehiclesMay 12, 2004
Province urged to implement province-wide smoking ban as City prepares final phase of No Smoking By-lawMay 10, 2004
Public Health traces tuberculosis contacts April 16, 2004
City of Toronto launches pesticide by-lawMarch 31, 2004
Mayor Miller celebrates Toronto-Botswana HIV/AIDS PartnershipMarch 24, 2004
Public Health campaign marks World Tuberculosis DayMarch 23, 2004
Withrow Park to re-openMarch 9, 2004
Contaminated substances found in Withrow ParkFebruary 20, 2004
City officials announce Withrow Park will remain closedFebruary 13, 2004
Ontario Quit Smoking Contest launched on Weedless WednesdayJanuary 21, 2004
It's not too late to vaccinate: free flu clinics resume MondayJanuary 9, 2004
Clients of tattoo shop encouraged to call Public HealthDecember 22, 2003
Weekend flu clinics addedDecember 10, 2003
Toronto Public Health traces Tuberculosis contacts December 10, 2003
Media Advisory: Public Health adds extra flu clinicsDecember 3, 2003
Media Advisory/Attention: Photo Editors: Roadrunners and Toronto Animal Services team up for animalsNovember 25, 2003
Toronto and Atlanta look for lessons from SARS: Symposium addresses public health emergencies preparednessNovember 17, 2003
Health advisory issued about consuming wild mushroomsNovember 4, 2003
Business community promotes Public Health flu clinicsOctober 27, 2003
Have a safe and happy Halloween: Mayor LastmanOctober 27, 2003
Majority favour repeal of "spanking law" October 7, 2003
Five new probable cases of West Nile Virus reportedSeptember 12, 2003
Five new probable cases of West Nile Virus reportedSeptember 9, 2003
West Nile Virus risk continues despite cooler weatherSeptember 5, 2003
Two additional probable cases of WNV reportedSeptember 2, 2003
City's first probable case of West Nile Virus reportedAugust 28, 2003
Media Advisory: Public Health to host West Nile Virus community information sessionsAugust 26, 2003
Toronto Public Health reports positive West Nile Virus mosquito resultsAugust 22, 2003
Medical Officer of Health to provide West Nile Virus updateAugust 22, 2003
Heat Alert extendedJuly 4, 2003
Heat Alert issued for TorontoJuly 3, 2003
Extreme Heat Alert extended through to tomorrow, Thursday, June 26June 25, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health to begin larviciding programJune 24, 2003
Extreme Heat Alert upgrade for TorontoJune 24, 2003
Heat Alert issued for TorontoJune 23, 2003
Media Advisory: Medical Officer of Health issues first heat alert of 2003June 23, 2003
Medical Officer of Health launches call to action on physical activityJune 6, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health to answer residents' West Nile Virus questionsJune 6, 2003
Media Advisory: Medical Officer of Health launches call to action on physical activityJune 5, 2003
Toronto Animal Services opens new South Region Animal CentreJune 4, 2003
Straight No Chaser: Teens get straight facts about summer partyingJune 4, 2003
Toronto Public Health advises caution after coyote bites occur in two parksJune 4, 2003
Toronto Public Health to answer residents' West Nile Virus questionsMay 30, 2003
Sun Safety Awareness Week, June 2 - 8, 2003May 29, 2003
Public Health celebrates World No Tobacco Day May 29, 2003
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health marks World No Tobacco DayMay 28, 2003
Toronto's West Nile Virus Plans ReviewedMay 7, 2003
Media Advisory: Medical Officer of Health to review West Nile plan for 2003May 6, 2003
Toronto responds to lifting of W.H.O. travel advisoryApril 29, 2003
Toronto reminds the world: City remains safe to visitApril 25, 2003
Media AdvisoryApril 20, 2003
Go Transit advisory issuedApril 20, 2003
Medical Officer of Health to hold evening briefing on SARSApril 14, 2003
City of Toronto Community Information Open Houses about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)April 10, 2003
City of Toronto to Host Community Information Open Houses about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)April 7, 2003
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS): Toronto remains safe for tourists, business travellersApril 3, 2003
City of Toronto media briefing on SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) March 31, 2003
Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome briefing todayMarch 17, 2003
Notice of Travel-Related Respiratory Illness March 14, 2003
Acupuncture investigation expandedFebruary 12, 2003
Toronto's No Smoking by-law a successJanuary 22, 2003
Residents encouraged to participate in Clean Air program January 16, 2003
Media Advisory: "Tobacco Lies" author speaks to students on tobacco industry tacticsNovember 15, 2002
Medical Officer of Health proposes Pesticide Reduction PartnershipNovember 8, 2002
Toronto Public Health to hold free flu clinicsOctober 22, 2002
Toronto partners with Botswana municipality to fight AIDSOctober 21, 2002
Free flu clinics begin tomorrowOctober 21, 2002
Contest encourages smokers to quitSeptember 19, 2002
Media Advisory: Public Health opens new vaccination clinicAugust 22, 2002
Media Advisory: Close to 5000 people vaccinated - clinics to run until FridayAugust 20, 2002
Media Advisory: Hepatitis A vaccination clinics updateAugust 19, 2002
