TYFPC Walkshop: Breaking Barriers and Rebuilding Communities

Join us for a ‘walkshop’ around Regent Park as part of the 100in1 Day Toronto festival. This walkshop will focus on strategies for engaging ethnic minority groups, immigrants and marginalized individuals around food and how groups in Regent Park are seeking to address class, ethnicity and race issues in their initiatives.

June 6, 2015


Meet at 40 Oak Street, Toronto (Regent Park Community Food Centre)

This will be a Jane’s Walk-style event. Stops include:
Regent Park Community Food Centre to tour the space
– Daniels Spectrum (585 Dundas St East) to hear from caterToronto‘s community caterer Tanya of Animal Liberation Kitchen and community catering coordinator Vivian Ngai, and to enjoy snacks by Animal Liberation Kitchen
– Regent Park to discuss how communities can go beyond existing barriers and revitalize their neighbourhoods in a collaborative manner

Refreshments will be served and TTC tokens made available to those requiring them (limited quantity).


The nearest accessible TTC station is Dundas station. From there, head one block east to Parliament Street and north to Oak Street.

The TYFPC strives to create accessible and inclusive spaces for all its members. If we require accommodation to ensure your participation, please email info@tyfpc.ca.

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