Everyone in the Toronto area should come to the Hockey Hall of Fame this evening to welcome Elizabeth May as she completes the first leg of her nation-wide whistle-stop tour (click that link for a very cool website that lets you follow the trip so far). I have the honour of being the master of ceremonies at tonight’s event. Details below, see you there.
Elizabeth May’s itinerary for Wednesday, September 24thÂ
Green Party leader Elizabeth May will continue her cross-country whistle-stop train tour on Wednesday.Â She will spend the morning traveling through Northern Ontario before making stops in Sudbury and Parry Sound. She ends this leg of her tour with a large rally in Toronto. The whistle-stop tour will start out from Toronto on Friday for the next part of her tour.
12:30 PM – 12:55 PM (EDT) â€“ Ms. May’s whistle-stop tour will make a stop for a rally in Capreol, Ontario at the VIA rail station.
1:21 PM – 1:31PM (EDT) â€“ Ms. May will meet with supporters and the public when her train stops in Sudbury Junction at the VIA rail station (10km north of Sudbury).
4:17PM – 4:27PM (EDT) â€“ Ms. May’s whistle-stop tour will stop for a rally in Parry Sound. She will meet with local candidates, supporters, media, and the public at the stop.
5:49PM – 5:59PM (EDT) â€“ Ms. May will meet with supporters, candidates, and the media when her train stops for a rally in Washago, Ontario.
8:00PM – 11:00PM (EDT) â€“ The western leg of Ms. May’s whistle-stop tour will end at Union Station in Toronto. After getting off the train Ms May will immediately take part in a large rally at the Hockey Hall of Fame. (30 Yonge Street)
Toronto Green Party Candidates welcome Elizabeth May with rally on Wednesday
Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, will be joined by Toronto-area candidates and supporters at a rally on Wednesday to celebrate the successful Western leg of her cross-Canada whistle-stop train tour.
Ms. May’s train will arrive at Union Station at 8PM. Upon arrival she will walk to the Hockey Hall of Fame to address a rally of supporters and the general public. Ms. May will be available for media at the rally but only for a photo-op at Union Station.
8 PM â€“ 1 AM, Wednesday, September 24th
Arrival: Union Station, 65 Front Street West, Toronto
Rally: Hockey Hall of Fame, 30 Yonge Street, Toronto
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Didn’t see anything about this in the print media. Maybe G&M editorial board member Adam Radwanski knows something:
Remember when there was concern — from this corner, among others — that participating in the debates might actually kill Elizabeth May’s momentum? It’s fair to say that momentum has already been killed by the lack of interest in her cross-country train tour, which the national media is now officially ignoring. The debates can’t come quickly enough.
Interesting. Someone should probably tell that to all of the national media that were on the train with her and have been reporting on the trip for the last week.
Actually, I stand corrected. After meeting with the Tor Star editorial board, they did transcribe her gratuitous personal attacks on Stephen Harper, part of her new way of “doing politics differently” I guess.
And Maclean’s Paul Wells is blogging about her today:
Where to throw your vote, when your voteâ€™s good only for throwing?