Toronto Renovates Homeowners Program Resumes Accepting Assessment Requests

Posted on November 17, 2015

The Toronto Renovates Homeowners Program has resumed accepting Assessment Request forms.

The Toronto Renovates Homeowners Program offers federal/provincial funding for lower-income seniors and people with a disability who wish to make health and safety repairs or accessibility modifications to their homes.

Once a request form has been approved, a Toronto Renovates program officer will contact you to arrange an appointment. You can download the form or contact the Affordable Housing Office at 416-397-4169 to have one mailed to you.
http://www1.toronto.ca/City%20Of%20Toronto/Affordable%20Housing%20Office/Shared%20Content/pdf/Assessment%20Request%20Form%201%20(Oct%202015).pdf

A brochure listing other sources of potential funding for home repairs is available herehttp://www1.toronto.ca/City%20Of%20Toronto/Affordable%20Housing%20Office/Shared%20Content/pdf/A1507226%20HomeownersAssProgTag.pdf

High Park Stewards: Buckthorn Busting – Sunday, November 22

Posted on November 17, 2015

High Park Stewards: Buckthorn Busting

Sunday, November 22 10:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Grenadier Restaurant, Colbourne Lodge Drive and Centre Road, Toronto, ON

Many people are needed to help us remove buckthorn, a highly invasive shrub that competes with native plants. It’s a great way to make a difference while taking out your frustrations on aggressive flora.

Meet us in front of the Grenadier Restaurant at 10:30 am, and we will go together to the site. We meet rain or shine, but not during lightning storms. Gloves and tools will be provided.

For more information:
http://www.highparknature.org/wiki/wiki.php?n=VolunteerOpportunities.VolunteerStewardship

You're invited to Toronto's Second Annual Festival of House Culture!

Posted on November 17, 2015

Festival of House Culture image

You’re invited to a weekend of music, arts, food, 

conversations, and other fun activities – 

all in people’s homes!

 

Toronto’s Second Annual Festival of House Culture is December 3-6, with simultaneous programming in Little Italy/Trinity Bellwoods and The Junction/Roncy/West Bend. There’s going to be live music of all kinds, theatre, dancing, eating, art-making, neighbourhood walks, poetry, puppetry, storytelling, gift-swapping, inspiring conversations, and lots more (full schedule below). All events will have ample time to get to know your neighbours, hang out, and make new friends!

 

Within each of the two areas, all gatherings are in walking distance, and timed so you can attend as many as you want. Most events include several performances and activities. There’s a suggested, voluntary donation of $10-20 per event, less for attending several. All proceeds go to the 40+ Culture Makers singing, playing, dancing, cooking, and putting on activities in the festival!

 

Toronto’s Second Annual

Festival of House Culture

Neighbourhood schedules: 

Be sure to check online for updates . . .

T H U R S D A Y   D E C .  3
IN THE JUNCTION / RONCY / WEST BEND
When? Where? What?
5pm The Wiggle Room
(Raph & Bea’s pad)

 

2237A Dundas West

PUPPETRY JAM

 

An interactive shadow puppet workshop. We’ll provide the space, art supplies, snacks, and a bit of guidance, and together we’ll create an impromptu shadow puppet show to go on at 8PM.

8pm The Wiggle Room
(Raph & Bea’s pad)

 

2237A Dundas West

SHADOW PUPPET SHOW

 

Shadow puppet show with live music by Sandra Taylor!

 

F R I D A Y   D E C .  4
IN THE JUNCTION / RONCY / WEST BEND
When? Where? What?
6pm Caroline’s house

 

570 Indian Road

OPENING POTLUCK

 

Bring whatever you’re inspired to share: hot, cold, food, drink, dessert, or just yourself. Include an ingredients card, and if you can bring your own cup, plate, and fork, too, even better! (To be confirmed)

7pm Caroline’s house

 

570 Indian Road

GREEN PARTY

 

Meet your neighbours; talk about how folks in one ‘hood can have fun reducing their carbon footprints and energy bills together; and tap your feet to the funky sounds and bluesy melodies of JENNIS (voice, guitar, bass, cello, and percussion).

10pm Dawn’s house

 

577 Indian Grove

CATWEAZLE OPEN STAGE

 

Anyone is welcome to come and share anything – music, poetry, stories, upside-down Arctic pelican dancing. MC’d by Luke Jackson and Michael Holt of The Catweazle Club, Roncy Village’s monthly open stage since 2013. A real Rhodes piano will be available for all you ebony-and-ivoryzers.

