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Downtown Toronto workers ready to return to work: survey
By Talent Canada staff
A majority of downtown Toronto workers say they feel comfortable working on location in the downtown core, according to a Toronto Region Board of Trade survey released this week.
Of the 507 survey respondents, 64 per cent indicated they would be comfortable working on location. Eighty-three per cent said they would feel safe to be on location in the workplace.
Survey results were gathered between Jan. 29 and Feb. 5.
The news comes as Toronto officials recommend the city moves out of the current stay-at-home order towards the grey-lockdown category of Ontario’s pandemic response.
The current stay-at-home order is due to expire March 8.
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