Social Planning Toronto is considering our future direction and priorities and how we can make a difference in Toronto in the next five years. We are talking to organizations and individuals in the city and invite you to contribute your thoughts and ideas to our planning process.
We all know that social planning is important to the future of the city and the well-being of its residents. We also know that the city is changing. What does this mean for SPT? What do we want to change? What impact do we want to have? What should we focus on in the next five years? How should we do our work?
We invite you to join us at one of the community consultations to talk about social planning in Toronto and to share your thoughts and ideas on directions and priorities for SPT.
Monday, January 25th, 2016
College Street United Church
454 College St. (College & Bathurst)
Register at https://downtowncommunityconsultation.eventbrite.ca
- Etobicoke/North York
Thursday, January 21st, 2016
Thistletown Multi-Service Centre (Community Centre)
Ted Hodgson Room, 3rd Floor
925 Albion Road (a block east of Islington).
Register at http://sptconsultationetobicoke-northyork.eventbrite.ca
Tuesday, January 26th, 2016
Social Planning Toronto Office
1652 Keele St. (Keele & Rogers)
Register at http://sptcommunityconsultationyork.eventbrite.ca
Thursday, January 28th, 2016
Scarborough Village Community Centre
3600 Kingston Rd. (Kingston/Markham)
Register at http://sptcommunityconsultationscarborough.eventbrite.ca
Questions? Want more information? Contact Caryl Arundel, the consultant who is helping us develop our plan for the future. Caryl can be reached at email@example.com or 416 239-2659.