 

F R I D A Y   D E C .  4
IN LITTLE ITALY / TRINITY-BELLWOODS
When? Where? What?
8pm Brenna’s House

 

148 Montrose Avenue

SONGTELLING

 

Music and words weave in and out of each other as Michelle Willis (keyboard and voice) sings us her sultry, sophisticated indie-soul songs with Charles James (bass), and master storyteller Ariel Balevi warms our hearts with traditional Persian tales.

 

S A T U R D A Y
IN THE JUNCTION / RONCY / WEST BEND
When? Where? What?
1pm To be announced… GENDER JAM

 

A fun, inclusive conversation exploring ways to transcend the limits of gender roles. Facilitated by Kylie Somerville and Kyla Laxton, with mellow and powerful music by singer songwriter John Victor. (Alert: adult content)

4pm Joshua and Michelle’s house

 

606 Indian Road

WELCOMING TABLE

 

Dinner, and chamber music by The Junction Trio (flute, cello, violin).

8pm Michael’s loft

 

Dundas West Arts Building
2466 Dundas West
Loft # 501

HEADLINE SHOW: EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN TAP

 

Tap dance by Kylie Somerville with Damien Zielinski (guitar); improvised, interactive storytelling by Michael Boulger; and original classical/folk/gypsy music by Ivana Popovic (violin, voice) with Perry Maher (piano) and Steve Hillman (guitar, voice).

 

S A T U R D A Y   D E C .  5
IN LITTLE ITALY / TRINITY-BELLWOODS
When? Where? What?
5pm Meet at Main Gate of Trinity-Bellwoods Park SOUNDWALK

 

A guided tour of the ‘hood aimed at creating a renewed experience of environmental sounds. Optional dinner together in a restaurant afterwards. Facilitated by Hilary Martin.

7pm Dina’s House

 

158 Crawford Street

PIANO POETRY

 

7PM PIANO POETRY at Dina’s house (158 Crawford St), Concert pianist Heléna Bowkun plays two sets of Bach, Chopin, and Mozart on Dina’s Heintzman grand. Between the sets will be poetry by Bänoo Zan and Mahlikah Aweri, who will be accompanied by bass and percussion.

9pm Brenna’s House

 

148 Montrose Avenue

EMILYN AND JOHN ALBUM LAUNCH!

 

Emilyn Stam (fiddle & accordion) and John David Williams (clarinet & harmonica) are releasing their new CD of folk and dance music from North America, West and Eastern Europe, plus old time jazz, improvisations, and their own compositions. $10 entrance, or $15 with CD.

 

S U N D A Y   D E C .  6
IN THE JUNCTION / RONCY / WEST BEND
When? Where? What?
1pm Betty & Frank’s home

 

60 Heintzman St

FOLK BUILDING

 

An inclusive and inspiring conversation on activism and community building in the ‘hood – stuff like the Heinzman Street Festival, a proposed tool library, the Watkinson Parkand the role of House Culture. With gripping original folk music by Maria Kasstan.

4pm Meet outdoors at 60 Heintzman St SOUNDWALK

 

A guided tour of the ‘hood aimed at creating a renewed experience of environmental sounds. Facilitated by Hilary Martin.

5pm Janine & Michael’s house

 

14 Jerome St

SWAP & SWING

 

Not a spouse-trading event (well, it could be), but a Gift Circle, which is a fun activity designed to link up goods, services, passions, and needs in a community. With jazz by Sarah John (voice), Kevin Barrett (guitar), and Michael Holt (piano). Come ready to explore some goods and services you currently need, or might enjoy offering. And if you like, bring books, clothing, music, or cookies to swap!

7pm To be announced . . . POTLUCK WRAP PARTY

 

Break bread with your neighbours, celebrate the rise of House Culture in the city, make new connections to carry into 2016, and enjoy some rompin’ good folk, blues, and soul with Michelle Rumball’s Beauty Saloon. Bring whatever you’re inspired to share: food, drink, dessert, or just yourself. Include an ingredients card, and if you can bring your own cup, plate, and fork, too, even better! 