Hepatitis A case identified in supermarket employeeAugust 16, 2002
Heat alert extended for third dayAugust 13, 2002
Heat alert extendedAugust 12, 2002
Heat alert in effect today August 1, 2002
Heat Alert in effectJuly 15, 2002
The Medical Officer of Health is issuing a heat alert for today, Monday July 8, 2002. July 8, 2002
Heat Alert ExtendedJuly 3, 2002
Public Health launches 20/20 campaign for clean air June 20, 2002
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health and Mac's stores help reduce tobacco sales to youth June 13, 2002
West Nile Virus summer strategy presentedJune 10, 2002
Public Health marks World No Tobacco Day May 31, 2002
Report on Drug Use in Toronto ReleasedMay 16, 2002
Public Health outlines options for reducing pesticide useMay 13, 2002
Public Health says "Eat your veggies and fruit"May 3, 2002
Cancer roundtable to recommend prevention strategiesMay 1, 2002
Public conversation on pesticide reduction launchedApril 8, 2002
Awareness campaign marks World Tuberculosis DayMarch 22, 2002
Medical Officer of Health calls for action on cancerMarch 21, 2002
Extreme cold weather alert calledFebruary 11, 2002
Extreme cold weather alert called February 4, 2002
Medical Officer of Health calls on Romanow to shift Medicare debateJanuary 28, 2002
TB Alert Issued to Health Care Community December 21, 2001
Medical Community Calls for Changes to Smog Warning System November 8, 2001
Media Advisory: Public Health Briefing on Emergency PlanningOctober 29, 2001
Free Flu Vaccinations Popular in TorontoOctober 25, 2001
Volunteers wanted for female condom studyOctober 22, 2001
Cat and dog licensing and registration fees increaseOctober 1, 2001
Public Health promotes World Breastfeeding Week October 1 to 7 September 27, 2001
Heat Emergency for Toronto extended to ThursdayAugust 8, 2001
Mayor declares Heat Emergency for TorontoAugust 7, 2001
Public Health announces meningitis vaccine clinicsJuly 25, 2001
Heat Alert in effectJuly 23, 2001
Meningitis Outbreak Among Men Who Have Sex with Men July 16, 2001
Heat Alert in EffectJune 28, 2001
Female condom awareness campaign launchedJune 28, 2001
Toronto adopts new Heat-Health Alert SystemJune 19, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health launches new heat alert systemJune 18, 2001
West Nile virus report presented to Board of Health June 18, 2001
Toronto's Food Charter: a celebration of successJune 14, 2001
Media Advisory: Toronto's Food Charter: a celebration of successJune 13, 2001
Smog Summit calls for action to improve air qualityJune 11, 2001
Media Advisory: Teens get straight facts about summer partying May 31, 2001
Media Advisory: Media invited aboard -- water tested for safe swimmingMay 31, 2001
Mayor proclaims World No Tobacco DayMay 30, 2001
Cancer action plan proposed for TorontoMay 22, 2001
Meningitis alert issued by Public HealthMay 18, 2001
Toronto gardeners can now donate fresh vegetables and fruit May 18, 2001
Media Advisory: GTA politicians to celebrate smoke-free dining bylawsMay 14, 2001
Toronto's first smog advisory of 2001 in effect todayMay 3, 2001
Public Health launches countdown to smoke-free dining April 30, 2001
Toronto's Medical Officer of Health Calls for Action on Tobacco and YouthApril 27, 2001
Medical Officer of Health to Address Senate Committee on Tobacco and YouthApril 26, 2001
Mac's convenience stores support Not To Kids programApril 24, 2001
Media Advisory - Scheduled opening of Rexdale dental clinic threatened by budget cuts April 10, 2001
Media Advisory: Budget options to be presented April 10 at Board of HealthApril 10, 2001
Toronto Public Health launches 416-338-PAWSMarch 30, 2001
Restaurants convicted for failure to post inspection noticesMarch 20, 2001
Public Health Web site promotes restaurant inspection disclosureMarch 5, 2001
Extreme Cold Weather Alert CalledFebruary 2, 2001
Toronto Public Health to launch new inspection Web site January 30, 2001
Media Advisory: Media Briefing on State of the City's HealthJanuary 22, 2001
Toronto's Medical Officer presents State of the City's Health Report January 22, 2001
Media Advisory: Extreme cold weather alert called January 19, 2001
Toronto joins legal action against U.S. coal-fired plants January 19, 2001
"A breath of fresh air" - Public Health Introduces Smoke-free Theme During National Non Smoking Week January 15, 2001
Photo Opportunity: Mayor to Post Food Inspection Notice TodayJanuary 8, 2001
Toronto's Medical Officer of Health Issues Extreme Cold Weather AlertJanuary 8, 2001
Mayor Lastman Launches Public Health InspectionsJanuary 8, 2001
Toronto Public Health to Begin Posting Inspection Notices Next WeekJanuary 2, 2001
Extreme Cold Weather Alert CalledDecember 27, 2000
Extreme Cold Weather Alert CalledDecember 21, 2000
City of Toronto's Extreme Cold Weather Alert Plan in PlaceNovember 24, 2000
Media Advisory: Simba The Lion King To Launch Toronto Public Health Flu ClinicsNovember 20, 2000
Toronto Public Health launches flu immunization campaignNovember 20, 2000
Media Advisory: Toronto Public Health to Launch Flu Clinics Across Toronto November 17, 2000
Medical Officer of Health to Address Restaurant OwnersNovember 6, 2000
Toronto Public Health Launches Information Sessions for Restaurant Owners and StaffNovember 6, 2000
