OneToronto to supporters: "We Must Raise the Bar for this Election"
Former Toronto Mayor David Crombie Expected to Speak
Monday night residents from across the city and activists from environmental, arts, labour, poverty, housing and cultural organizations will come together under the OneToronto banner. They will be learning more about what is at stake in this election and develop strategies for how to raise the bar for the election debate.
Those in attendance will be encouraged to call on their friends, neighbours and communities to get involved. Ultimately all who share the OneToronto vision will be taking their message directly to council and mayoral candidates and asking them to ensure their campaigns focus on building on our city's strengths, caring for our neighbours, protecting the environment, and valuing community.
What: OneToronto Emergency Public Meeting
Who: David Crombie (invited), Jack Blum (Reel Canada), Sandy Hudson (Chair, Canadian Federation of Students Ontario)
And: Award winning performers Tabby Johnson and Theresa Tova
For more information please contact Walied Khogali by email to
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