Don’t let the provincial government pave our future

Friends of the Greater Golden Horseshoe webinar

Ontario’s election is coming up fast, and at stake is the future we want for our communities.

Former Mayor of Toronto and Greenbelt Council chair David Crombie, and the Friends of the Greater Golden Horseshoe invite you to join them on April 20th at 7 p.m. for an online Call to Action to save – not pave – Ontario’s future.

In the lively discussion you’ll see a compelling array of speakers, and learn more about why highway-based sprawl sacrifices our future – and what we can do to stop it.

The Friends of the Greater Golden Horseshoe is a coalition of voices from across the spectrum of key industries and political backgrounds, who are working together to advocate for good land-use planning, affordable housing, sustainable transportation, productive farmland, and lively natural areas.

Webinar details:
Time: April 20, 2022, 7 p.m.
Location: Zoom webinars

Ken Greenberg, Urban Designer and Author
Gideon Forman, David Suzuki Foundation
Kim Perrotta, Public Health advocate
Anne Erlich, National Farmers Union
Tim Gray, Executive Director, Environmental Defence
Victor Doyle, former provincial Manager of Planning for Central Ontario and lead planner of the Greenbelt Plan

Let’s build, not pave, Ontario’s future. Register to join the webinar today to learn how.

Image: Tino Rossini from Toronto, Canada, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons