SLNA Newsletter - May 18, 2019
SLNA Welcomes West Don Lands
Committee to Next Community Meeting
The next SLNA Community and Delegates Meeting will happen on Wednesday, May 29 at 115 The Esplanade, from 7 - 9 p.m. (registration begins at 6:30 p.m.). We will be welcoming to this meeting, members of the West Don Lands Committee who will join us for the Waterfront Toronto presentation.
The SLNA has invited Waterfront Toronto to the May 29th meeting to discuss the Quayside development. Leslie Gash, Senior Vice President, Development will be talking about Waterfront Toronto's Quayside public engagement plan once the Master Innovation and Development Plan is received from Sidewalk Labs.
Vance Lockton, Digital Governance Manager with Waterfront Toronto, will also be attending this meeting.
Additional agenda details will be released in the coming days.
May 22 Public Meeting - Waterfront Toronto
Public Meeting on Digital Neighbourhoods and Digital Literacy:
May 22, 2019
Waterfront Toronto and the Toronto Public Library are co-hosting a public meeting on Digital Neighbourhoods and Digital Literacy. We will be joined by Digital Justice Lab, Tech Reset Canada, and other groups involved in digital issues in cities. The purpose of this meeting is to share and discuss information on how digital technologies are influencing (and will continue to influence) how cities work.
Both Waterfront Toronto and Toronto Public Library are presenting and seeking feedback on ideas related to the role of digital technologies in cities.
Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Location: Westin Harbour Castle Conference Centre (11 Bay Street), Metropolitan East room. Entrance to event space is located on the north side of Queens Quay West just east of Bay Street
Accessibility: Waterfront Toronto and the Toronto Public Library are committed to ensuring accessibility, including providing sign language support, and large format meeting materials. Please notify us no less than 3 days in advance of the event if you require accommodation by contacting Waterfront Toronto, email@example.com or 416-214-1344.
Please head over to the Eventbrite page for more details including the agenda for the event. Registration is not required to attend the meeting but does help organizers anticipate attendance and prepare.
Friends of St. James Park
Children's Playground Opening
All are invited to attend the opening ceremony of the St. James Park Children's Playground on Saturday June 8th at 10 a.m. Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam and the Friends of St. James Park will bring greetings and there will be children's activities and refreshments for guests.
The Friends of St. James Park have organized this event and the SLNA is pleased to be a sponsor. Please download, print and share the promotional flyer with your neighbours and friends.
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