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     Mayor of Toronto, John Tory is once more, asking for federal and provincial government help as the city has a $1.35 billion shortfall. 

    On Tuesday morning during a news conference, Tory explained a new executive committee report that he said explains a “substantial update” on the shock COVID-19 has had on the finances of the city. 

    Additionally, Tory explained that the services that would get impacted are transit, homelessness services and child care. “The city has incurred tens of millions of dollars of costs. Tory stayed.

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