So four weeks ago I wrote a blog post about my birthday picnic, scheduled for October 5th, 2pm, at Trinity Bellwoods Park.
Since then, I’ve learned that some other guy named David is ALSO having a party on October 5th, at 2pm, in Trinity Bellwoods Park!
It seems that the Logistics Team at the International Davids Schedule Coordination Centre was asleep at the wheel.
Luckily, it looks like it’s gonna work out fine! Continue reading
Who wants to be mayor? A whole bunch of people!
Take the time to find out why these folks are running, and what they’re proposing for Toronto.
[Each photo links to their website. Listed alphabetically by first name]
Forty days from now, I’m turning 40.
If you’d like to help me celebrate, please put aside one dollar each day between now and then, and join me for a potluck picnic at Trinity Bellwoods Park!
The donations will be split among these local all-star organisations: Social Planning Toronto • SOY • Urban Alliance on Race Relations • Unlock Democracy • Women in Toronto Politics • Toronto Environmental Alliance • Gerstein Centre • Cycle Toronto • Art Starts • Toronto Harm Reduction Alliance
The picnic is on October 5th, at 2pm, in Trinity Bellwoods Park. We’ll be in the south end of the park. Look for blue balloons. : )
RSVP on Facebook
painting by Liam Rainsford. Check out his amazing video showing how he painted it.
The Downtown De-Fence Project is at it again, and we need your brawn to help us out!
No experience required. Bring a pair of pliers, if you have any. (Available at Dollarama)
Each time we take down a fence, we liberate a lawn, and our hearts.
Open neighbourhoods say “hi“. Fences say “go away“.
Learn more about the Downtown De-Fence Project, and then join us on Sunday!!
Neighbourhood Fence Removal
Sunday June 16, 2pm
50 Campbell Ave
This week, I had the privilege of spending some time with Steve Paikin, and talking about the merits of municipal ranked ballots and runoff voting.