Archive for 2011 January

2011 Feb 19: Riding association AGMs

You are invited to attend the Toronto-Danforth Federal Green Party Association and the Green Party of Ontario’s Toronto Danforth Constituency Associations’ 2011 Annual General Meetings.

Riding Association AGMs
Saturday, 2011 February 19, 3 pm (1 hour)
Ralph Thornton Centre, 765 Queen St East (east of Broadview)
Pape Library was double booked

All members, supporters and the public are welcome.

Also, Adriana’s campaign team is going to have an eat-and-meet at earlier that day.  Please feel free to join us:

Campaign Team Meeting
Saturday, 2011 February 19, 1 pm
The Real Jerk, 709 Queen St E (at Broadview)

AGM agenda items:     Read more »

Green Party of Ontario AGM

GPO Annual General Meeting
Friday – Sunday, 2011 April 15 – 17
Huntsville, Ontario
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2011 Jan 20: Report on Cancún

Adriana will be one of the speakers reporting back from the UN climate change negotiations in Cancún.

Cancún: Eyewitness Report and Discussion
Thursday, 2011 January 20, 7 pm
Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil Street

(east of Spadina, south of College)


  • Andrea Harden — Energy Campaigner, Council of Canadians.
  • Adriana Mugnatto-Hamu — JustEarth, Toronto Climate Campaign, Post Carbon Toronto.
  • John Dillon — Economic Justice Program Coordinator, KAIROS.


Carbon capture looks even dumber

Our government’s focus on carbon capture as a way of reducing emissions was always expensive.  Now it looks like it might not even work at all.     Read more »

2011 Jan 26: Political Change for a Climate in Crisis

Wednesday, 2011 January 26, 7 to 9 pm
Trinity St Paul’s United Church
427 Bloor St West

Join JustEarth for an exciting talk by political experts on political solutions to a climate in crisis.


  • Glen Murray — Liberal MPP, Minister of Research and Innovation, former chair of the National Roundtable on Environment and Economy, and former mayor of Winnipeg.
  • Lynn McDonald — Professor Emerita, former MP, sociologist and author.
  • Peter H. Russell — Constitutional Expert, Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto, and author.
  • Moderator: David Neelands — Dean of Divinity at Trinity College, University of Toronto.