Congratulations to the 2013 Race to Reduce Award Winners!
Office buildings participating in CivicAction’s Race to Reduce are one percent away from their four-year goal, two years ahead of time, as announced at the third annual Race to Reduce Awards event. Read more
32 Reasons to Invest
There’s a plan to dramatically improve transportation in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) – one that will deliver more jobs, time with family, and healthier communities. But we need our politicians’ bold leadership to make it happen. So make your voice heard. Read more
It’s Our Economy. Lead In.
On November 2, members of CivicAction's Emerging Leaders Network (ELN) held the 5th annual elnstudio to discuss, collaborate and take action on jobs and economic opportunities in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Read more
Meet Ten Faces of CivicAction
CivicAction's impact to date is thanks to a broad cross-section of volunteer civic leaders from across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area who have driven collective action. These 10 people are rising and established leaders who represent and reflect CivicAction's initiatives, and key moments in its history. Read more
CivicAction’s New Rising Leaders Tackle Jobs and Economy
CivicAction’s DiverseCity Fellows program, a one-year leadership experience for city-builders, has selected its new cohort of 27 rising leaders from business, government, and community organizations from across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. Read more
What Would You Do For 32?
Residents of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area have been telling us what they would do with an extra 32 minutes in their day—now it’s time to show us what you would do for 32. Go to your32.com to show your support for better transportation and demand action from your elected officials. It’s time to get our politicians moving. Read more
John Tory, Chair, CivicAction
John Tory helped to found the Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance and served on the Board of Directors before becoming the voluntary Chair. Read more
DiverseCity: The Greater Toronto Leadership Project
DiverseCity: The Greater Toronto Leadership Project is an initiative of Maytree and the Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance, funded in part by the Government of Ontario. With its nine initiatives, the project is changing the face of our region's leadership. Read more
Emerging Leaders Network (ELN)
Members of ELN meet monthly and have generated innovative city-building projects and events such as Toronto Homecoming, Project Neutral, Better Ballots and ELNstudio. The network is co-chaired by Rob Drynan (Jays Care Foundation), Andrew Graham (The Weston Group) and Salima Rawji (Build Toronto). Read more
Greater Toronto Summit 2011
The 2011 Summit took place on February 10th and 11th. In preparation for the Summit, CivicAction undertook a broad-based consultative process involving over 1000 people in working groups, regional roundtable discussions, and one-on-one consultation in order to inform thinking and identify the potential actions that can be implemented. Read more
CivicAction – Our Initiatives
CivicAction takes a role in incubating innovative initiatives designed to galvanize action on the tough issues and big opportunities affecting the Toronto region. We’ve worked on over a dozen projects to improve the social and economic future of the Toronto region. Read more