Media Advisory: Thousands of Toronto Restaurants are Getting Ready for the New 2001 Green-Yellow-Red Inspection NoticesNovember 3, 2000
Breastfeeding: It's Your rightOctober 2, 2000
Medical Officer urges conversion of plants from coal; calls $250M OPG plan misguidedSeptember 27, 2000
Media Advisory -- Public Health Inspectors meet for conferenceSeptember 26, 2000
Board of Health to Hold Roundtable Discussions on Local Health IssuesSeptember 8, 2000
City of Toronto Raises Awareness About SmogAugust 1, 2000
Toronto Public Health Urges Premier to Convert NanticokeJuly 24, 2000
Media Advisory: Peel and Toronto Medical Officers of Health to Release Air Quality Study on Generating StationJune 29, 2000
Breathing Space Launch June 27, 2000June 26, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Highlights From Final Week of Restaurant BlitzJune 23, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Report on Restaurant Rating System TomorrowJune 19, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Highlights from Week 14 of Restaurant BlitzJune 9, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Highlights From Week Thirteen of Restaurant Blitz June 2, 2000
Not To Kids Campaign Kicks Off on World No Tobacco Day, May 31, 2000May 29, 2000
Health Experts Call for Urgent Action on Toronto Air Quality: New Study Shows too Many Lives at RiskMay 26, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Highlights From Week Twelve of Restaurant Blitz May 26, 2000
Toronto Tap Water is Safe to DrinkMay 25, 2000
Toronto Public Health Charges Rothmans, Benson and Hedges for Workplace Smoking Violations May 24, 2000
Update on Toronto Public Health Charges Against Rothmans, Benson and HedgesMay 24, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Highlights from Week Eleven of Restaurant BlitzMay 19, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes Three more RestaurantsMay 18, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Highlights from Week Ten of Restaurant BlitzMay 12, 2000
Toronto Public Health Re-opens Another RestaurantMay 12, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes Another RestaurantMay 11, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes two more RestaurantsMay 9, 2000
Toronro Public Health Lays Charges Against Snake OwnerMay 8, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Results of Week Nine of Restaurant BlitzMay 5, 2000
Toronto Public Health Food Premise ClosuresMay 5, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes Another EateryApril 28, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Results of Week Eight of Restaurant BlitzApril 28, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes Another EateryApril 27, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Results of Week Seven of Restaurant BlitzApril 20, 2000
Toronto Public Health Re-opens RestaurantApril 17, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Results of Week Six of Restaurant BlitzApril 14, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes EateryApril 13, 2000
Toronto Public Health Re-opens Restaurant as Inspection Blitz ResumesApril 13, 2000
Toronto Public Health Calls For Ban on Fresh Guatemalan Blackberries and RaspberriesApril 3, 2000
Toronto Public Health Re-Opens Food PremiseApril 3, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Results from Week Five of Restaurant BlitzMarch 31, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes 23rd Food Premise March 30, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes 22nd Food Premise and Another Re-opensMarch 28, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Results from Week Four Of Restaurant BlitzMarch 24, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes 21st Food Premise and Another Re-opensMarch 22, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes 20th Food Premise and Another Re-opensMarch 21, 2000
Another Restaurant Re-opensMarch 15, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes 16th Food Premise and One More Re-opensMarch 15, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes Two More RestaurantsMarch 15, 2000
Another restaurant re-opensMarch 13, 2000
Two Restaurants Closed Today and Three Re-openMarch 10, 2000
Toronto Public Health Releases Week Two Results of Restaurant BlitzMarch 9, 2000
Donut Shop Closes and Another Restaurant Passes Inspection and Re-OpensMarch 8, 2000
Cancer Coalition Meets to Develop Action Plan March 7, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes Another Restaurant, and Isabella Bar and Grill Re-opensMarch 7, 2000
Toronto Public Health Closes Another Restaurant and Declares Four Others OpenMarch 6, 2000
Another Restaurant Closed By Toronto Public HealthMarch 3, 2000
Another Closure by Toronto Public HealthMarch 3, 2000
Toronto Restaurant Inspection Blitz ContinuesMarch 2, 2000
Preliminary Restaurant Inspection ResultsFebruary 25, 2000
Retirement and Lodging Homes Action Team launches complaint hotline - 338-0001October 18, 1999
The "City Within A Park" Announces Pesticide Reduction ProgramJune 7, 1999
Healthy City Neighbourlies Award honours community innovationJuly 15, 1998
 

 

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