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TOMMY TAYLOR

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Tommy is a theatre artist, activist and fundraiser living in Toronto, ON. Since being unlawfully arrested at the 2010 Toronto G20 Summit, he has been very involved with civil liberties activism, working closely with the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. Tommy toured a show about his experience, “You Should Have Stayed Home: A G20 Romp!”, across Canada – including a visit to Parliament Hill in 2013. The show was produced by Toronto based award-winning Praxis Theatre. Tommy has been involved with a number of arts and culture organizations throughout the GTA. Through his past position with Public Outreach Consultancy, he has been a political advocacy fundraiser on behalf of LeadNow, Open Media as well as environmental organizations. Tommy’s past fundraising work also includes supervising campaigns on behalf of CAMH, SickKids, The Redwood Women’s Shelter, MSF and Amnesty International Canada. He also worked a six month internship with Amnesty International Canada’s Toronto office in 2012. Recently, Tommy has helped organize the  #MyG20 5th Anniversary event/campaign, and performed a one person show at the Toronto Fringe Festival. 

Tommy and Elizabeth May

THE RESPONSIBLE ALTERNATIVE

Responsibility to People:

  • Guaranteed Living Income
  • Pharmacare
  • Respect for All Canadians, from Veterans to First Nations

Responsibility to the Economy:

  • Building Local & Sustainable Economies
  • Diversifying Canadian Industries
  • Fiscal Responsibility

Responsibility to the Environment:

  • Clear Action on Climate Change
  • Sustainable Transit
  • Protection for Natural Areas & Water Security

Responsibility to Democracy:

  • Electoral & Democratic Reform
  • Accountability and Oversight
  • Bill C-51 Repeal

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