 

 

S U N D A Y   D E C .  6
IN LITTLE ITALY / TRINITY-BELLWOODS
When? Where? What?
5pm Meeting place to be announced

 

Bring your personal listening device

SILENT DISCO

 

Everyone downloads or streams the specially curated dance mix, hits PLAY at the same moment, and goes dancing through the ‘hood together along a predetermined route. Facilitated by Jared Bishop. 

6pm Aliah’s House

 

357 Euclid Avenue

CHILL TIME

 

Whether or not you’ve just danced your cold butt off during the Silent Disco (see previous event), come warm up and chill down with snacks and live piano by Mark Rainey.

7pm Llyandra’s House

 

306 Manning Avenue

A LAND BEFORE TINDER

 

An intimate and immersive exploration of relationships, gender, and sexuality in the context of “home”. Live performances, interactive art, romantic dining… Come over for a date. With Llyandra Jones, theatre artist, and several others. (Adult content.)

 

 

You’re invited to Toronto’s Second Annual Festival of House Culture!

Posted on November 17, 2015

Festival of House Culture image

You’re invited to a weekend of music, arts, food, 

conversations, and other fun activities – 

all in people’s homes!

 

Toronto’s Second Annual Festival of House Culture is December 3-6, with simultaneous programming in Little Italy/Trinity Bellwoods and The Junction/Roncy/West Bend. There’s going to be live music of all kinds, theatre, dancing, eating, art-making, neighbourhood walks, poetry, puppetry, storytelling, gift-swapping, inspiring conversations, and lots more (full schedule below). All events will have ample time to get to know your neighbours, hang out, and make new friends!

 

Within each of the two areas, all gatherings are in walking distance, and timed so you can attend as many as you want. Most events include several performances and activities. There’s a suggested, voluntary donation of $10-20 per event, less for attending several. All proceeds go to the 40+ Culture Makers singing, playing, dancing, cooking, and putting on activities in the festival!

 

Toronto’s Second Annual

Festival of House Culture

Neighbourhood schedules: 

Be sure to check online for updates . . .

T H U R S D A Y   D E C .  3
IN THE JUNCTION / RONCY / WEST BEND
When? Where? What?
5pm The Wiggle Room
(Raph & Bea’s pad)

 

2237A Dundas West

PUPPETRY JAM

 

An interactive shadow puppet workshop. We’ll provide the space, art supplies, snacks, and a bit of guidance, and together we’ll create an impromptu shadow puppet show to go on at 8PM.

8pm The Wiggle Room
(Raph & Bea’s pad)

 

2237A Dundas West

SHADOW PUPPET SHOW

 

Shadow puppet show with live music by Sandra Taylor!

 

F R I D A Y   D E C .  4
IN THE JUNCTION / RONCY / WEST BEND
When? Where? What?
6pm Caroline’s house

 

570 Indian Road

OPENING POTLUCK

 

Bring whatever you’re inspired to share: hot, cold, food, drink, dessert, or just yourself. Include an ingredients card, and if you can bring your own cup, plate, and fork, too, even better! (To be confirmed)

7pm Caroline’s house

 

570 Indian Road

GREEN PARTY

 

Meet your neighbours; talk about how folks in one ‘hood can have fun reducing their carbon footprints and energy bills together; and tap your feet to the funky sounds and bluesy melodies of JENNIS (voice, guitar, bass, cello, and percussion).

10pm Dawn’s house

 

577 Indian Grove

CATWEAZLE OPEN STAGE

 

Anyone is welcome to come and share anything – music, poetry, stories, upside-down Arctic pelican dancing. MC’d by Luke Jackson and Michael Holt of The Catweazle Club, Roncy Village’s monthly open stage since 2013. A real Rhodes piano will be available for all you ebony-and-ivoryzers.

 

F R I D A Y   D E C .  4
IN LITTLE ITALY / TRINITY-BELLWOODS
When? Where? What?
8pm Brenna’s House

 

148 Montrose Avenue

SONGTELLING

 

Music and words weave in and out of each other as Michelle Willis (keyboard and voice) sings us her sultry, sophisticated indie-soul songs with Charles James (bass), and master storyteller Ariel Balevi warms our hearts with traditional Persian tales.

 

S A T U R D A Y
IN THE JUNCTION / RONCY / WEST BEND
When? Where? What?
1pm To be announced… GENDER JAM

 

A fun, inclusive conversation exploring ways to transcend the limits of gender roles. Facilitated by Kylie Somerville and Kyla Laxton, with mellow and powerful music by singer songwriter John Victor. (Alert: adult content)

4pm Joshua and Michelle’s house

 

606 Indian Road

WELCOMING TABLE

 

Dinner, and chamber music by The Junction Trio (flute, cello, violin).

