We’re Hiring! Part Time Organizer


Please note that the start time of this contract has changed

Toronto Centre Federal NDP Riding Association

Position:         Riding Organizer

Salary:             $15/hour

Background:  The Toronto Centre Federal NDP Riding Association is hiring a part-time organizer to support the riding’s outreach and campaign initiatives.

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Exec Meeting Notice

The new Toronto Centre NDP Provincial and Federal Executives now meet every second Tuesday of the month.

The Provincial Exec meets from 6-8pm while the Federal Exec meets from 7-9pm. 7-8pm is a joint meeting.

This month’s meeting (May 13) will be held at Daniel’s Learning Centre at 540 Dundas St. E.

All Toronto Centre NDP members are permitted to attend. Please RSVP to Vince – vincecifani@gmail.com.

Day of Action: Toronto-Centre for Trinity-Spadina

It’s election season! We’re facing a series of elections: provincially, municipally, and even federally. Our neighbours in Trinity-Spadina are about to head to the polls in a federal by-election.

On that note, we’re changing our plans for our Day of Action. To get ready for all the election work ahead of us, we’re joining the Campaign Kick-Off Day of Action in Trinity-Spadina to support our neighbours and friends.

Join us on May 3rd! The campaign office is located at 343 College Street (southwest corner of College and Augusta).


The Details:
Date: May 3rd
Time: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Location: 343 College Street, Toronto
Cost: FREE

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/450904535044410/

Provincial Nomination Meeting Result

Earlier today New Democrats in Toronto came together to nominate our new provincial nominee from 3 amazing candidates. Congratulations to Kate Sellar, our provincial nominee for the Toronto Centre NDP! Thanks and congratulations as well to Susan Gapka and Dean Maher for their great work.


Come to our UNITY PARTY after the nomination meeting!


Join the Toronto Centre NDP after this Sunday’s nomination meeting for a celebration of unity, teamwork, and to welcome our newly nominated provincial candidate for Toronto Centre!

We’ll be at the Church Street Garage and refreshments will be provided. It is a fully accessible venue.

The Details:
Date: April 13th
Time: 4:30 PM
Location: Church Street Garage, 477 Church St.
Cost: FREE

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1421262784799444/1421266538132402/

The Nomination Meeting is on Sunday afternoon. Details can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/710948688956585/718896388161815/

NoJetsTO Volunteering



Join the fight with the Toronto Centre NDP and NoJetsTO to save Toronto’s waterfront.

NoJetsTO has organised a phone bank and needs volunteers for this upcoming weekend.

Give two hours this weekend and help preserve Toronto’s mixed-use waterfront and boutique Island Airport.


March 28, Friday 5-7 pm

March 28, Friday 7-9pm

March 29, Saturday 12-2pm,  2-4pm, 4-6pm, & 6-8pm

March 30, Sunday 1-3pm & 3-5pm

March 31, Monday 5-7pm & 7-9pm

The office is at 1 Dundas Street West. Contact Vince @ vincecifani@gmail.com if you’re able to join the fight this weekend or any other time to save Toronto’s waterfront.

Our Provincial Nomination Meeting is on April 13th


Join us on Sunday, April 13th that New Democrats living in Toronto Centre will select the NDP candidate for the next provincial election.

Only NDP members in good standing and resident within the current electoral boundaries of the Toronto Centre federal riding, for at least thirty (30) days prior to April 13th are entitled to vote at the nomination meeting. If your membership has lapsed in the past year, you must renew by March 31st in order to be eligible to vote at the nomination meeting. Renewals will be available at the door for Status 1/2 members. For questions regarding the status of your membership, please call the Ontario NDP at 416-591-8637 or email info@on.ndp.ca. Non-voting observers are welcome to attend.

Registration will open at 1:30 PM. The meeting will begin at 2:00 PM.

The Details:
Date: April 13th
Time: 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM
Location: OPSEU Hall, 31 Wellesley St. East, Toronto
Cost: FREE

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/710948688956585/

Congratulations to the newly elected TCNDP executive teams!

Congratulations to all the newly elected members of our provincial and federal riding associations! We have a great year ahead of us.


And also a big thank you to all the members who have finished their terms on the exec tonight for all their hard work during 2013-14. We hope to see you all again soon!

Our Annual General Meeting is tonight!

After a year of unprecedented growth, join us as we prepare to hit new heights in Toronto Centre in 2014-2015!

The Toronto Centre NDP Riding Association will be holding their Annual General Meeting tonight (March 4th) at OPSEU Hall.

• By-Election Report
• Annual Reports of the President, Chief Financial Officers and Membership Officer
• Amendments to the Association Constitution
• Election of Officers — please refer to the proposed constitution (sent via email) for executive positions and descriptions.
• Guest speaker: Ali Chatur, the Everyday Political Citizen of the Year and the Youth Councillor for Ward 29

As you know, the Toronto Centre New Democrats have been operating as a joint federal and provincial riding association. At this meeting, we will be reconstituting ourselves as separate federal and provincial riding associations, each association with their own constitution and elected officers. This change is in order to prepare us for the new federal electoral boundaries.

Only members in good standing are eligible to vote in elections and on motions at the meeting. New memberships and membership renewals will be available at the registration desk. Registration will take place from 6:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. and the AGM itself will begin at 6:30 p.m.


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