Since 2020, the Mount Dennis Community Association's ecoNeighbourhood Initiative has been working with government and local partners to define a community vision statement for attracting a city-recommended post-secondary campus institution into the Mount Dennis neighbourhood.
This summer, the Mount Dennis Community Association has commenced community and stakeholder engagement sessions to discuss interest in shaping the education program, discussing types of facilities, community benefits and a potential location for the post secondary campus. The initiative is being supported by member groups including the Neighbourhood Improvement Network of York South Weston, Urban Arts, Progress Place Community Hub, North York Community House (NYCH) Mount Dennis-Weston Our Strong Neighbourhood Project, Yonge Street Mission and Toronto Community Benefits Network.
On September 13 at 6:30pm-8pm, TCBN will host an online community engagement session to share more about the Mount Dennis ecoNeighbourhood Initiative and discuss community benefits priorities that can be embedded into the vision for a post secondary campus to ensure an equitable development approach that can support inclusive local economies, good jobs and long term sustainability in the Mount Dennis neighbourhood.
The session will include introductory words from local City Councillor Frances Nunziata and TCBN Executive Director, Rosemarie Powell and a presentation by Rick Ciccarelli from the Mount Dennis Community Association's Eco Neighbourhood Initiative. Be part of shaping this vision by registering below.