8pm Michael’s loft

 

Dundas West Arts Building
2466 Dundas West
Loft # 501

HEADLINE SHOW: EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN TAP

 

Tap dance by Kylie Somerville with Damien Zielinski (guitar); improvised, interactive storytelling by Michael Boulger; and original classical/folk/gypsy music by Ivana Popovic (violin, voice) with Perry Maher (piano) and Steve Hillman (guitar, voice).

 

S A T U R D A Y   D E C .  5
IN LITTLE ITALY / TRINITY-BELLWOODS
When? Where? What?
5pm Meet at Main Gate of Trinity-Bellwoods Park SOUNDWALK

 

A guided tour of the ‘hood aimed at creating a renewed experience of environmental sounds. Optional dinner together in a restaurant afterwards. Facilitated by Hilary Martin.

7pm Dina’s House

 

158 Crawford Street

PIANO POETRY

 

7PM PIANO POETRY at Dina’s house (158 Crawford St), Concert pianist Heléna Bowkun plays two sets of Bach, Chopin, and Mozart on Dina’s Heintzman grand. Between the sets will be poetry by Bänoo Zan and Mahlikah Aweri, who will be accompanied by bass and percussion.

9pm Brenna’s House

 

148 Montrose Avenue

EMILYN AND JOHN ALBUM LAUNCH!

 

Emilyn Stam (fiddle & accordion) and John David Williams (clarinet & harmonica) are releasing their new CD of folk and dance music from North America, West and Eastern Europe, plus old time jazz, improvisations, and their own compositions. $10 entrance, or $15 with CD.

 

S U N D A Y   D E C .  6
IN THE JUNCTION / RONCY / WEST BEND
When? Where? What?
1pm Betty & Frank’s home

 

60 Heintzman St

FOLK BUILDING

 

An inclusive and inspiring conversation on activism and community building in the ‘hood – stuff like the Heinzman Street Festival, a proposed tool library, the Watkinson Parkand the role of House Culture. With gripping original folk music by Maria Kasstan.

4pm Meet outdoors at 60 Heintzman St SOUNDWALK

 

A guided tour of the ‘hood aimed at creating a renewed experience of environmental sounds. Facilitated by Hilary Martin.

5pm Janine & Michael’s house

 

14 Jerome St

SWAP & SWING

 

Not a spouse-trading event (well, it could be), but a Gift Circle, which is a fun activity designed to link up goods, services, passions, and needs in a community. With jazz by Sarah John (voice), Kevin Barrett (guitar), and Michael Holt (piano). Come ready to explore some goods and services you currently need, or might enjoy offering. And if you like, bring books, clothing, music, or cookies to swap!

7pm To be announced . . . POTLUCK WRAP PARTY

 

Break bread with your neighbours, celebrate the rise of House Culture in the city, make new connections to carry into 2016, and enjoy some rompin’ good folk, blues, and soul with Michelle Rumball’s Beauty Saloon. Bring whatever you’re inspired to share: food, drink, dessert, or just yourself. Include an ingredients card, and if you can bring your own cup, plate, and fork, too, even better! 

 

 

S U N D A Y   D E C .  6
IN LITTLE ITALY / TRINITY-BELLWOODS
When? Where? What?
5pm Meeting place to be announced

 

Bring your personal listening device

SILENT DISCO

 

Everyone downloads or streams the specially curated dance mix, hits PLAY at the same moment, and goes dancing through the ‘hood together along a predetermined route. Facilitated by Jared Bishop. 

6pm Aliah’s House

 

357 Euclid Avenue

CHILL TIME

 

Whether or not you’ve just danced your cold butt off during the Silent Disco (see previous event), come warm up and chill down with snacks and live piano by Mark Rainey.

7pm Llyandra’s House

 

306 Manning Avenue

A LAND BEFORE TINDER

 

An intimate and immersive exploration of relationships, gender, and sexuality in the context of “home”. Live performances, interactive art, romantic dining… Come over for a date. With Llyandra Jones, theatre artist, and several others. (Adult content.)

