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Premier of Birth of a City, the Story of Toronto

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555 Dundas Street East

Toronto, ON M5A 2B7

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Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Glen Murray, MPP Toronto Centre and producer David Blackmore, invite you to the premier of Birth of a City, the Story of Toronto.

A fun and fact filled documentary film presentation with live music and narration that explores Toronto’s native roots and its greatest achievements. The event is presented by NewArts, an innovative nonprofit, and is a celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary. Performances are scheduled for Toronto schools with a goal to reach an estimated 100,000 school children throughout 2017.

“It is with great pleasure that I congratulate everyone involved with the launch of the project Birth of a City: the story of Toronto.” The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

“Birth of a City: the story of Toronto celebrates Canada’s 150th anniversary by showcasing our native roots and the major achievements of our diverse city.” Mayor John Tory, City of Toronto

"We need to keep reminding ourselves about how lucky we are to be Canadians, and Birth of City: The Story of Toronto does exactly that. This imaginative history project provides children an opportunity to better understand our native roots and contributions made by immigrants towards our major accomplishments and what better occasion than Canada's 150 anniversary." Luba Goy, Royal Canadian Air Farce



Made possible with the generous support of:

Principal sponsor

  • LiUNA Local 183

Producer sponsors

  • Tootyr.com
  • UFCW Locals 175 & 633,
  • LiUNA Local 506


School sponsor

  • Heart of Gold Foundation

An Official Project of:

  • Canada 150

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