Toronto Public Library Presents Urban Voters Series – Featuring Susan Eng


Make an informed vote on October 25.

It’s time to get informed about the issues that matter to you.
Join us at Toronto Reference Library and North York Central Library.

Ageing in the City: Is Toronto an Age-Friendly Community?
Jane Barratt, International Federation on Ageing
Glenn R. Miller, Canadian Urban Institute
Moderator: Susan Eng, CARP
Wed. Sept. 15, 7 pm
Toronto Reference Library

Toronto Divided: Update on the “Three Cities”
J. David Hulchanski, Centre for Urban and Community Studies
Tam Goosen, Urban Alliance on Race Relations
Moderator: Myer Siemiatycki, Ryerson University
Tues. Sept. 21, 7pm
North York Central Library

What’s the Plan?: Revitalization and the Road Ahead

John Lorinc, journalist,
Derek Ballantyne, BuildToronto
Marian Mohamud, Lawrence Heights resident and advocate
Beth Milroy, Ryerson University
Wed. Sept. 29, 7pm
Toronto Reference Library

Show me the Money: How to Fund Toronto’s Competing Priorities

Carol Wilding, Toronto Board of Trade
Winnie Ng, Toronto & York Region Labour Council
Moderator: Myer Siemiatycki, Ryerson University
Tues. Oct. 5, 7pm
North York Central Library