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Legacy Awards 2017

Date(s): 
Tue, 04/18/2017 - 19:00

Do You Know An Amazing Volunteer?

Let Volunteer Toronto know about the great things they’ve done and they could receive a Volunteer Toronto Legacy Award! Each National Volunteer Week, Volunteer Toronto presents 25 of the city’s most exceptional volunteers with a Legacy Award to recognize their contributions to the community. Visit www.volunteertoronto.ca/legacyawards to find out more and nominate someone today! Nominations are being accepted until January 31st 2017.

YOUTH NIGHT - FREE UP FRIDAY *FREE EVENT*

Date(s): 
Fri, 12/16/2016 - 18:00

CALLING ALL YOUTH AND YOUTH WORKERS!

This is Malvern Family Resource Centre's Last Youth Night for the Year of 2016!!!!

JOIN US for FREE UP FRIDAY

DECEMBER 16th @ 90 Littles Road, from 6 pm - 9 pm

Did we mention this is FREE?
 

We will have fun games and activities as well as FREE FOOD!

What to expect:

Webinar: Making Logic Models Work For Grassroots Youth Organizations in Ontario

How can a logic model help a youth program to visualize how different program components support program outcomes?

This webinar features special guest Dr. Gail Vallance Barrington who will
describe how to use a logic model to scaffold your evaluation study; how
to keep it on track and ways to incorporate program theory into
evaluation study designs. Dr. Barrington has conducted over 130 program
evaluation studies and is currently Vice President of the Canadian

ROUNDTABLE ON FUNDING- NETWORKING AND FACILITATED DISCUSSION

ROUNDTABLE ON FUNDING- NETWORKING AND FACILITATED DISCUSSION November 17// Please join us for a constructive discussion that explores
multiple perspectives on topics including: Lack of core funding
opportunities; Collective impact/collaborative groups vs individual
funding opportunities; Project funding’s inability to sustain
programs/services over the long term; Opportunities for Innovation;
Grant Process challenges that limit positive growth and development.

Women in the Workplace

Date(s): 
Sat, 11/12/2016 - 12:30

We are hosting a Female Career Day Event on Nov 12th at 12:30pm at the Flemingdon Park Library in the Auditorium.  The event will feature a meet and greet with over 15 amazing women in different careers. Some of our speakers include: Nurses, ECE, High School Teacher, Director, City Workers, Employment Workers, Film Producers , Radio Host and more! There will be pizza, prizes and the event will conclude with a Zumba session ( so wear comfortable clothing)! Self-identified female youth are welcome to join ages 12-29 year old. We hop to see you there!

police budget reveals little about police plans

The 2017 police budget reveals little about police plans.
 
The Toronto Police Services budget papers for 2017 consist of two sets of documents, packaged together. One is the line by line budget for 2017, some 390 pages; the other is senior staff commentary on the budget, about 60 pages.
 
The two documents seem to bear no relationship to each other.
 

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