You, Community Centres and What’s Next

We want to share an update about access to recreation in Toronto.
But first we want to say: thank you.

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The 2012 budget could mean the beginning of the end for community centres in Toronto

There are 21 ‘priority’ community centres across Toronto with free registered programs for children, youth and seniors. The proposed budget eliminates all these programs. In June 2012, 12,870 children and youth—and thousands of seniors—will be asked to leave their community centres. The vast majority will likely not be able to return.

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Why Priority Centres Matter

12,870 children and youth participate in registered programs at Priority Centres. the City wants to cut all 22 of them. It's not too late to change their minds.

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2012 Budget Briefing

The 2012 Parks, Forestry and Recreation budget proposal takes aim in particular at children and youth, impacting free registered children and youth programming and is is also unsupported—at least publicly—by relevant data and key information.

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