Archive for Actions

Sat Aug 28: A walk in the park

Saturday, 2021 August 28, 10 am to noon
Withrow Park, starting near the unfenced playground

Maryem and friends will be visiting Withrow Park on Saturday.

Wed Aug 25: Collecting signatures at Carrot Common

Maryem needs 100 Toronto-Danforth voters to request that she appear on the ballot. We’ll be collecting 150 just to be sure.

Come out and say hello! Come out and sign! Come out and help collect signatures!

Update: The core team has 179 signatures, and several satellite volunteers will be adding more. Signature collecting is done!

Demo at the debate: Support democracy

Monday, 2015 September 28, 6pm – 7pm
Roy Thompson Hall, 60 Simcoe St

Constantine Kritsonis created this event to protest Elizabeth May’s exclusion from the leaders’ debates:     Read more »

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.

Don Mouth Vision threatened again

Battles for good planning are lost only once but must be won over and over and over again to continue prevailing.  Once again, we are struggling against a small-minded view that would attempt to contain the full flow of the Don River in storm as it courses through a waterfront newly coated with densely packed buildings including a possible big box development.

What former GPC candidate Sharon Howarth led the fight for was the broad and compelling vision of a Don Mouth re-born into something like what nature intended for it – a broad wetland floodplain with a meandering river, filled with songbirds and tall grasses and boardwalks for people to enjoy.  Her vision prevailed in the public mind and thousands of citizens demanded it.  This led to an inspired visioning process that created an award-winning and internationally recognized design.  Since that time, the elements of that design are constantly being chipped away in the name of economy and profit.

Write to your Councillor now (all comments must be in before April 15 so do it today before you forget) and demand that the City recommit to more green space and more renaturalization.  Demand more wetlands to economically clean the air and water, and to help absorb and manage the floods that climate change is likely to inflict on the city.     Read more »

2012 Mar 17: IFAW’s Day of Action

I experienced my most aggressive interviewer today. It was kind of funny.     Read more »

St Patrick’s Day activities

Pub crawl and sub crawl
Saturday, 2012 March 17
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Join women on the bridge

for International Women’s Day
Thursday, 2012 March 8, 5pm
East end of Bloor Street viaduct
(west of Broadview subway station,
north side parkette at Danforth and Cambridge)

Join Adriana Mugnatto-Hamu, Green Party of Canada candidate in the current by-election for Toronto-Danforth for a march in solidarity with people everywhere who seek equality for women, especially as elected representatives in government.  In Canada, only 25% of our elected representatives in the House of Commons are women.  Adriana is the only woman in a field of 11 candidates in the Toronto-Danforth by-election.     Read more »

2012 Feb 24: Young Greens weekend blitz

Friday, 2012 Feb 24 – Sunday, 2012 Feb 26
Campaign Headquarters, 393 Danforth Ave

Young Greens, we need your help, Meet other Young Greens, have a blast, and help us win this by-election.

The campaign will pay ALL of your expenses while you are with us; food, drink, local transportation, and accommodations (if you are coming in from out of town).  Anyone who volunteers over 10 hours gets a free t-shirt,  and we have other prizes and events planned for our volunteers.     Read more »

Town Hall with Elizabeth May, Georges Laraque & Adriana

Friday, 2012 March 2, 7pm – 9pm
Estonian House, 958 Broadview Avenue

Come meet Green Party Leader and Canada’s first Green MP, Elizabeth May, joined by Deputy Leader Georges Laraque.  Elizabeth and Georges will be in the riding to answer all your questions about Green Party policy and how Adriana will help double your voice in Parliament.

Bring your questions and meet:

  • Elizabeth May — Green Party Leader and Member of Parliament.
  • Georges Laraque — Green Party Deputy Leader, animal welfare advocate, and retired NHL player.
  • Adriana Mugnatto-Hamu — Green Party candidate for Toronto-Danforth and community activist.

Green Party of Canada Leader Elizabeth MayDeputy Leader Georges LaraqueToronto-Danforth by-election candidate Adriana Mugnatto-Hamu

Update: Videos and photos from the event:     Read more »

All-candidates debate

Thursday, 2012 March 15, 7pm – 9pm
Don Mills United Church, 126 O’Connor Ave (at Pape)

Join us at an all-candidates debate on March 15th. This is your chance to listen to the candidates debate key issues and answer your questions. Come meet Adriana and the other candidates.

Above, video of full event courtesy of David Langer.

Below, offsets to Adriana’s bits:     Read more »

All-candidates meeting

Thursday, 2012 March 1st, 7pm-9pm
Applegrove Community Complex
(Duke of Connaught School, near Queen and Greenwood)

Please join us at Duke of Connaught for the first of two scheduled all-candidates meetings for the 2012 Toronto-Danforth federal by-election. Meet Adriana and the other candidates, ask questions, and find out more about the campaign at this all-candidates meeting.

Update: Photos from the event:     Read more »

Please help release President Nasheed of the Maldives

President Mohammed Nasheed has been ousted by a military coup and is under house arrest.  I’m taking a bit of time out of my campaign to urge everyone to help him.  Please sign this petition and then write to Prime Minister Harper, urging him to use his influence to secure the release of Mr Nasheed.

President Nasheed was the first democratically elected leader of the Maldives.  Hear why we need his voice to be free:

Stop online censorship

On Wednesday 2012 January 18, thousands of sites will go dark to protest SOPA & PIPA, two US bills racing through Congress that threaten online security and freedom of expression.

Earth Hour 2012

Saturday, 2012 March 31, 8:30pm

Support the world’s largest environmental event in 2012! Join the more than 52,00 cities and towns in 135 countries around the world that turn off their lights for one night. To find out more, visit earthhour.org.