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Choose our local executive

Our AGM will precede our nomination meeting.     Read more »

Proposal: Allow notice by email, phone

At this year’s AGM, we’ll vote on any changes to our local constitution. I propose the following two amendments:

Proposed amendment 2014-1: Amend ¶11 of the constitution as follows:

11. The Executive must set the date for the nomination meeting. The Executive shall provide notice to all members of the EDA by regular mail, postmarked no later than 30 days prior to the nomination meeting.

Proposed amendment 2014-2: Amend ¶15 of the constitution as follows:

15. This constitution may be amended by a 75% vote of approval with at least 10% of the members present at a general meeting, except that no change may be considered by the meeting unless notice of the change proposed has been given to the members by regular mail postmarked at least 2 weeks prior to the date of the general meeting.

Walk the Don

“Walk the Don” is a free 2km guided tour of the rain gardens of Riverdale.     Read more »

Every vote should count

This movement is gaining momentum!  Sign the declaration.

Liberals increased their share of the popular vote by 1% over the 2011 election and receive 100% of the power.  How Ontario voted: LIB 39%, PC 31%, NDP 24%, GR 5%; what Ontario got: LIB 55%, PC 25%, NDP 20%.  Sign the Declaration of Voter's Rights.  www.fairvote.ca

Town hall: Action on climate change through electoral reform

Thursday, 2013 Nov 28, 7pm sharp
Ralph Thornton Community Centre, 765 Queen St E
2nd Floor Auditorium — doors open at 6:45 — free

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City Councillor Adam Vaughan will moderate as:

  • Stéphane Dion, Liberal Critic for Intergovernmental Affairs, former Minister of the Environment & former Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada,
  • Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada, and
  • Craig Scott, Democratic Reform Critic of the Official Opposition

speak about how electoral reform can help get action on climate change.

Invite your friends on Facebook.

2013 Sep 28: 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’ 2013 Annual General Meetings.

Riding Association AGMs
Saturday, 2013 September 28 at 2pm
Riverdale Library, Meeting Room, 370 Broadview Ave

(corner of Broadview and Gerrard St East)

All members, supporters and the public are welcome.

AGM agenda items:     Read more »

The price of carbon

2012 May 15: The “Great Lakes Need Great Friends” tour

Tuesday, 2012 May 15, 7:00 pm
The Argonaut Rowing Club
1225 Lake Shore Blvd. W.

This event  aims to forge links and build relationships in communities surrounding the Great Lakes, in an effort to protect the future of our shared water. It features presentations by Kevin McMahon, Director of Wildlife; Mark Mattson, Lake Ontario Waterkeepers; Chiefs of Ontario; and Maude Barlow, The Council of Canadians.

For more information, call 1-800-387-7177, or email inquiries@canadians.org.

2012 May 8: Climate Change Toronto Meetup

Tuesday, 2012 May 8, 6:30pm
OISE, 2nd floor
(252 Bloor St. W. @ St. George)

You’re invited to hear Dr. Richard Peltier, University of Toronto Physics Professor, founding director of U of T’s Centre for Global Change Science, and 2012 recipient of the Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering, speak about climate modelling and what it can tell us about the current state of climate change.

To learn more about Dr. Peltier and this event, visit the Climate Change Toronto Meetup site.

2012 Apr 21: Withrow Park cleanup

Saturday, 2012 April 21, 10am to 2pm
Withrow Park
, 725 Logan Ave

Calling all spring cleaning enthusiasts! This is your chance to help make Withrow a clean and safe place for our kids and pets to play. Plus, have fun in the fresh air as you clear away cigarette buts, parts of broken toys and lots and lots of plastic.

Meet at the Withrow Park Washroom Pavilion. If you show up late, don’t worry – there’ll be a sign-in sheet and some garbage bags waiting for you. For more details, click here.