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August 20th
9:07 PM
From teenhealthsource: 
*** PLEASE REBLOG!!!****
The Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP): Peer-Based Sexual Health Education for Newcomer Youth
Are you a newcomer to Canada who is between the ages of 16 and 29? Do you want to give back to your community by being a Peer Educator and youth leader? Are you interested in fighting the barriers and discrimination that newcomers experience when it comes to living healthy lives? We want YOU to join S.N.A.P.!
We are looking for youth who are interested in engaging with their peers from diverse newcomer communities in Toronto to address our lack of relevant and accessible sexual health education. Through the development and delivery of peer-led sexual health education workshops, activities and resources, you will have an active role in making youth in your community feel more comfortable and healthy. You will also get $150 for being a part of this project.
This project will run for three years, with a new programming cycle every year. We ask for a 1-year commitment from our volunteers.
If chosen as a Peer Educator, you will be a member of the S.N.A.P. Youth Advisory Committee (YAC). The YAC will participate in a 10 week training series, covering sexual health, healthy relationships, and communication and facilitation. With support and guidance from PPT staff, the YAC will work together to develop sexual health education activities and a workshops for newcomer youth which will be facilitated in your communities.
The deadline for volunteer applications is September 12th. Application forms can be found on Planned Parenthood Toronto’s website www.ppt.on.ca. To submit your application or for more info, contact Zaheen Karim by email at zkarim@ppt.on.caor by calling (416) 961-0113 ext. 147.

From teenhealthsource

*** PLEASE REBLOG!!!****

The Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP): Peer-Based Sexual Health Education for Newcomer Youth

Are you a newcomer to Canada who is between the ages of 16 and 29? Do you want to give back to your community by being a Peer Educator and youth leader? Are you interested in fighting the barriers and discrimination that newcomers experience when it comes to living healthy lives? We want YOU to join S.N.A.P.!

We are looking for youth who are interested in engaging with their peers from diverse newcomer communities in Toronto to address our lack of relevant and accessible sexual health education. Through the development and delivery of peer-led sexual health education workshops, activities and resources, you will have an active role in making youth in your community feel more comfortable and healthy. You will also get $150 for being a part of this project.

This project will run for three years, with a new programming cycle every year. We ask for a 1-year commitment from our volunteers.

If chosen as a Peer Educator, you will be a member of the S.N.A.P. Youth Advisory Committee (YAC). The YAC will participate in a 10 week training series, covering sexual health, healthy relationships, and communication and facilitation. With support and guidance from PPT staff, the YAC will work together to develop sexual health education activities and a workshops for newcomer youth which will be facilitated in your communities.

The deadline for volunteer applications is September 12th. Application forms can be found on Planned Parenthood Toronto’s website www.ppt.on.ca. To submit your application or for more info, contact Zaheen Karim by email at zkarim@ppt.on.caor by calling (416) 961-0113 ext. 147.

12:30 PM

(via -ryan)

August 18th
12:11 PM
Man, I really hope we don’t have exploding racoons now. Very Guardians-of-the-GTA.

Man, I really hope we don’t have exploding racoons now. Very Guardians-of-the-GTA.

August 17th
12:03 PM
Lawrence Avenue bridge, 1915

Lawrence Avenue bridge, 1915

11:58 AM
Jane Street and Lawrence Avenue West, 1965

Jane Street and Lawrence Avenue West, 1965

11:24 AM

commandersheena: In one of my film classes last semester we had to tell a story in 3 pictures for a mini assignment so my friend and I did this

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August 15th
12:25 AM

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August 14th
10:11 PM
meetbylake: Passed by Channing Tatum today and he asked me for a cigarette

meetbylake: Passed by Channing Tatum today and he asked me for a cigarette

7:40 PM

Toronto Studio Spaces Available!

from megankearney:

Hey All! Our Toronto studio needs your help! We have a whopping FOUR available spaces for September (we’re adding new desks!) and we need to fill ‘em with delightful artists so we can pay our rent and keep making comics! We’re a friendly and supportive work environment and (super bonus!) we have the lowest studio rent in the city.

What are the perks, you may ask? We have a kitchenette, a cute fire escape garden, all the wi-fi you can eat, and an amazingly stocked tea cupboard. We’re close to art supply stores, print shops, great restaurants and a free pool/gym, and we have a streetcar stop right out front. The studio has a security system to protect your stuff, and AC for the hot summer months. Also, a group of helpful, friendly cartoonist ladies including Xaviere Daumarie (Bitten, Museum Horribilium, a bunch of manga translations) Meaghan Carter (Take Off, Valor), Megan Kearney (Beauty and The Beast, Valor) and Ally Rom Colthoff (Chirault, and a bunch of TV shows).

SO! If you’ve been working from home and it’s getting lonely, if you’re working P/T and ready to take your art more seriously, or if you’re a crafter/seamstress/writer/painter/artist in need of a dedicated workspace, drop me a message at kearneymeg@gmail.com or here on tumblr! <3

Seriously, it’s a great workplace and some of the nicest people I’ve ever met. If you’re in Toronto, you wanna work here.

6:43 PM
tablloyd: Don’t forget to watch the current season of Suits to see my Gardiner piece in Mikes office. More work can be found at www.tablloyd.com.

tablloyd: Don’t forget to watch the current season of Suits to see my Gardiner piece in Mikes office. More work can be found at www.tablloyd.com.