City looks for safe drop-in space for street-involved women

The city may come to the rescue of street-involved women who’ve had no safe place to shelter from the cold for months.

On Wednesday, council’s protection and community services committee directed city staff to find space in a city-owned community centre or other large facility, around the Dufferin area. The site would host drop-in services for Sage House for the remainder of the pandemic.

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