Mayor Tory expected to make mandatory masks announcement

Masks won’t be mandatory just on the TTC. It will be everywhere in the city. Mayor John Tory is expected to make that announcement Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. after he and other GTA mayors called on the province to issue a mandatory mask order on Monday. Looking forward to making an announcement about masks […]
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