Toronto region's rising leaders gather to collaborate on city-building ideas and projects
TORONTO, Dec. 8 /CNW/ - Tomorrow, December 9th, a diverse group of future leaders will gather to explore ideas that accelerate the prosperity and health of the Toronto region. They will not stop at ideas. They are set to take action. The Emerging Leaders Network (ELN), an initiative of the Toronto City Summit Alliance, will host its second annual ELNstudio at MaRS on College St. in Toronto, starting at 8:30 a.m.
|What:||The ELNStudio is a non-partisan one-day conference for the Toronto region's rising civic leaders featuring presentations, discussions and networking opportunities|
|Why:||To collaborate and take action on issues critical to the prosperity of the Toronto region|
|When:||Thursday, December 9, 2010 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Check out the day's agenda|
|Where:||MaRS Centre Auditorium (Lower Concourse) at 101 College Street, Toronto ON M5G 1L7|
|Who:||200+ civic leaders working in organizations, companies, governments and communities across the Toronto region plus speakers including: Hon. Glen Murray, Minister of Research and Innovation; John Melanson, Executive Director and Co-CEO of Canada's National Ballet School and Mayor Rob Ford's newly appointed special arts advisor; and John Tory, Chair of the Toronto City Summit Alliance.|
|Further details and the day's agenda: www.elnonline.ca/elnstudio|
About the Toronto City Summit Alliance
The Toronto City Summit Alliance is a coalition of thousands of civic leaders who contribute their knowledge, expertise and influence to affect positive change in the Toronto region. Many of these leaders come together at the Alliance's Toronto Summits to assess the region's strengths and challenges and to identify priority areas for attention. In the periods between Summits, the Alliance takes a role in incubating innovative initiatives designed to galvanize action in these priority areas. To read more about the Alliance, visit www.torontoalliance.ca.
About the ELN
The Emerging Leaders Network (ELN) is a group of more than 300 engaged civic leaders who in their own spheres are becoming known as "city-builders": people who mobilize action, laying the social groundwork for the city of tomorrow. ELN members support the work of the Toronto City Summit Alliance and, as a result of the myriad of resources available through the ELN network, are pursuing city-building projects of their own. For details, visit www.elnonline.ca.
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