The Toronto Community Housing Corporation wants to sell over 700 houses, displacing thousands of tenants from their homes and neighbourhoods. In Toronto, over 80 000 people are already waiting for affordable housing and many more struggle with homelessness, poverty and unemployment. This evening will bring together City Councillors, thought leaders and activists to discuss the importance of affordable housing, the path to a strong and thriving Toronto, and the fight to save Toronto's social housing.
All are Welcome. Refreshments Provided.
Ana Bailao, City Councillor
Olivia Chow, MP Trinity-Spadina
Rosie DaSilva, Tenants for Social Housing
Paula Fletcher, City Councillor
Michael Kaufman, Author and Co-Founder of the White Ribbon Campaign to end Violence against Women. Mike Layton, City Councillor
Roy Mitchell, Executive Director Trinity Square Video and Board Member of PRIDE Toronto
Michael Shapcott, Director of Housing and Innovation, Wellesley Institute
Adam Vaughan, City Councillor.
Presented by the Toronto Social Action Coalition: TorontoSocialActionCoalition@gmail.com
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