It’s that time again: the festival is tomorrow,
Saturday, June 4, 10am-5pm,
behind the Wellesley Community Centre,
on Bleecker Street (one block east of Sherbourne Street),
just north of Wellesley Street.
Please stop by our table for a chat.
New short video – I take you on a quick tour that showcases some of our riding’s wonderful variety, while highlighting some Green Party platform points; the video ends with an overview of my Community Democracy Ambassadors plan for Toronto Centre – please view it.
Watch this space, and see voteellen on Facebook and Twitter, and Ellen Michelson for Toronto Centre (Green Party of Canada) on Facebook, for updates.
events, meetings, debates scheduled so far:
Sun. May 1, Forsythia Festival parade, Cabbagetown, 10:30am
Sat. April 30, www.ckln.fm, The Kolter Bouchard Show, 8am
Wed. April 27, Council Fire Native Cultural Centre, 439 Dundas St. E., 6pm, watch webcast of Assembly of First Nations Town Hall, starting at 7pm
Wed. April 27, Kamalayan Konsciousness, Café Pamenar, 307 Augusta St., 7pm
Tues. April 26, Rosedale United Church, Glen Rd./Roxborough Dr.,7pm
Mon. April 25, Goldhawk Live, 8pm
Sat. April 23, Engineers Without Borders, University of Toronto, Northrop Frye Hall, Rm.003, 73 Queen’s Park Cresc. E., 7pm
Thurs. April 21, Central Neighbourhood House, 349 Ontario St., 8pm
Wed. April 20, Fair Vote Canada, St. Paul’s Church, 227 Bloor St. E., 7pm
Fri. April 15, The 519 Church Street Community Centre, 7pm
Debate photos are posted on my Facebook Candidate page, Ellen Michelson for Toronto Centre (Green Party of Canada).
740 Right On The Money: I was interviewed on Sunday morning, April 24, at 8:30 a.m.
Goldhawk Live, 8pm, Monday, April 25
Our office is open! Please stop by – 125 Lower Jarvis Street,
11 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. on Sundays.
To contact our campaign, and to volunteer, email [email protected], call 416-703-3827.
To donate, click on Contact Us, Get Involved in the links above.
A smart economy, strong communities, true democracy – it’s time – vote Green!
Opera star/radio personality Jean Stilwell and Ellen are co-emcees. To learn more, click here.
UPDATE: We’ve been asked to leave the show up till the end of March. We’re so pleased – people have said they like the quality and variety of the photos, and the reasonable prices. We’ve sold 9 photos so far. There are still about two dozen on display. Please stop by to see which might enhance your walls.
Opening: Tuesday, February 1, 6 p.m. Click to hear and see Flora Terah share truths about Kenya, and Glenys Babcock explain the priorities of her organization, Pragmora; as well, I tell something about the valuable work of the 160 Girls project, and talk a bit about the photos for sale in the show.
Here’s a very short, very beautiful, very moving video about
The Equality Effect.
At the opening, we learned a little about The Equality Effect from Flora Terah, here from Kenya.
And we heard from our special guest, Glenys Babcock, founder of Pragmora, working to build peace around the world.
We had some free and delicious nibbles; as well, Eugene Johnson of Java Jive generously offered his coffees, teas, and juices for only $1 each.
Eugene supports Adopt A Village in Laos. There’s a donation box on his counter.
Mark Daye is an executive member of both the Green Party of Canada and the Green Party of Ontario for Toronto Centre. He specializes in photos of Paris … and a lot more.
Bill Michelson is our Toronto Centre EDA’s financial agent. An urban sociologist, he has had many of his photos published. This show will feature his photos of Africa and India.
Ellen Michelson is proud to be included, pleased and emboldened by the sale of her work to benefit Elizabeth May’s campaign in B.C. Some of her photos are of places she’s worked abroad.
The full price of all photos will be donated to The Equality Effect.
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
The 519 Community Centre, 519 Church Street
Please plan to attend.
We will be presenting a new constitution for membership approval,
electing our executive for the coming year.
Click Continue Reading to see our constitution draft. Please post comments. Continue Reading »
Ellen will be one of the ‘human books’ available at five Toronto Public Library branches on Saturday, November 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More than 50 ‘human books’ will be available. You can reserve a half-hour, on-the-spot chat with one in advance, by contacting the library by telephone or on line. You can come to a participating branch on Saturday to sign out others for dialogues. And through the TPL website, you can apply to be a 2011 human book.
Ellen will be at the Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street, a block north of Bloor. The library has chosen to focus on her membership in the Raging Grannies, her time working in Greenland, and her participation in the first Canada Corps mission to Ukraine’s Orange Revolution presidential election in 2004. She’ll talk about any of that with you, or just about anything else you’d like to discuss.
TPL Human Library link
United Mothers Opposing Violence Everywhere
Walk to Dundas Square begins at Queen’s Park, 1pm.
This year’s theme is “Who will fill these shoes?” so please bring along a pair of running shoes to honour loved ones lost to violence. (You may donate the shoes or take them home again.)
More info: 416-819-8628
The parade is Saturday morning, Sep. 11.
All are welcome to come walk with us.
Meet on Parliament, between Howard (1 s. of Bloor) & Wellesley, in Section C (look for the sign/ask a marshall), 9:15/9:30 a.m. If you wish, you can pedal your bicycle in the parade.
We’ll have a booth in front of #548 Parliament Street, Saturday & Sunday afternoons, Sep. 11 & 12.
Come early for your own personalized made-while-you-wait Green Party button.
We’ll have Green Party info to share. There’ll be plenty of time for good conversation.
Memberships will be available: $10/year, $25 for 3 years.
We’re eager to meet you and learn what’s on your mind.
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