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NOV 23

Metrolinx Accessibility Public Meeting

Thursday November 23, 6-8:30 PM

Metro Hall, Rooms 308 & 309 55 John Street

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NOV 26

PR Systems for Canada Series Part Two: Top-up Systems Mixed Member Proportional (MMP)

see webinar three in this series) and Local Proportional Representation (see webinar one in this series).

Sunday November 26, 2 PM EST

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NOV 28

Challenging discriminatory legislation: Watch the Supreme Court hearing live

Where can you go when government benefit programs discriminate against you? The Supreme Court of Canada will be hearing an important case about that issue on November 28, 2017.

The Supreme Court will be live-streaming the hearing, starting at 9:30 am. Go to the Supreme Court website and look for the webcast for "Canadian Human Rights Commission v. Attorney General of Canada" (Court File 37208): http://www.scc-csc.ca/home-accueil/index-eng.aspx

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NOV 28

2-Hour Fares & Fair Funding for the TTC!

Tue, 28 November 2017 9:15 AM 12:15 PM

Toronto City Hall 100 Queen Street West

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DEC 4

Five Good Ideas about shifting the culture of accessibility in the non-profit sector

Monday, 4 December 2017 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Auditorium, Central YMCA 20 Grosvenor Street

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DEC 8

Is the World Becoming a Better Place: Developments in International Law

Friday, Dec 8 @ 7pm

Noor Cultural Centre 123 Wynford Dr. (at DVP)

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DEC 9

YIMBY Festival 2017: Free Workshops!

Sat, 9 December 2017 1:30 PM 5:30 PM

Metro Hall 55 John Street

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DEC 10

PR Systems for Canada Series Part Three: Made-for-Canada hybrid, blended systems Rural-Urban Proportional

Sunday December 10, 2 PM EST

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Is the World Becoming a Better Place: Developments in International Law

Friday, Dec 8 @ 7pm

Noor Cultural Centre 123 Wynford Dr. (at DVP)

Jonathan Kuttab, a Palestinian attorney and human rights activist, thinks it is becoming a better place. As a practicing attorney in three countries and the founder of Al Haq and other human right organizations including Nonviolence International, and current chair of Bethlehem Bible College, Kuttab shares his view that international law is making for a better world. Working with international law, the set of rules generally binding in state relationships and the framework of stable, organized international relations, Jonathan brings his lens as an attorney, and a human rights activist, as well as a theological perspective on the role of faith in history, that however long the arc of a moral universe bends towards justice. Followed by Q&A conversation.


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