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January 2, 2001
Toronto Housing Company seeks community members for Race Relations Committee
  
The Toronto Housing Company (THC) is hosting an information session on January
17, 2001, 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. at Metro Hall 55 John St., Room 302 for Toronto
citizens interested in joining its Race Relations Committee. The Race Relations
Committee is made up of members of the Board of Directors of THC, tenants and
staff of the Toronto Housing Company and community members.

The Race Relations Committee provides information and recommendations to the
THC Board of Directors, and advice to management on strategies, plans and
policies concerning all aspects of race relations and multiculturalism. The
committee also works to identify and overcome linguistic and cultural barriers
to full participation in the activities of the Toronto Housing Company.

The Toronto Housing Company is the municipal social housing provider that
manages a portfolio of 28,500 units for seniors, singles and special needs
populations in Toronto.

Who is eliglble to apply to become a member of the Race Relations Committee?

Residents of the City of Toronto.

How to apply to become a member of the Race Relations Committee?

1. Attend a public information session on January 17th, 2001, 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.,
in room 302, Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Toronto.

2. Pick up an information package and application form provided at the
information meeting.

3. Complete the application and send it and your resume to the address provided.

Successful candidates will be chosen by the Toronto Housing Company Race
Relations Committee


Media Contact
Dianne Dietrich
Race Relations Committee Co-ordinator
416-392-6000

 

 

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