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Diesel Train Information Evening

Clean Train Coalition
presents a
Diesel Train Information Evening

at

Annette Street Public Library
145 Annette Street
Tuesday June 1, 7pm

Are you aware that Metrolinx plan to run hundreds of polluting, diesel-powered trains through this neighbourhood? Are you concerned about air quality and healthy neighbourhoods? Come meet

Members of the Clean Train Coalition, the grassroots group demanding that this rail line GO ELECTRIC.

Bells on Bloor!

Join Toronto's biggest pedal-powered parade in a musical ride along Bloor Street. Meet at High Park Saturday, May 29th at noon. Come ring your bells along Bloor St. from High Park to Queens Park to demonstart the need fro bike lanes on Bloor! www.bellsonbloor.ca

Clean Train Coalition

Metrolinx Electrification Study Update and Public Meeting
Metrolinx is hosting a public meeting this Thursday to update community members on the electrification study. After a brief presentation, there will be an opportunity for people to ask questions and provide feedback on work done to date.

Join the Clean Train Coalition as we continue to insist that only clean, quiet electric trains should be used for expansion of service on the densely populated Georgetown rail corridor. Don’t miss this opportunity to let Metrolinx know what you think!

COMMUNITY COUNCIL ON FEDERAL ISSUES

Topic: Federal Transportation Policy and Metrolinx

Wednesday, May 19, 2010
7:00-9:00pm

Location: Bishop Marrocco Catholic Secondary School, 1515 Bloor Street West (at Dundas Street West)

Please join me for my next regular “Community Council on Federal Issues (flyer with agenda at http://www.gerardkennedy.ca/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/Community-Council-Flyer-May-20101.pdf ).

TOWN HALL: An Evening With Alanna Mitchell, author of

Date: Wed., May 19, 2010

Time: 7 pm - 9 pm

Place: Lawrence Park Community Church

2180 Bayview Avenue, Toronto

Moderated by Michele Landsberg

Invited guests: Rob Oliphant, MP for Don Valley West
Kathleen Wynn MPP for Don Valley West

Sea Sick is the first book to examine the current state of the world's oceans, and the great unexamined ecological crisis of the planet: the fact that we are altering everything about the oceans, from their temperature, salinity, and acidity, to the life within them.

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