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November 24, 2004
Space still available for Listening to Toronto
Access Toronto is still accepting registrants for the city-wide Listening to
Toronto session to be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Sunday,
November 28. Hundreds of residents from across the city have already signed up
for this public forum, which gives Torontonians a chance to discuss City
Council's priorities with Mayor David Miller and City Councillors.

"We look forward to receiving thoughtful and innovative input from residents
that will help Council make some hard decisions in the New Year. This year's
Listening to Toronto session is unique in that it brings people from all over
our city together in one room," Mayor David Miller said today.

"Public consultations help build our city. When people from different cultural
backgrounds and values come together to talk and exchange ideas, they begin to
see how much they share. Their enthusiasm and support for this city is the
common denominator."

Listening to Toronto is a great opportunity for people who want to be informed
and involved in local government and city issues. In this session, participants
will learn about and discuss Council's priorities in detail. In particular,
residents will talk about three major initiatives that can benefit greatly from
public discussion: building a clean and beautiful city; creating strong
neighbourhoods; and engaging the public.

People who wish to attend can register by calling Access Toronto
416-338-0338 on weekdays from 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.

For more information visit

Media contacts:
Andrea Addario, Communications, Office of the Mayor, 416-338-7119
Linda Robinson, Corporate Communications, 416-397-0255
Cindy Bromley, Finance Communications, 416-392-4993



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