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EVENT: Tues, Apr. 15 – Etobicoke South Cycling Committee Monthly Meeting


Tuesday, April 15, 2014 – 19:0021:00

In partnership with the Lakeshore Planning Council and Cycle Toronto, the Etobicoke- South Cycling Committee will be holding a meeting on April 15 from 7 to 9 PM. We will meet at Among Friends. It is at 2970 Lake Shore W, Etobicoke, ON M8V 1J7. This is at Lakeshore and Islington

Our agenda is as follows:

1. TDSB declares Bike to School Day May 26

Get your bikes tuned up and ready for spring! Biking to school has many health benefits for students. In keeping with the spirit of the TDSB’s Active Transportation Charter, and at my initiative, the TDSB has declared that the City of Toronto’s Bike to Work Day will now also be the TDSB’s Bike to School Day. This year the date falls on Monday, May 26th, 2014. Hope to see you out! How can we help out with this?

2. The next meeting for the Doable Neighbourhood Project is May 15. Have we filled out the assessments? What needs to be done before that meeting?

3. There is a community meeting on bicycle lanes and cycling in the Humber Bay Shores area on April 16. What questions do we wish to ask? Who is attending?

4. At our last meeting, we discussed Humber College plans for a cycling event as part of their August orientation week. What progeress has been made? How can we help them?


Our meeting is open to anyone interested in issues in Wards 5 or 6 or with an interest in bicycling issues.

Among Friends

2970 Lake Shore W, Etobicoke, ON M8V 1J7.

Toronto, ON

Contact Info

Etobicoke South Cycling Committee

Contact name:

David Juliusson


416-392-6907 x.251

This event originally posted on Cycle Toronto‘s BikeEvents.TO calendar. BikingToronto has partnered with Cycle Toronto to help get the word out about news and events.

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