Moss Park Armoury Transformation Project
A Campaign to Turn a Little-Used War Training Facility into a Non-Profit, Affordable Housing Community in the heart of Toronto

In the early 1960s, housing in the city block between Shuter and Queen (north-south) and Jarvis and Sherbourne (west-east) was knocked down to make way for a war training facility, the Moss Park Armoury. Since April, 2002, we have campaigned to transform the armoury back into housing to meet the REAL needs of the community. The campaign has been endorsed by Toronto City Council, Street Health, Foodshare, the Toronto Disaster Relief Committee, and thousands of people who have signed our petitions.

We have currently suspended for the time being regular Tuesday evening vigils from 5 to 6:30 pm to hand out flyers, gather signatures on our petition, serve food, and offer an ear to listen and whatever skills we have to help those seeking assistance.Keep up the pressure on Mayor David Miller to pressure Ottawa to turn the facility over to the city.

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