Join us for our 3rd Annual Skill Swap!



Our ward advocates have had a direct impact on Toronto by effectively advocating for contraflow lanes on Shaw, protected bike lanes on Richmond & Adelaide and across Eglinton, and most recently, helping us garner support for the pilot project on Bloor Street! We’re thrilled to announce that Cycle Toronto now over 20 active groups across Toronto’s 44 wards - but we’re just getting started...

Do you want to make streets in your community safer? We’re pleased to invite you to our 3rd Annual Skills Swap Training on Nov 21, 9:30-4pm at Metro Hall. 

You’ll learn about accessing City Hall, campaign development & leadership, ward advocacy, your legal rights & responsibilities, Social Media Strategies, and more! You'll get to connect with other ward advocates from across Toronto, and hear from experts from across the field, all while helping to shape the future of cycling in Toronto.

If you are interested in attending the Skill Swap, please RSVP to our Memberships & Ward Advocacy Manager, Mark Romeril, at 

A special thanks to the Metcalf Foundation for their ​generous ​suppor​t for this event.

By Bex McKnigt on Nov 16, 2015