If you are a person with a developmental disability or are a family member, friend or supporter, this town hall event is an opportunity to meet with MPPs and share your concerns, needs and ask questions about the supports you recieve.
Join GenNext for a special Family Fun Food Friday during Ramadan at the Hyatt Mosque! Volunteers are responsible for food prep, serving, interacting and running fun activities with the families and clean up. Parking is available on site.
*Please note this location is not wheelchair accesible
If you have registered, and can no longer make it, please email email@example.com, so that we make sure your spot is filled.
Mentally Chill will be a night of 'chilling' while enjoying entertainment from those who have experience with mental health.
The lineup will include local singers, poets, dancers and speakers!
Enjoy a night of socializing in the company of delicious snacks and coffee.
An afternoon of trainings, strategy sessions, and networking to build the power of the transit movement.
Sunday May 26
12.00pm – 5.30pm
North York Civic Centre
Food & childcare provided (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before May 20 to register for childcare).
Free for TTCriders members and members of sponsoring organizations. Is cost a barrier? Contact us for a guest list spot at email@example.com.
The need for professionals and volunteers within the nonprofit sector to work together in a more integrated way grows every day. Held on the 4th Monday of every month, the Nonprofit Meet Up is a space for nonprofits to come together, share resources and support each other in the work that we do.
As Members of the PMI South Western Ontario Chapter, this is your opportunity to learn about the activities and future direction of the Chapter. The evening will also include the vote of the proposed bylaw changes.
This May we'll be getting up close and personal with that other f-word: FAILURE. What does failure mean to you? How do you experience failure? What is your approach for moving on from a setback? How can we develop resiliency against failure's debilitating effects?
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