Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild – Public Survey Results

While the City continues to work on reducing the spread of COVID-19 and ensuring the delivery of essential and critical City services, it is also working to prepare for Toronto’s recovery. The City established the Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild (TORR) in April 2020 to:

• coordinate engagement and research • develop the City’s recovery strategies • recommend actions to rebuild and reimagine the way the City delivers programs and services.

Since the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City has received input from residents and businesses through many different avenues including outreach by the Mayor’s Economic Support and Recovery Task Force. This feedback has helped shape the City’s response to the crisis, and will help shape future actions to recover and rebuild. On May 29th, 2020, the Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild launched a public survey to hear from residents, community groups and businesses on how they have been affected and how we can work together to recover, rebuild and support the long term success of the city.

For all related Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild (TORR) engagement datasets, please see [here] (

Data and Resources

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Excerpt This dataset includes survey results of Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild Public Survey available from May 29-June 15th, 2020.
Limitations This dataset includes all survey records that were exported from the survey tool, including records that were started but not completed, i.e. partial completes. Test records were removed. Also, this dataset has been cleaned to remove offensive language and personal data, along with those responses that may fall into the “offensive speech” category upon contextual review.
Owner Division Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild
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Last Updated 2020-10-14 13:41:31.922946
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Date Published 2020-10-14 13:41:29.650834