 

 

News Release – Toronto's Dowling and Dunn Avenue bridges to be removed on weekend

Posted on November 17, 2015

News Release

November 17, 2015

Toronto’s Dowling and Dunn Avenue bridges to be removed on weekend

The Dowling Avenue and Dunn Avenue bridges over the Metrolinx rail corridor will be removed during the weekend of November 21 and 22. As a result of the work, the bridges will not be available for traffic, including bicycles and pedestrians as well as vehicles.

A new temporary bridge at Dowling Avenue, which will only accommodate pedestrians and cyclists, will open in December. A new temporary bridge at Dunn Avenue will open to vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists in March.

Motorists in the area will need to use Jameson Avenue or Dufferin Street to access Lake Shore Boulevard West, and should allow extra time to get to and from their destinations during these closures.

This work is necessary because the two bridges are approaching the end of their service life. The project is part of the City Council-approved 2015 capital works program.

There will be several lane and ramp closures this weekend as a result of the work:

  • closure of ramps from the westbound Gardiner Expressway to Dunn Avenue and Jameson Avenue
  • closure of the ramp from Jameson Avenue to the westbound Gardiner Expressway
  • closure of the westbound right turn lane on Lake Shore Boulevard between Dunn and Jameson, and
  • closure of a westbound Gardiner Expressway lane, restricting westbound traffic to two lanes in the vicinity of the Dowling Avenue bridge.

All closures will take place from Friday, November 20 at 9 p.m. to Monday, November 23 at 5 a.m.

The intersection of Jameson Avenue and westbound Lakeshore Boulevard will be controlled by paid-duty police to allow motorists to make right turns onto Jameson Avenue and to allow construction traffic to access the ramp to Jameson Avenue.

In order to mitigate traffic congestion as a result of this closure, the City will implement timing changes to traffic signals to enhance traffic flow on nearby routes and will provide real-time traffic information on the City’s overhead signs.

Lakeshore West GO train service will be affected as a result of this work. More information is available at http://www.gotransit.com.

The City has a web-based map to help residents and visitors make their travel plans, available at http://www.toronto.ca/roadrestrictions. Information about the City’s planned capital construction work, which also affects roads, is available at http://www.toronto.ca/inview.

This work is part of the City’s comprehensive, co-ordinated strategy to rehabilitate and upgrade Toronto’s roads, transit and underground infrastructure for current and future needs.

News Release – Toronto’s Dowling and Dunn Avenue bridges to be removed on weekend

Posted on November 17, 2015

News Release

November 17, 2015

Toronto’s Dowling and Dunn Avenue bridges to be removed on weekend

The Dowling Avenue and Dunn Avenue bridges over the Metrolinx rail corridor will be removed during the weekend of November 21 and 22. As a result of the work, the bridges will not be available for traffic, including bicycles and pedestrians as well as vehicles.

A new temporary bridge at Dowling Avenue, which will only accommodate pedestrians and cyclists, will open in December. A new temporary bridge at Dunn Avenue will open to vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists in March.

Motorists in the area will need to use Jameson Avenue or Dufferin Street to access Lake Shore Boulevard West, and should allow extra time to get to and from their destinations during these closures.

This work is necessary because the two bridges are approaching the end of their service life. The project is part of the City Council-approved 2015 capital works program.

There will be several lane and ramp closures this weekend as a result of the work:

  • closure of ramps from the westbound Gardiner Expressway to Dunn Avenue and Jameson Avenue
  • closure of the ramp from Jameson Avenue to the westbound Gardiner Expressway
  • closure of the westbound right turn lane on Lake Shore Boulevard between Dunn and Jameson, and
  • closure of a westbound Gardiner Expressway lane, restricting westbound traffic to two lanes in the vicinity of the Dowling Avenue bridge.

All closures will take place from Friday, November 20 at 9 p.m. to Monday, November 23 at 5 a.m.

The intersection of Jameson Avenue and westbound Lakeshore Boulevard will be controlled by paid-duty police to allow motorists to make right turns onto Jameson Avenue and to allow construction traffic to access the ramp to Jameson Avenue.

In order to mitigate traffic congestion as a result of this closure, the City will implement timing changes to traffic signals to enhance traffic flow on nearby routes and will provide real-time traffic information on the City’s overhead signs.

Lakeshore West GO train service will be affected as a result of this work. More information is available at http://www.gotransit.com.

