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  • Great Leaders Build Great Cities - Introducing the CivicAction Leadership Foundation

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    Built on the belief that there is nothing more important to the future of our communities than preparing those who will lead them, the CivicAction Leadership Foundation provides high impact leadership programs that open doors, minds & opportunities for young, emerging and under-represented leaders in the Greater Toronto & Hamilton Area (GTHA).

    With world-class programs and unparalleled access to the region’s most influential thinkers and doers, the Foundation is the premier destination for diverse rising civic leaders wanting to develop their networks, grow their minds, transform their communities and change the face of leadership throughout the region.

    Great leaders build great cities. Let’s reach new heights together.

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    For the past 10 years, the Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance (CivicAction) has brought together senior executives and rising leaders from all sectors to tackle some of our region's toughest social, economic and environmental challenges.

    CivicAction sets a non-partisan agenda, builds strategic partnerships, and launches campaigns, programs and organizations that transform our region.

    CivicAction is led by a Board of Directors and a 75-leader Steering Committee.

    Currently, CivicAction has three areas of focus: Accelerating regional transportation Enhancing the region's economic performance Fostering inclusion and resilience
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  • CivicAction Forum: Our Region, Our Move Play all

    The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) is growing, and we need our transportation system to grow too. It's time to get serious about investing in our future.

    With Metrolinx's Investment Strategy being tabled on May 27, 2013, we have an historic window of opportunity when it comes to solving our growing gridlock crisis. At the CivicAction Forum: Our Region, Our Move on April 17, three hundred recognized business, labour, government, and community leaders came together to support better transportation for the GTHA.

    Speakers included the Honourable Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario, Jennifer Keesmaat, Chief Planner, City of Toronto; Rob Prichard, Chair, Metrolinx; Scott Reed, Assistant General Manager, Communications, RTD-Denver; Jan Sturesson, Global Leader, Government & Public Services, PwC; Tom Weyandt, Senior Policy Advisor for Transportation, Mayor's Office, City of Atlanta; and Bob Paddon, EVP, Strategic Planning and Public Affairs, TransLink, Vancouver.

    For more, visit www.civicaction.ca/forum

    CivicAction Forum sponsors include the Government of Ontario, Manulife Financial, OLG, RBC, BMO Financial Group, Metrolinx, TD, Boston Consulting Group, Carpenters' Union, City of Toronto, Daniels Corporation, Toronto Port Authority, Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario (RCCAO), Rogers, Ontario Power Generation, Metcalf Foundation, MTS Allstream, and Toronto Hydro.
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  • CivicAction's Your32 regional transportation campaign Play all

    The transportation system in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) isn't working, and we can't accept it any more. It can be so much better.

    CivicAction's Your32 campaign is about building public support for a better regional transportation system and the need for new sustainable ways to pay for it - to give our political leaders the evidence they need to act.

    In Phase 1 residents of the region told CivicAction and our 45-member Regional Transportation Champions Council how they would benefit from a better system by answering the question "What would you do with 32?". Now Phase 2 will give you a way to say what you are ready to do for that better system - and to invite your politicians to join you.

    With the launch of "I Pledge to Get a Move on", we are calling on civic leaders, residents, and elected officials at the municipal, regional, provincial, and federal levels within the GTHA to join us in pledging to be part of the solution to our regional transportation crisis.

    Your pledge is critical to demonstrate a wide cross-section of support for new ways to raise funding under the terms that are important to us.

    Please join us by making this pledge at your32.com -- together our voice is stronger and demonstrates regional support for immediate action in combating congestion and getting a move on.

    www.your32.com
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