He’s knocked at all our doors. Gotten ejected from the legislature for seeking the truth. Sat through hundreds of hours of gas plant scandal hearings. And much, much more over the last decade. That’s Peter Tabuns, our MPP.
Show your support by getting a ticket to Peter Tabuns’ 2016 Chinese Banquet Fundraising Appeal on Thursday, June 16 at Dim Sum King Restaurant, 421 Dundas Street West (East of Spadina Avenue). Tickets are $135 and include musical entertainment, auctions and of course, fabulous food. Special guests include Avi Lewis and Parkdale MPP Cheri DiNovo!
Reception starts at 6 pm and dinner is at 7. Reserve your place by calling 647-217-3300 or emailing email@example.com. More details here.
Do it today. Then the next time Peter knocks at your door, you can tell him what a good time you had.
Peter Tabuns, MPP presents the theatre production of Canada in Love performed by Smile Theatre. Admission is free.
Thursday, June 9th, 2 – 3 pm
Riverdale Presbyterian Church
662 Pape Ave (just south of Danforth)
416-461-0223 firstname.lastname@example.org www.petertabuns.ca
HOSTED BY: Peter Tabuns, MPP, Toronto—Danforth and Cheri DiNovo, MPP, Parkdale—High Park
March 29, 2016, 7:00 pm
Bishop Marrocco – Thomas Merton Auditorium
1515 Bloor St. W. at Dundas West
- Avi Lewis, filmmaker, former host on Al Jazeera and the CBC
- Joanna Kerr, Executive Director, Greenpeace
- Katie Krelove, Volunteer Co-ordinator, 350 Toronto
- Fred Hahn, President, CUPE Ontario
- Megan Whitfield, President of Toronto local, CUPW
- Scott Vrooman, Comedian and Writer, Toronto Star, This Hour Has 22 Minutes
- Crystal Sinclair, Organizer, Toronto Idle No More
- Carolyn Egan, Co-Chair, Good Jobs For All
- Bianca Mugyenyi, Outreach Lead, Leap Manifesto
…and many more!
Register for the Town Hall
This event is free, open to the public and all are welcome!
Venue is wheelchair accessible.
We can no longer take small steps… now is the time to leap.
Friday, March 18 – 7:30 pm
St. David’s Anglican Church
49 Donlands Avenue
This engaging documentary follows the staff of a New York pizza franchise as they attempt to unionize while fighting management abuses. A gripping and suspenseful plot becomes heart-warming in its depiction of workers uniting for a common cause. The directors Rachel Lears and Robin Blotnick display the struggle of the workers (many were undocumented immigrants) and the labor rights lawyers who aid them, and widen their perspective to consider economic injustice throughout the service industry.
Followed by a discussion on immigrant’s rights and advocating for a living wage.
Directed by Robin Blotnick & Rachel Lears / US / 2014
1 hr 25 min (85 min)
View the Trailer
Screening is FREE but donations will be gratefully accepted.
Join Andrea Horwath and friends at Danforth/Coxwell Public Library for a neighbourhood meeting to share your thoughts and concerns about the privatization of Hydro One.
On March 01, 2016 at 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Find out about the government’s plans to privatize Hydro One. Learn more about how privatization affects you, and how together we can stop it.
Are you and your family concerned about legal resources for Ontarians with Disabilities?
Peter Tabuns, MPP, is hosting a public meeting along with guest speaker Dianne Wintermute, Staff Lawyer ARCH Disability Law Centre.
Get information and learn about your rights on:
- Access to Justice and Legal Capacity
- Services for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities
- Education Law
- Attendant Services
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
WoodGreen Health & Wellness Centre
721 Broadview Ave., Lower Level (south of Danforth Ave.)
Download a flyer for the event
Peter will be holding mobile offices in addition to regular office hours so that he has more opportunities to speak to you individually. Please come and discuss any concerns you may have regarding provincial programs and services. Meeting with constituents in the community and talking about your issues is important to Peter.
MOBILE COMMUNITY OFFICE hours on Saturday, April 11, 2015:
- 10 am – 12 noon at S. Walter Stewart Library, Meeting Room 170 Memorial Park Avenue
- 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm at Gerrard Square, 2nd Floor 1000 Gerrard St. East
Highway of Tears chronicles the notorious, decades-long string of murders and disappearances of young Indigenous women along British Columbia’s Highway 16.
The film explores how this systemic violence is linked to the effects of generational poverty, residential schools, and high unemployment rates on First Nations reserves.
Since the late 1960s, at least 18 young women — many of them from disadvantaged First Nations communities — have disappeared or been found murdered along the 724-kilometre stretch of Highway 16 in northern British Columbia. None of these cold cases were ever solved until 2012, when a special RCMP investigation was able to link DNA from one of the murder victims to deceased US criminal Bobby Jack Fowler; but this single answer has done little to heal the wounds of Aboriginal communities who have seen dozens of their young women vanish along the “Highway of Tears,” victims not only of murderous predators but of the systemic racism of a federal government that keeps them trapped on impoverished reservations and, as critics charge, evinced little interest in apprehending their killers.
Narrated by Nathan Fillion, Highway of Tears not only movingly relates the personal stories of the victims and their families, but investigates how the legacy of generational poverty, high unemployment and endemic violence in their communities contributed to their tragic fates — and how contemporary First Nations leaders are striving to cure those ills.
March 27, 2015
Metropolitian Community Church of Toronto
115 Simpson Ave
In Riverdale, one block north of Gerrard, one block west of Logan
Followed by a discussion with:
Niki Ashton, MP for Churchill, NDP Aboriginal Affairs Critic, formerly Women’s Affairs Critic
Matt Smiley, Director of Highway of Tears
Hosted and Moderated by
Continue reading Cinema Politica Danforth Presents “Highway of Tears” on March 27
“When it comes to climate change,
why do we do so little when we know so much?”
Join us for a free screening of the doc DISRUPTION, an unflinching look at the consequences of our inaction on climate change. Followed by a discussion with Vanessa Gray—an Anishinaabe kwe land defender—and MPP Peter Tabuns, moderated by MP Craig Scott.
February 27, 2015
St. John’s Presbyterian Church
415 Broadview Ave (at Simpson) Continue reading Cinema Politica Danforth Presents “DISRUPTION” on Feb. 27