Brad Bradford

Toronto City Councillor
Beaches - East York | Ward 19

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A record day for road safety at...

Today's meeting of Toronto-East York Community Council may well have been a record-breaker for a single City ward. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of thousands of community members who've been reaching out to my office, community council...

Gardiner/Lake Shore Construction Update

Starting August 31, 2021 at 9pm the Logan Ramps at the east end of the Gardiner are going to be permanently closed. This work is part of a much larger project to reconfigure the Gardiner, improve Lake Shore Boulevard East and create flood...

Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations for...

We’ve seen that vaccines are the best safeguard we have in the fight against COVID. The City of Toronto has made incredible strides towards meeting our vaccination targets, with over 2,300,000 people partially vaccinated and over 2,000,000 people...

Launching the Live Music on Patios...

It's official! Toronto's Live Music on Patios Pilot has launched, ready for the long weekend! This is all about supporting the local music sector, bringing more energy to our main streets & helping businesses back on their feet.Lots of...

Bringing a community garden to Dentonia...

A group of engaged, passionate residents are working hard to bring a community garden to a portion of Dentonia Park. There is a detailed process to create a community garden on City of Toronto parkland, and one of the steps is having demonstrated...

City action on LDD Moth (European Gypsy...

The LDD moth (formerly Gypsy Moth) populations have been very concerning this year, not just in Beaches-East York but also around the city. City of Toronto forestry staff are aware of this and I’ve been working closely with them to make sure they...

Misinformation about affordable housing...

Hi there, I’m posting this update because many community members have received some problematic and stigmatizing misinformation in the mail and online about the City’s proposal for much needed affordable housing at Queen and...

A Canada Day of Reflection

This will be a Canada Day like no other. As we come out of a collective daze, trying to make sense of immeasurable suffering and literal, unquantifiable loss, I know many of us are left wondering: what should we do today, how should we...

July Community Newsletter!

Check your mailboxes, folks - my community newsletter is being mailed out at this moment! My first newsletter of 2021 will provide updates on some critical community projects, events from the past year, and more information on the important work...

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