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Following an extraordinary week in which hundreds of Torontonians packed City Hall to oppose City’s Executive Committee’s plans for service cuts and layoffs, a coalition of labour and community allies rally to say loud and clear that we need to defend quality services and good jobs.
Join CUPE Ontario, the Canadian Federation of Students, Community Allies Contingent & Rhythms of Resistance
Download the flyer for the rally here
Monday, Sept 26th @ 4:30pm
Outside Ryerson Student Centre (55 Gould St. @ Church St.)
Then march to City Hall at 5pm.
Directions: walk north on Yonge St. from Dundas St. and go east on Gould St. until you reach Church St.
Dundas Square – Nearest subway station
For more information:
Phone: 416.299.9739 ext 255
Email: [email protected]
Residents from across the city are rallying for Toronto. Our message to City Hall is: build Toronto, don’t destroy it.
Together, we can stop cuts, closures, privatization and user fees that will have an impact on every neighbourhood in
What’s at Stake?
- Services and programs that serve every resident and community, such as libraries,
- child care and recreation centres
- Good jobs that strengthen our communities
- TTC connecting all our neighbourhoods
- Environmental leadership for the future of our city
- Keeping public control of public services
- Safeguarding vital public assets such as housing and Toronto Hydro
Why September 26?
On September 26, City Council will meet to discuss the Core Services Review and the 2012 budget. Hundreds of Torontonians will gather in Council Chambers that day as major decisions are made at City Hall. These decisions will affect our entire city and its future.
September 26th Rally for Toronto Video: