Archive for 2010 October

2010 Oct 26: Danforth Greens Pub Night

Monthly Danforth Greens Pub Night
Tuesday, 2010 October 26, 7 pm – 10 pm
Gabby’s in the “Library Room”
729 Danforth Ave, east of Pape

We meet on the last Tuesday of each month.  Please join us!

Ward 30 race gets tighter

A couple of weeks ago, I personally endorsed Andrew James’s municipal campaign in Ward 30 on the strength of his platform, which courageously called for road tolls and a rapid phaseout of fossil fuels in buildings across the city.  Today, Andrew dropped out of the race and endorsed Liz West.  I cannot endorse Liz West myself.  She seems to be a nice, approachable lady who may be a reasonable voice for the ward, but I can detect no policy commitment that would inspire confidence in the direction she will take at City Hall.

We can’t afford to drop heating costs

I voted Green for the first time in 2004, and the reason was because Jack Layton was running on a platform of keeping fuel costs low, and I knew even then that this was a disastrous direction.  He’s at it again.     Read more »

2010 Toronto municipal elections — locate your polling station

It’s easy to find out when and where to vote (including advanced polls) here: http://app.toronto.ca/vote2010/whereToVote.do

2010 Oct 14: West Don Lands community update meeting

Thursday, 2010 October 14, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
St. Lawrence Hall, The Great Hall, 157 King St East

For more info: info@waterfrontoronto.ca or 416-214-1344

Waterfront Toronto will host a community update meeting on the West Don Lands.  From their announcement:

The meeting will feature an open house and variety of short presentations on projects underway in the area. Community members will also have an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.     Read more »

2010 Oct 10: Thanksgiving solar potluck

I invite everyone to enjoy a solar-heated potluck Thanksgiving dinner with my family at our home.  My friend Rita is lending us her solar oven, which we’ll set up in the yard.  Bring something to share.  Make it local if you can to cut down on emissions because this event is one of the Global Work Day events to fight climate change.  We’ll share whatever is left over with a soup kitchen to honour the first annual World Homeless Day.

Thanksgiving solar potluck dinner
Sunday, 2010 October 10, 5pm – 9pm

18 Victor Ave
(2 blocks north of Gerrard; just east of Broadview)
all welcome