Coronavirus: Toronto City Council to meet virtually Thursday due to COVID-19

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Toronto City Council will hold a special meeting online Thursday due to restrictions on public gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

City councillors will use an online video conferencing platform while the public can watch a livestream of the meeting.

It’s the first time councillors of Canada’s most populous city will meet virtually.

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Mayor John Tory’s report on the COVID-19 emergency response is on the agenda, which has already been posted online.



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