TIFF Make Well – a series of free drop-in film workshops

Join the TIFF Community Initiatives team for Make Well; a series of free drop-in film workshops for folks over the…
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Bulletin May 2019 #16-613

  the Bulletin May 2019 1. Accessible Ontario - Budget An Accessible Ontario before 2025 may be a “mirage” due to…
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April 2019 Events

April Event Guide 2019 February free events guide PDF
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Bulletin 612 OPS, Privacy, Benefits

April 2019 #15 #612 DOWNLOAD and Print the paper Bulletin! DOWNLOAD Event Guide! thx Amber Graydon 1. Broken systems, changes The Ontario…
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April Events 2019

April 5 Dinner with a View...Of the Rich What does $550 get you in Toronto you ask? The creators of…
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Logo: 4 stylized stylized people in the middle of text: "Colour of Poverty Colour of Change"

Racialized Poverty in Health – Colour of Poverty—Colour of Change

Colour of Poverty—Colour of Change Fact sheets about poverty. The 2016 Census showed that 20.8% of peoples of colour in…
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Canada to pay $20 million Prison breaches of Rights

Canada to pay at least $20 million for breaching Charter Rights of Prisoners Patrick White, March 25, 2019, The Globe…
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Blue restaurant domes for the rich under the Gardiner where homeless people have slept many nights. Camps were destroyed by the city over the last month.

DINNER WITH A VIEW…OF THE RICH

Let's Eat Friday, April 5 | 6:30pm | The Bentway (250 Fort York Blvd.) What does $550 get you in Toronto you ask? The creators…
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Why “Meth Equals Death’ Isn’t Working as Drug Policy

Crystal meth: The myths and realities of chemsex in the queer community—BY JONATHAN VALELLY, NICK BOYCE, ZOË DODD, ALEXANDER MCCLELLAND, MIKIKI Now Magazine FEBRUARY 23,…
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