Established during the onset of GTA’s COVID-19 lockdown in March 2020 as part of a broader Community Coordination Plan (CCP).
CCP’s purppose is to ensure the emerging needs of vulnerable communities are addressed in a timely manner through coordinated, collective efforts of community organizations and other stakeholders who can leverage and share resources.
South Etobicoke Cluster borders
West: Mississauga border
North: Eglinton Avenue
East: Humber River
South: Lake Ontario
(Includes a portion of what’s considered Central Etobicoke).
Since 2020, Cluster agency participation has grown from 5 to over 20.
Representatives from larger institutions like Toronto Public Health, Toronto Community Housing Corporation and the Toronto District School Board also join cluster table meetings.
Senior staff from the agencies listed below meet bi-weekly to explore emerging issues, find collaborative solutions, and share resources.
Cluster members initiate and participate in working groups related to cluster-identified priorities to further enhance and support the ongoing work of the cluster as a whole.
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