West End In Transition (WEIT) will be holding a meeting for West End neighbourhoods* on Wednesday, May 16th, at 6:15-8:15 the Bloor/Gladstone Library (Dufferin Station). The cheery meeting room is immediately on your right as you enter the first set of doors. The theme of the meeting is "Thinking BIG, starting small." What are other communities doing that you think we should try, or what smaller initiatives do you want to begin? We'll also answer and orient new members, and consider future…See More
Hi everyone,I'll be speaking on Transition and the potential for our group in the West End (WEIT) at the Piano Salon on April 29, in between the fine music!Come to the Piano Salon! Each month, at a different Toronto home, we offer two musical performers in contrasting styles, plus a speaker who will start a conversation on an interesting topic. The April 2012 salon will be on Sunday the 29th at the home of Larry & Julia Rossignol, with a West End theme. Songwriter/guitarist Tanya…See More
Transition Toronto invites our Neighbourhood Groups to participate in an Open Space meeting on Wednesday, September 28. The primary goal of this meeting is to establish systems and resources to allow TTo to better support the Transition Neighbourhoods around the City. Please be sure to come if you are part of a neighbourhood initiating group (even if it is not a formal or official group yet). We are eager to use this event as a means of identifying your areas of need. We want to hear about,…See More
General Meeting of WEIT - West End In Transition. A Transition Toronto meeting for West End neighbourhoods. Everyone welcome! Sunday, September 18th - 2 PM. Cafe Novo - 1986 Bloor Street West. Across from West side of High Park. See you there!See More
We're continuing our planning and development of a west-end transition chapter to promote the objectives of a transition community in Toronto. We look forward to your input and contribution to help grow the Toronto west end community.
Description from Post-Carbon Toronto:The next Post-Carbon Toronto meeting on Tuesday June 15th is one we hope will appeal to the interests of most Canadians interested in the topic of peak oil. Our speaker will be the Rt. Hon. Ed Schreyer, former Premier of Manitoba, former Governor General of Canada, and current head of ASPO Canada (the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas – Canada).One of the problems we face (from an organizing perspective) is that as we can’t afford to pay our…See More