The Council of Educators of Toronto (CET) and Toronto Community Housing (TCH) are co-hosting an info fair on post secondary access and outreach programs with on May 15th from 4-8pm at 931 Yonge St.
This is a great ‘one stop shop’ opportunity for youth to learn about the different options and pathways to access post secondary education. There will be raffle prizes and refreshments. TTC reimbursements will also be available.
Come out and support UforChange on May 24th at the Paint Box Bistro (555 Dundas St. East)
Join the UforChange Crew for a summer night jammed with a DANCE & DJ BATTLE, live painting, cheap but classy food, drinks and great company!
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This meeting has been postponed due to insufficient RSVP’s. The meeting will take place on Thursday, September 19th, 2013, same place, same time. A reminder will be sent in August.
ACTION PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING
May 9, 2013 Thursday, September 19th, 2013
Time: 6 – 8 pm
Location: Rexdale Community Hub, Albion Neighbourhood Services, 21 Panorama Court, Suite 14, Toronto, ON M9V 4E3
On May 9th, 2013 The Look At My Life Project’s action planning committee will meet from 6 – 8 pm at the Rexdale Community Hub. This meeting will follow up on ideas and points generated at the Policy Dialogue and continue planning next steps for the Action Planning Committee and objectives for the upcoming year. We hope that all of you can come out and commit to being part of this group.
A light dinner will be served
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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When: Every WEDNESDAY May 15th to July 17th, 2013
Location: 80 Workman Way 6th floor, Rm. 6115
Workman Way is an internal street on the CAMH site at 1001 Queen
Street west between Ossington and Shaw
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Social Planning Toronto would like to invite you to A Triple Threat to Equity: Changing Priorities for Toronto Schools, please feel free to distribute this information with your friends and other concerned community members.
The Ministry of Education provides additional funding to school boards to support ESL students and students living in poverty. However the Toronto District School Board, like many Boards across the Province, uses much of this funding on other purposes.
Join us on in launching a campaign to get the TDSB to spend the funding it receives for ESL students and students living in poverty on programs and supports that provide equitable learning opportunities for our City’s most marginalized students.
Date: Monday, May 6th, 2013
Time: Registration begins at 6:30 PM, Presentation begins at 7:00 PM
Location: Metro Central YMCA Auditorium
2nd Floor, 20 Grosvenor St. (two blocks north of College Subway, west of Yonge)
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2V5
Choose from one of four fantastic sessions on different ways to engage in local issues
Ever wonder what it’s like in a Councillor’s office? How do politicians respond to your concerns when you contact them? Listen to former Scarborough Councillors and representatives from Councillors’ offices!
Ever had an idea or vision to change something in your community? Chances are, you’re not alone! Hear from action-oriented residents and learn how to start a local campaign or project!
Occasionally, we hear of activism taking place in the downtown urban core. But did you know that activism happens in Scarborough, FOR Scarborough? Listen to community activists and how they work on pressing issues that matter to you! INFORMATION PACKAGE