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October 18, 2005
Toronto Seniors' Forum asks seniors to get involved
  
The Toronto Seniors' Forum will host a series of regular consultation sessions
with seniors across Toronto. The next community meeting will take place on
Wednesday, October 19, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Council Chamber at Toronto City
Hall. This session will feature findings from the consultations completed last
May, and will offer seniors an excellent opportunity to learn about the City of
Toronto's budget process, and about how they can get involved in this process.

Date: TOMORROW, Wednesday, October 19
Time: 2 to 4 p.m.
Location: Council Chamber, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen St. W.

To complement the large session, the Forum is also conducting a series of
smaller community meetings. These meetings will occur throughout October 2005.

The Toronto Seniors' Forum is a group of 30 seniors who share a commitment to
ensuring seniors have a voice in local government. The group meets regularly
and is involved in a number of initiatives to encourage seniors to get involved
when decisions are made on services and issues that affect them. Up to five
members of the Forum also sit on the Roundtable on Seniors, which provides
advice and ideas to Toronto City Council.

Representatives of the Toronto Seniors' Forum will be available for interviews
during the community meeting.


Media contact:

Rosemary Bell
Toronto Social Development
Finance and Administration
416-392-9483



 

 

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