An Evening With Elizabeth May, federal Green Party Leader

Thurs. Oct 29 – Electric trains information meeting
hosted by Rosario Marchese


Array Music Studios, 60 Atlantic Ave, Suite 218 (in LibertyVillage)
Speakers: Mike Sullivan of the CTC will speak on the issue and Dr. Avrum Regenstreif will talk about electric train technologies.
Fri. Oct 30 – West Toronto Railpath opening


Railpath entrance at Wallace Avenue (south of Dupont, west of Perth, north of Bloor).
2:00 p.m start
RSVP: Toronto Protocol RSV...

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13 Ways to Make Cool Reusable Shopping Bags for Free

By Jaymi Heimbuch


Sure, there are a million places to shop for reusable grocery bags these days. But your home likely holds countless resources to help you create one-of-a-kind bags for free!
Raw materials for cool one-of-a-kind shopping bags are laying around your house right now. Make fun, unique, and thrifty reusable shopping bags that are either quick fixes or that will bring out the craftster in you.


Basic: These require no sewing, or only minimal sewing, and are super...

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Grandparents and Grandchildren Take Action on Climate Change!

For Our Grandchildren is a voluntary organization that connects grandparents who wish to ensure security and sustainability in the lives their grandchildren. Our organization explores the intimate relationship grandparents have with their grandchildren.


Our vision:
To connect and empower grandparents and prospective grandparents who are concerned about the effects of climate change, and enable them to join a movement to counter and prepare for these effects on behalf of all of our...

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Toronto Climate Campaign

International Climate Day of ActionSaturday, October 24, 2:00 pm Queen's Park, Toronto


Toronto Climate Campaign is organizing a rally on October 24th, aspart of a climate day of action. People across Canada and the worldwill be coming together as part of 350.org, building a movement tounite the world around solutions to the climate crisis – thesolutions that science and justice demand.


The focus of the October 24 event is 350 parts per million, a levelthat scientists have identi...

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The Parkdale High-Park COMMUNITY COUNCIL ON FEDERAL ISSUES

Your Invitation to a Public Meeting on“The Economy and the Environment”The Parkdale High-ParkCOMMUNITY COUNCIL ON FEDERAL ISSUES

Saturday, October 17, 2009
2:00pm – 4:00pmRunnymede Public School357
Runnymede Road (at Colbeck Street)


Parents and children welcome! Child care can be provided with 48 hours notice.

Dear Friend:

Please join me for my sixth “Community Council on Federal Issues”...

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