Toronto's Noise Bylaws

Toronto noise levels prompt concern from city's medical officer of health
Loud streets jeopardizing people's hearing, heart and mental health, report suggests.
By John Rieti, CBC News 

CBC.ca:
"Toronto can be one noisy city.
And that, Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eileen de Villa suggests in a new report, could not only be harming your hearing, but your cardiovascular system and mental health as well.
Next week, the board of health will discuss a set of measures aimed at turning down the volume in Toronto — potentially endorsing a "multi-pronged strategy" that could include reviewing the current noise bylaws."


Toronto's urban noise a huge health risk, officials warn.
Study finds Toronto noise levels are higher than what's recommended by World Health Organization.
By: Gilbert Ngabo 

MetroNews.ca:
"The city must act on urban noise, warn public health officials, as all that honking and jackhammering is harming our health.
Next week the city’s Board of Health will consider a staff report that explores the many symptoms and asks council and other levels of government"