What do municipalities need from Ontario to build more inclusive and just communities?

Leading up to the provincial election, Social Planning Toronto is hosting an event to highlight the special relationship Ontario municipalities have with the Province and the importance of this relationship to community wellbeing.

Speakers from across Ontario will share insights, narratives, and recommendations around how the Province could better support and enable municipalities to build stronger, more equitable, and healthier communities. As cities move out of the pandemic, this non-partisan discussion will inform the broader conversation around what a just and equitable recovery and rebuild should look like.

Confirmed speakers: 

  • Christopher Jordan-Stevens, Community Living Huntsville
  • Shelagh Pizey-Allen, TTCriders
  • Joelle Lamport-Lewis, Social Research & Planning Council, Perth-Huron
  • Joy Angelique Agres, Community Development Council Durham
  • Sue Phipps, Canadian Mental Health Association, Hamilton

Co- sponsored by Social Planning Toronto, Social Planning Network of Ontario, Community Development Council Durham, TTCriders, Social Research & Planning Council Perth-Huron

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WHEN
May 18, 2022 at 12:00pm - 1:30pm
CONTACT
Israt Ahmed ·
227 RSVPS

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