TORONTO, Jan. 10, 2013 /CNW/ - Residents from across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) need a breakthrough in 2013 on fixing the region's transportation system. On Monday, the Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance will share an update on its "What would you do with 32?" campaign and why it's crucial for residents to have their say today.
In October 2012, CivicAction launched a movement to support fixing what is among the worst commute times in North America. Thousands of residents have already logged on to www.your32.com to say they want to reclaim wasted commute time for themselves and their loved ones.
What: Media briefing update on the 'What would you do with 32?' campaign
- Why now is the time for residents to get involved
- How residents are responding
- How Ontario Liberal leadership candidates are responding
- How the campaign feeds into public consultations to be held by Metrolinx and GTHA municipalities
- How the campaign is rolling out across Durham, Halton, Hamilton, Peel, Toronto and York
When: Monday, January 14, 2013 at 10 a.m.
Where: Toronto City Hall - 2nd floor, Committee Room #3, 100 Queen St. W., Toronto
- John Tory, Chair, Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance
- Mitzie Hunter, Chief Executive Officer, Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance
For information about "What would you do with 32?":
- See CivicAction's October 10, 2012 campaign launch media release and video of resident responses: http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1050235/-what-would-you-do-with-32
- Visit the campaign website: www.your32.com
The Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance convenes civic leaders from across all sectors and the region to catalyze change on the tough issues and big opportunities facing the Toronto region. For more information, visit www.civicaction.ca or @CivicActionGTA.
For further information:
416-920-0716 ext. 210 or email@example.com