The City has a web-based map to help residents and visitors make their travel plans, available at http://www.toronto.ca/roadrestrictions. Information about the City’s planned capital construction work, which also affects roads, is available at http://www.toronto.ca/inview.

This work is part of the City’s comprehensive, co-ordinated strategy to rehabilitate and upgrade Toronto’s roads, transit and underground infrastructure for current and future needs.

Newcomer Youth Program at West Neighbourhood House

Posted on November 17, 2015

The Newcomer Youth Program (NYP) at West Neighbourhood House is offering fun and exciting activities for newcomer youth, including a Resume Clinic on Monday, November 30th from 4:00 to 7:00 pm. Pre-registration is required for this event.

Mondays 4:00pm-7:00pm
Homework Club
Parkdale Public Library (1303 Queen St. W.)

Wednesdays 3:00pm-5:00pm
Youth Space Drop-In
Newcomer Youth Space (1499 Queen St. W., 2nd floor)

Wednesdays 6:00pm-8:00pm
Indoor Soccer
Alexander Muir School Gym (108 Gladstone Ave)

Thursdays 6:00pm-8:00pm
Girls’ Sports Group
Queen Victoria School Gym (100 Close Ave)
Youth Space Drop-In

Fridays 3:00pm-6:00pm
Silk Screening & Entrepreneurship
Newcomer Youth Space (1499 Queen St. W., 2nd floor)

Contact to Register:
Yathu: 416-206-8041
yathurjinith@westnh.org
Tenzin: 416-936-4004
tenzinno@westnh.org

resume clinic poster-page-001

NYP Program Flyer - Updated November 2015-page-001

Call for Nominations – Social Planning Toronto

Posted on November 17, 2015

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS TO THE SOCIAL PLANNING TORONTO BOARD OF DIRECTORS TO FILL A VACANCY

Social Planning Toronto is an incorporated and registered non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to:

  • independent social planning and community development;
  • social research and policy analysis;
  • community education and advocacy; and
  • the development and coordination of human services.

SPT is governed by a 15-person volunteer Board of Directors elected by its individual community and organizational membership at the Annual General Meeting (AGM).

There is currently a vacancy on the Board of Directors for a term that runs until May of 2017 and Social Planning Toronto is seeking nominations to fill that vacancy.

The Board is interested in recruiting candidates with demonstrated skills and experience in financial management and/or accounting, preferably in the non-profit and voluntary sector.  This position is expected to take on the role of Treasurer.

All SPT Board members serve as individuals committed to the purposes and mission of the SPT and to the important role of independent community social planning in helping to shape the quality of life for all of Toronto’s residents. Although Board members do not represent any particular community, constituency, or organization in Board service, the composition of the SPT Board should reflect as much as possible the character and nature of our community. To that end, in recruiting candidates for nomination to the Board, the Nominations Committee will apply the following considerations:

  • People of colour, people from racialized communities in the City
  • People from diverse ethnic identities and cultural traditions and backgrounds.
  • People who understand from their personal experience, work, and/or volunteer activity, issues important to vulnerable or marginalized community members (e.g. disability, sexual orientation, low income, age, etc.)
  • People who live, work, or volunteer in all geographic areas of the City.
  • People from a variety of professional or sectoral perspectives, such as labour, business, public service, social entrepreneurship, faith communities, academia, social justice movements.
  • Gender balance.

Individuals who agree to join the SPT Board to fill this vacant position will be making a commitment to a term of office that runs until the AGM in May, 2017. They will agree to attend monthly two- to three-hour Board meetings and to contribute an additional two to three hours a month to SPT committee, task group or other Board-related volunteer work. Nominees for the SPT Board must be members in good standing throughout that person’s term of office.

Interested individuals may submit their candidacy or nominate others to the

SPT Board by completing the attached Nomination Form and submitting it by Friday, December 4th, 2015 to:

 Maria Serrano, Director of Operations

Social Planning Toronto – 2 Carlton St., Suite 1001, Toronto, Ontario M5B 1J3

E-mail: info@socialplanningtoronto.org

Fax: 416-351-0107

Brian Eng

Nominations Committee Chair

All nominees will receive an acknowledgement.

For further information please contact:

John Willis, Board Chair– 416-319-0052 – pickupwillis@gmail.com

Brian Eng – Nominations Committee Chair, 416-432-0984- brian.eng@mac.com

Nominations Form 2015

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