Town hall meetings in Davenport to discuss federal budget, Syrian refugees

News Jan 11, 2016 Bloor West Villager

Davenport MP Julie Dzerowicz is hosting two separate town hall meetings this month: one to discuss the federal budget and another to discuss Syrian refugees.

Both town halls are free and open to the public and designed to engage the Davenport community in a conversation about these two important subjects.

Bill Morneau, minister of finance, is anticipated to present a budget in 2016.

The budget town hall takes place at the JJ Piccinnini Community Centre, 1369 St. Clair Ave. W., Thursday Jan. 14, at 7 p.m.

The Trudeau government has made a commitment to bring 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada by March 1.

The Syrian Refugee Town Hall objective is to provide a space for all those who are engaged in sponsoring or supporting the sponsorship of a Syrian family and/or those who would like to hear an update on the overall refugee effort with an opportunity to ask questions.

The town hall takes place Monday, Jan. 18 at 7 p.m. at Bloor Collegiate Institute, 1141 Bloor St. W., in the auditorium.

For details, contact julie.dzerowicz.C1@parl.gc.ca or 416-458-5784.

Town hall meetings in Davenport to discuss federal budget, Syrian refugees

News Jan 11, 2016 Bloor West Villager

Davenport MP Julie Dzerowicz is hosting two separate town hall meetings this month: one to discuss the federal budget and another to discuss Syrian refugees.

Both town halls are free and open to the public and designed to engage the Davenport community in a conversation about these two important subjects.

Bill Morneau, minister of finance, is anticipated to present a budget in 2016.

The budget town hall takes place at the JJ Piccinnini Community Centre, 1369 St. Clair Ave. W., Thursday Jan. 14, at 7 p.m.

The Trudeau government has made a commitment to bring 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada by March 1.

The Syrian Refugee Town Hall objective is to provide a space for all those who are engaged in sponsoring or supporting the sponsorship of a Syrian family and/or those who would like to hear an update on the overall refugee effort with an opportunity to ask questions.

The town hall takes place Monday, Jan. 18 at 7 p.m. at Bloor Collegiate Institute, 1141 Bloor St. W., in the auditorium.

For details, contact julie.dzerowicz.C1@parl.gc.ca or 416-458-5784.

Town hall meetings in Davenport to discuss federal budget, Syrian refugees

News Jan 11, 2016 Bloor West Villager

Davenport MP Julie Dzerowicz is hosting two separate town hall meetings this month: one to discuss the federal budget and another to discuss Syrian refugees.

Both town halls are free and open to the public and designed to engage the Davenport community in a conversation about these two important subjects.

Bill Morneau, minister of finance, is anticipated to present a budget in 2016.

The budget town hall takes place at the JJ Piccinnini Community Centre, 1369 St. Clair Ave. W., Thursday Jan. 14, at 7 p.m.

The Trudeau government has made a commitment to bring 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada by March 1.

The Syrian Refugee Town Hall objective is to provide a space for all those who are engaged in sponsoring or supporting the sponsorship of a Syrian family and/or those who would like to hear an update on the overall refugee effort with an opportunity to ask questions.

The town hall takes place Monday, Jan. 18 at 7 p.m. at Bloor Collegiate Institute, 1141 Bloor St. W., in the auditorium.

For details, contact julie.dzerowicz.C1@parl.gc.ca or 416-458-5784.