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Events December 2018

Check out the City of Toronto Event Listings


Please check website or  THE BULLETIN WEBSITE soon for free Holiday and Christmas meals. We will have the up-to-date list ASAP.

Here is the Winter shelter and drop-in schedule from TDIN.

Did you miss Getting Back in Touch Day on November 27th?

GBITD is basically just an excuse to reach out to people you care about but (for whatever reason) have trouble getting back in touch with. has a great greeting card to share electronically or print and send. The author is pretty cool too:
My name is Andrew. The woman I’m married to found me through my comics, which is the best love story of all time. I have multiple sclerosis & an extensive collection of mental illnesses. In addition to making CrustaceanSingles, I write fiction, write and record music, build strange musical instruments, co-author textbooks for learning French, and whisper conspiratorially into the void.

December  4 Rally for Real Affordable Housing

Toronto City Hall, Queen West and Bay St

Toronto is rapidly becoming a city for the rich and wealthy developers. Join ACORN members and housing allies to demand REAL affordable housing from John Tory and the new city council.

Emotional Support at the STOP

Please join us at The Stop for the Emotional Wellness Peer Support Group. The group happens every Thursday morning from 10am-12pm at The Stop, 1884 Davenport Road. The Drop In has breakfast from 9am-10am, and you are also welcome to stay for lunch after the group session, from 12pm-1pm.

Lead facilitator Cleopatra and co-facilitator Sharon have lived experience of mental health issues, and the group is a way to connect and support our community in dealing with those issues. For more information, please contact Cleopatra at <> or Sharon at <>. The group is open and ongoing for the next year and there is no need to register.

Jan 1, 8-12 New Year at City Hall

Performances, skating, all ages, fireworks. //


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