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Event Notice -- Rainbow ROUTES Association AGM

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MEDIA RELEASE: Rainbow ROUTES Association General Meeting

Deb McIntosh, Rainbow ROUTES Association’s Executive Director and newly elected Ward 9 City
Councillor, will present at the Rainbow ROUTES Association Annual General Meeting on November 20, 2014. She will review some of the highlights and achievements of the Rainbow ROUTES Association over the last ten years.

The AGM will review the past year’s activities as well as future plans for Rainbow ROUTES Association. The meeting will be held in the Laurentian School of Architecture (LAL) room in the lower level of St Andrew’s Place (111 Larch St) at 7 pm on Thursday, November 20 th . Community members interested in mobility issues are most welcome to attend.


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