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By Popular Demand – Jack Layton Summer Leadership School 2015

or Contact Prof. Myer Siemiatycki, Jack Layton Chair, laytonschool@ryerson.ca Registration Program Agenda


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Please note that receipts for contributions to Olivia Chow’s mayoralty campaign cannot be used for federal and provincial income tax filing purposes. Instead, there is a municipal rebate system in place; the City of Toronto issues a cheque to donors who have signed and mailed in their receipts. All supporters who donated should have received their receipt(s) by February 2015.

After signing and sending the receipt to the City of Toronto’s Elections Services office, the City of Toronto will process your rebate cheque. The first round of rebate cheques will then be mailed out in September 2015. For further information, please email cfo@oliviachow.ca. or check the City of Toronto website. Thank you so much for your financial support of Olivia’s mayoralty campaign‎.


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Looking for ways to challenge Trump's message of hate and support Muslim communities? Join me at the CanRoots conference this Friday and Saturday at the Toronto Reference Library! Register at www.canroots.ca ... See MoreSee Less

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Confronting anti-black racism is challenging, and has inspired some of the most profound organizing Toronto has seen in recent years.

That's why CanRoots Day 2 Keynote will feature Sandy Hudson, Desmond Cole, Zanana Akande, Anna Willats, and Howard Morton as they discuss the work that has been done around police accountability, and the work we have left to do. Because Black Lives Matter.

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