The Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance is a not-for-profit organization. We rely completely on the support of our generous sponsors.

BMO Financial Group CIBC
Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited DREAM
Element Financial EllisDon
KPMG LoyaltyOne
Manulife Oxford Properties
Toronto Hydro Greater Toronto Airport Authority
Toronto Port Authority  
  Thank you to all of our METROPOLIS 2013 sponsors!

CivicAction In-Kind Supporters:
Accenture, Autoshare, The Boston Consulting Group, BrandSpark, Canadian Club of Toronto, Canadian Urban Institute, Centre for Social Innovation, Environics Research, Forum Research, Google Canada, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP, McNabb + Roick Events, NextGenLeaders, Plug'n Drive, Provision, PwC, RBC, and TD Bank Group.

Marketing & Public Relations Supporters:
BBDO Toronto, Canadian Property Management, Counsel PR, Montana Steele Strategic Marketing, NATIONAL PR, PUBLIC Inc., Trajectory.

Media & Promotional Supporters:
Astral Radio, Burlington Transit, CBC, CNW Group, Hamilton Street Railway, Metrolinx, Mississauga Transit, Oakville Transit, St. Joseph Communications, Toronto Star, TTC, and York Region Transit.

We are also grateful to the companies and organizations that support the programs, campaigns, and initiatives we have developed:


Your32 regional transportation campaign
Regional transportation funding partners include 407 ETR, ATU Local 113, Bell Canada, BMO Financial Group, Intact, Manulife Financial, Metrolinx, RBC, Scotiabank, TELUS, and Toronto Pearson.

Youth (private sector) jobs and mentorship initiative

Private Sector Youth Jobs and Mentoring
CivicAction’s private sector jobs and mentorship initiative is supported by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.

Race to Reduce

Race to Reduce smart energy office challenge The Race to Reduce is funded in part through the Conservation Fund of the Ontario Power Authority. Other partners include Brookfield Johnson Controls, Cadillac Fairview, CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, Enbridge, Green Business Standards, Manulife Real Estate, Oxford Properties, Toronto Hydro, and Union Gas. See the full list of Race to Reduce partners.

Emerging Leaders Network and DiverseCity Fellows
Emerging Leaders Network (ELN) and DiverseCity Fellows
ELN program contributors include Cisco, Loblaw Companies Limited, and The Weston Group, and elnstudio 2013 was sponsored in part by Accenture and RBC. The DiverseCity Fellows program is funded in part by the Government of Ontario.
 The Greater Toronto Leadership Project

DiverseCity: The Greater Toronto Leadership Project DiverseCity is funded in part by the Government of Ontario. It was made possible by a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) and received a Toronto Community Foundation Vital Ideas grant in 2011.

 Our Region, Our Move

CivicAction Forum: Our Region, Our Move The CivicAction Forum was sponsored in part by the Government of Ontario, Manulife Financial, OLG, and RBC. See the full list of sponsors.