This year’s virtual event will honour the transformative work happening in Toronto to respond, rebuild, and create a future that is more sustainable and just.
This year has been a time of upheaval and change. It has also been a time of incredible re-envisioning and re-imagining of the future of our city. We’ll shine a spotlight on the organizing and visioning happening in Toronto, highlighting the contributions of workers, community organizers and movement leaders.
As with the Greener City Celebration in past years, we’ll be joined by special guests, entertainers, community partners and collaborators.
Online event (participation link will be sent on December 2nd)
Tuesday, December 8th at 7:30 pm
Hosted by Ali Hassan
Once again, our host will be Canadian comedian Ali Hassan, best known as the host of CBC Radio One's weekly comedy program "Laugh Out Loud" and as the moderator of CBC Radio's annual "Canada Reads" competition since 2017.
All funds raised by the Greener City Celebration will go towards the Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA)'s local campaigns and projects.
Some of what you can expect on December 8th
- An engaging and lively panel discussion with Toronto community organizers, thought leaders and movement builders.
- TEA will announce the recipient of the 4th annual Greener City for All Award, which is presented to a local hero that has demonstrated innovation in making Toronto an equitable and sustainable city.
- 2018 JUNO Award-nominated artist Ruben 'Beny' Esguerra - musician, spoken word poet and community arts educator - will return with a high-energy musical performance.
- More special guests and speakers to be announced!
- Greener City Leader: $550/ticket (admission for up to 10 guests) - your name and/or logo displayed in our evening’s slide deck program.
- Greener City Friend: $120/ticket - your name printed in our evening’s slide deck program.
- Greener City Collaborator: $55/ticket
- Greener City Supporter: $40/ticket
- Greener City Ally (student & underwaged): $20/ticket
If you have issues with purchasing your ticket online, leave us a voicemail at 416-596-0660 or email [email protected].
If you would rather make a donation in lieu of a ticket, please indicate so in the comment box on the ticketing form.