Want to talk about food and the upcoming municipal election?
Please join us for a casual conversation about how we can get informed about our municipal government candidates running in 2014 and, in particular, about their thoughts on food issues important to Toronto’s youth. The TYFPC is looking for ideas about how we can become better informed voters by connecting with municipal government candidates. This discussion will be open and involve brainstorming on: 1. how and what to ask candidates about food issues, and 2. how to share the information we gather with Toronto youth. We will also be looking for volunteers to take on tasks that we generate over the course of this discussion.
This will be the first discussion meet-up TYFPC is holding this year and we plan to have them every few weeks for the next few months. Come check us out in a more intimate setting and bring your ideas for future discussion meet-ups too!
The meeting will be held Tuesday, January 21st at 6pm on the second floor of Robarts Library, on U of T campus (direction details below). Please RSVP on Facebook or email Kaylen, Advocacy Committee Co-lead, at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we have a head count of who to expect.
Looking forward to hearing all your great ideas!
Robarts Library is located at 130 St. George Street, at the NW corner of St. George Street and Harbord Street (also known as Hoskin Avenue). We’ll be meeting up at the entrance of the Starbucks/Food Court located on the 2nd floor of Robarts Library. This area is open to the public, so no ID is required.