Spring Forward, a Liberal Political Renewal Fair for Engaged Politics
April 24, 2012 – Toronto, ON –The first-ever Spring Forward, a “political renewal fair”, will plant the seeds of Liberal and political renewal in the west end Parkdale-High Park community today this Saturday April 28 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Bonar-Parkdale Presbyterian Church.
Area residents are invited to come out to meet with Kirsty Duncan, MP, Etobicoke North and Liberal Environment Critic, and Gerard Kennedy, former MP, Parkdale-High Park, as they spearhead the development of a new kind of community political action, at this interactive political fair.
Thank you for visiting the official website of the Parkdale-High Park Federal Liberal Association, the hub of a diverse community of progressive and solutions-oriented individuals who continue to work to advance the policy ideas that matter the most for everyone.
Security for our seniors, the protection of our environment, the safety and security of our children’s future, and fairness for all Canadians — these Liberal values are Parkdale-High Park values. We need to work together to build a better type of political engagement.
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The Parkdale-High Park Federal Liberal Association is one of the most active riding associations in the GTA. Our participation, and our financial support, is a reflection of our values as Liberals. The Conservatives and the NDP have some advantages in the category of fundraising, and our riding needs to lead the way in closing the gap. Sign up here to contribute a monthly donation to the party and your riding (as little as $10 a month!), half going to our association and half going to the national party. With tax credits, you get up to 75% of your donation back at tax time!
We need to be organized, effective, and funded, both in Ottawa and in Parkdale-High Park. With your help, we can better advance the ideals we share as Liberals.
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On February 8th, some of the members of the PHP FLA dug deep into their pockets to support a very important and local cause: the Gimme Shelter fundraiser benefiting the Redwood shelter in our riding.
Karin McNair, Denise Brundson, Craig Binning, Ryan and Jax Hobson, Gerard Kennedy, Jason Easton, Vera Serdiuk and Gabriela Gonzalez were some of the attendees at the event, which was held at the Bram & Bluma Appel Salon at the Toronto Reference Library. Overall, the event raised $64,000 through tickets and a silent auction.
A special thank you is owed to Katie Telford who tirelessly supports the Redwood shelter and had encouraged everyone to attend.