Panellists to discuss transit, affordable housing at LAMP's budget talk

News Dec 05, 2017 Etobicoke Guardian

LAMP Community Health Centre is hosting a panel and breakout session this Saturday afternoon on Toronto’s 2018 budget.

Panellists will speak to how the city’s budget will impact transit, affordable housing and people on fixed incomes, among other topics.

The meeting of panel speakers followed by group discussions takes place Saturday, Dec. 9 from noon to 3 p.m. in the community room of LAMP Community Health Centre, 185 Fifth St. A light lunch will be served.

TTC tokens will be provided.

Panellists include: John Stapleton, an income security expert; Geordie Dent, executive director of the Federation of Metro Tenants Association; public transit advocate Steve Munro; TTCriders executive director Shelagh Pizey-Allen; and Leila Sarangi, community programs manager with Women’s Habitat.

Learn how the city’s 2018 budget impacts your life and what you can do about it.

Hear an introduction on how to make a deputation before community and city council, and learn more about how to get involved.

The city budget panel meeting is a collaboration involving LAMP, Social Planning Council, Women’s Habitat, South Etobicoke Legal Services and Stonegate Community Health Centre.

Contact Sarah Ali at 416-970-4704 or email sarah.ecc.isc@gmail.com to RSVP.

Panellists to discuss transit, affordable housing at LAMP's budget talk

Panel followed by group discussions takes place Saturday, Dec. 9

News Dec 05, 2017 Etobicoke Guardian

LAMP Community Health Centre is hosting a panel and breakout session this Saturday afternoon on Toronto’s 2018 budget.

Panellists will speak to how the city’s budget will impact transit, affordable housing and people on fixed incomes, among other topics.

The meeting of panel speakers followed by group discussions takes place Saturday, Dec. 9 from noon to 3 p.m. in the community room of LAMP Community Health Centre, 185 Fifth St. A light lunch will be served.

TTC tokens will be provided.

Panellists include: John Stapleton, an income security expert; Geordie Dent, executive director of the Federation of Metro Tenants Association; public transit advocate Steve Munro; TTCriders executive director Shelagh Pizey-Allen; and Leila Sarangi, community programs manager with Women’s Habitat.

Learn how the city’s 2018 budget impacts your life and what you can do about it.

Hear an introduction on how to make a deputation before community and city council, and learn more about how to get involved.

The city budget panel meeting is a collaboration involving LAMP, Social Planning Council, Women’s Habitat, South Etobicoke Legal Services and Stonegate Community Health Centre.

Contact Sarah Ali at 416-970-4704 or email sarah.ecc.isc@gmail.com to RSVP.

Panellists to discuss transit, affordable housing at LAMP's budget talk

Panel followed by group discussions takes place Saturday, Dec. 9

News Dec 05, 2017 Etobicoke Guardian

LAMP Community Health Centre is hosting a panel and breakout session this Saturday afternoon on Toronto’s 2018 budget.

Panellists will speak to how the city’s budget will impact transit, affordable housing and people on fixed incomes, among other topics.

The meeting of panel speakers followed by group discussions takes place Saturday, Dec. 9 from noon to 3 p.m. in the community room of LAMP Community Health Centre, 185 Fifth St. A light lunch will be served.

TTC tokens will be provided.

Panellists include: John Stapleton, an income security expert; Geordie Dent, executive director of the Federation of Metro Tenants Association; public transit advocate Steve Munro; TTCriders executive director Shelagh Pizey-Allen; and Leila Sarangi, community programs manager with Women’s Habitat.

Learn how the city’s 2018 budget impacts your life and what you can do about it.

Hear an introduction on how to make a deputation before community and city council, and learn more about how to get involved.

The city budget panel meeting is a collaboration involving LAMP, Social Planning Council, Women’s Habitat, South Etobicoke Legal Services and Stonegate Community Health Centre.

Contact Sarah Ali at 416-970-4704 or email sarah.ecc.isc@gmail.com to RSVP.