Recent YSM Media

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The Medium on YSM’s new health and dental centre for street-involved youth at Evergreen

CBC News on the opening of the Richard and Lorelei Jenkins Family Health and Dental Centre at YSM’s Evergreen Centre for Street-Involved Youth

Angie discusses the surge in visits to YSM’s Food Bank, Poverty Hack-A-Thon and the importance of deeply affordable housing. Listen to the full interview (10:04 to 19:42) by The Rush with Reshmi Nair.

Yonge Street Mission’s Renaldo Wall Discusses Youth Services in the City. Read the full article by

‘Street-involved’ not homeless, and yes, give money if you have it. Read the full article by

How will vaccine passport system work in Ontario for people without cellphones? Watch the CTV news coverage here.

The Children’s Aid Society of Toronto and YSM partnership is growing rapidly, read more in CAS of Toronto’s Annual Report, page 18.

The Edge, Leader’s Magazine, interviewed Angie about our anniversary, YSM’s pandemic experience and goals for the future. Read the full article by The Edge here.

Covenant House & Yonge Street Mission create barrier-free clinics to inoculate at-risk youth as COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expands –

Raptors guard Norman Powell spreads holiday cheer to low-income families in Toronto – Toronto Star.







YSM serves take-out Thanksgiving meal. Watch now on CityNews.

Pets of vulnerably housed people, read the full Faith Today article about YSM’s vet clinic partnership.

Regent Park community group hosts back-to-school BBQ and supply giveaway, watch CTV new coverage here.

Four years ago, Toronto had 483 children living in its homeless shelters. This year there were more than a thousand. Then COVID hit. Read the full story in the Toronto Star.

Yonge Street Mission and Children’s Aid Society improving service outcomes for black families, read the story in Toronto Caribbean News.

Partnership tackles systemic racism in Children’s Aid Society of Toronto Read full story on

Here and Now Toronto with Gill Deacon: How the Yonge Street Mission is more than a food bank

Listen now on CBC.

The Cornerstone Partnership. YSM and CAS of Toronto partner to improve service outcomes for black families. Watch City TV News coverage.

Changing the Narrative: Building Solutions for Black Families. On July 9, 2020 join CAS of Toronto and YSM hosted a joint webinar exploring systemic racism and it’s impact on children, youth and families in our community. Watch City TV.

Toronto’s Yonge Street Mission calls on corporations to help feed people. Read More.

Yonge Street Mission continues serving community during coronavirus pandemic. Read More.

There isn’t a place for these kids to go’: As youth spaces close amid COVID-19, safety concerns rise. Read More.

Listen to CBC’s Here and Now radio clip about Yonge Street Mission bringing dignity to food bank use. Listen Now.