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Nathan Phillips Square In front of City Hall.
We are an a collective of more than 250 volunteers from Avaaz.org, 350.org Toronto, Greenpeace, and other such organizations. We've united from Toronto, Markham, Mississauga, and other places to tell our leaders that we must divest from unsustainable fossil fuels and instead make our energy 100 per cent clean by 2050 for the safety and of our planet!
With a green heart as our unifying symbol, we'll be joining the 200,000 people in New York City and millions of others marching in their communities around the world from our starting point in Toronto. We'll get the crowd going with a few speeches before starting out of the Square with a very colourful display of green love. It's time to wake up the world to the imminent crisis and to tell world leaders that the time for action is NOW!
Start in Nathan Phillips Square at the stage area. From there, we will go south to Queen St. W, west to University Ave, north to Dundas St. W, east to Yonge St, south to Queen St. W, and then westward to return to Nathan Phillips Square.
We'll march back into our world with new spirit and new hope.
Sponsored/Endorsed by: Avaaz.org, 350.org, Greenpeace, Toronto Raging Grannies
Organizers: Peter de Vries and Emmay Mah - "PeoplesClimateMarchTO@gma