How Change Happens: Making Our Voices Heard at City Hall and Queen’s Park
How Change Happens: Making Our Voices Heard at City Hall and Queen's Park
How can residents of Toronto have a voice on issues in our neighbourhoods, our schools, our city and our province? Discussion panel on Monday, June 23rd, 2014 about “How Change Happens!” With speakers:
- Patrick Brown, lawyer with McLeish Orlando LLP who contributed to the Coroner’s Inquest into cycling deaths and new provincial legislation to protect cyclists
- Tam Goossen, Vice President of the Urban Alliance on Race Relations and former school board trustee who organized with newcomer families to establish the international languages program at the Toronto District School Board
- Sibel Sarper, City of Toronto Cycling Infrastructure, who will explain how to use the City’s new Cycling App, and how it will inform new developments on our roads
- Jared Kolb, Executive Director of the Cycle Toronto
This free Bike Month event also features a civic engagement trivia contest and activities for kids, light refreshments. It’s offered in partnership with the Bike Host program. Come out, connect with us, and have fun.
Monday June 23, 6:30-9:00pm
Lillian H. Smith Library
239 College Street, lower level (one block east of Spadina)
Your RSVP will help us with planning.
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