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August 9, 2002
Date set for final public consultation on the Plan of Action for the Elimination of Racism and Discrimination
  
Due to the recent labour disruption, the final city-wide public consultation on
the City's Plan of Action for the Elimination of Racism and Discrimination has
been rescheduled for Tuesday, September 10 at North York Memorial Hall, North
York City Centre Building, Gold Room 'A', 5110 Yonge Street. Residents of
Toronto will have an opportunity to voice concerns and put forward ideas,
beginning at 7 p.m.

The City of Toronto is building a plan of action and is looking for suggestions
from the general public that will end racism and discrimination. The goal is
that the Plan of Action will enable and support all residents to participate
fully in the civic, economic, social, cultural, political and recreational life
of the city that they have chosen to call home.

An eight-member Council reference group (Councillors Shaw, Augimeri, Hall,
McConnell, Mihevc, Miller, Pitfield and Rae) was formed to oversee the
development of the Plan of Action. They have heard deputations at two other
public consultations, as well as consultations with the City's five Community
Advisory Committees. Meetings will continue in the fall with other community
groups.


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