Initiatives CivicAction sets a non-partisan agenda, builds strategic partnerships, and launches campaigns, programs and organizations that transform our region. We’ve worked on over a dozen initiatives to improve the social and economic future of the Toronto region.
There are 32 reasons to invest in a better transportation system.
Private Sector Youth Jobs and Mentorship Initiative
CivicAction's Race to Reduce is your chance to make an impact in energy reduction
Through the Emerging Leaders Network (ELN), CivicAction engages the region’s top rising leaders, including more than 100 DiverseCity Fellows selected through a highly competitive process for a one-year leadership program.
DiverseCity responds to the 2007 Toronto Summit’s call for business
CivicAction and United Way Toronto convened a Business Advisory Panel of senior executives to provide strategic insights and advice to the Commission for the Review of Social Assistance in Ontario,
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.
On February 10th and 11th, 2011, the Greater Toronto Civic Action Alliance will host its next Toronto Summit.
Greening Greater Toronto is a unique partnership of many hundreds of individuals and organizations
Toronto Summit 2007: Making Big Things Happen convened over 600 invited civic leaders
Luminato is an annual multi-disciplinary celebration of theatre, dance, music, literature, food, visual arts, fashion, film, and more.
Toronto City Summit Alliance hosted Canada’s first Social Entrepreneurship Summit in December 2007.
TRRA was incorporated as a non-profit organization in October 2005
MISWAA’s Task Force and Working Group included experts and leaders from the non-profit, academic, business, labour and government sectors of civil society
GTCAA recognizes that cities considered the greatest are great places in which to work, invest, and prosper.
The Toronto City Summit Alliance launched the Affordable Housing Coalition in November 2003
TRIEC was created to develop and champion solutions to better integrate skilled immigrants
Toront03 helped generate more than $70 million in visitor spending for the Toronto region.
Toronto City Summit Alliance brought together more than 300 young people at George Brown College for the Toronto Youth Summit
The 2003 Summit was organized by the Toronto City Summit Alliance Steering Committee
Toronto City Summit Alliance was created in 2002
CivicAction’s Race to Reduce smart office energy challenge to be showcased at the 2014 Green Real Estate Conference. For more information, click here!