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2019 ANNUAL REPORT

2019
Annual Report

Toronto Public Library Foundation

Donors Make a Difference

For the thousands of you who became first-time donors in 2019, and for the many who have supported us since the beginning – thank you. As you read through this year’s annual report, please know that these donor-funded initiatives would not be possible without your generosity and steadfast commitment to Toronto Public Library.
Jennifer Jones
President, Toronto Public Library Foundation

Why We Fundraise for TPL

The Toronto Public Library Foundation is making it possible for anyone to invest in the health and vitality of our world-class city. Donations to TPLF help support the exemplary collections, ground-breaking programs and services as well as the innovative spaces at the world’s busiest public library system.
TPL is helping to build a Toronto that is:

More Resilient & Connected

When you transform libraries, you transform neighbourhoods.

More Involved & More Informed

Access to lifelong learning opportunities puts people on the path to success.

More Prepared to Thrive in the Digital World

Digital access and digital inclusion is the great equalizer.

More Creative, Accepting & Civically Engaged

Participating in creative and cultural opportunities builds a vibrant, healthy city.

Metrics and Donor Feedback

Toronto Public Library is the busiest library system in the world. Learn about the amazing accomplishments of your Library and what patrons had to say. 

A Strong Partnership with TD Bank Group

As one of Toronto Public Library’s largest and longest-standing donors, the Foundation is grateful to TD Bank Group for generously supporting TPL programs, collections and community spaces since 1996.

TD Summer Reading Club

TD Summer Reading Club is a great way for kids to keep reading all summer long. More than 300,000 kids participated last year and enjoyed the fun of reading, anywhere, anytime over the summer thanks to TD Bank Group’s incredible support.
As Canada’s biggest, bilingual summer reading program for children of all ages, all interests, and all abilities, this free Club celebrates Canadian authors, illustrators and stories, and inspires kids to build a lifelong love of reading. Children who don’t read over the summer risk losing up to three months of hard earned reading progress. Even short bursts of reading can increase a child’s confidence, preparing them to go back to school.
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Our Fragile Planet

TD Friends of the Environment Foundation enables TPL to deliver Our Fragile Planet series of programs that bring together authors, scientists, experts and advocates of the environment to raise awareness about the planet and ways to protect it.  TPL introduced its first Environmentalist in Residence (EnvIR) in 2018 to share their expertise in the areas of conservation and sustainability.
Our Fragile Planet inspires people of all ages to learn more about the environment through informative lectures, hands-on workshops and consultations and engaging community events.
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TD Gallery at the Toronto Reference Library

Through expertly curated exhibits, engaging tours and programming, this creative and inviting space at the Toronto Reference Library provides free access to arts and culture and connects Torontonians of all ages to collective, cultural storytelling.
An interactive mixed media exhibition about hip hop culture was held at the Gallery in February 2019. A partnership with Northside Hip Hop Archive helped bring to life the exhibit ‘For the Record: An Idea of the North’, featuring stories explored through rare and unique items and artifacts curated from the Library’s Special Collections.
Pictured: Guests attending the exhibit opening.
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TD Heritage Programming

Torontonians have free, easy access to educational, social and cultural resources, programs and experiences online and in welcoming and supportive spaces at TPL branches across the city. Patrons can embrace diversity year-round, and experience increased opportunities through Heritage Programming at the Library generously supported by TD Bank Group that includes Black History, Asian Heritage and Indigenous Celebrations. TPL heritage programs shine a light on writers, historians, musicians and artists and engage new audiences that help strengthen cultural connections to each other and to our communities.
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Biblio Bash Presented by TD Bank Group

The Foundation’s 2019 Biblio Bash, presented by TD Bank Group, is a black-tie fundraising gala that brings together top authors, philanthropists, arts and culture supporters, and entrepreneurs from across Canada to support vital programs at Toronto Public Library.
TD Bank Group’s support helped reinforce the importance of investing in life-changing Library programs, services, spaces and collections that create long-term positive impact on the whole city.
Pictured: Guests from TD Bank Group.
VIEW EVENT GALLERY

Highlights from a Busy Year!

New donors, new programs, new staff, milestones and more; 2019 was a year of many accomplishments at TPLF.

First Ever I’m Library People Day

Mayor John Tory declared Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 “I’m Library People Day” in Toronto so to celebrate, we went to visit Corus Television’s, Global New Morning. And, we brought the TPL Bookmobile for the live television interview! We wanted to spread the word about our library on wheels to ensure everyone knows about this valuable TPL mobile library service.
Pictured: TV host Liem Vu with TPLF President, Jennifer Jones
READ AND WATCH TPLF IN THE NEWS

BookEnds Used Book Store Re-Opens

After a lengthy renovation at our North York Central Library, the popular used book store run by the  Friends of Toronto Public Library, North Chapter, reopened its doors in a busy new location. All proceeds from the sale of books and special events support children’s programs at the Library.
The Friends of TPL is a volunteer organization that raises funds for Toronto Public Library.
VOLUNTEER WITH THE FRIENDS OF TPL

Our New Additions Joining the TPLF Board of Directors

Toronto Public Library Foundation is proud to announce the appointment of two new Board Members. Moez Kassam (left) is Principal & Portfolio Manager at Anson Funds and Rita Theil (right) is President at JacKryn Holdings Inc. Their individual expertise and strong interest in the success of TPL will be a great addition to the Board.
Welcome to team TPLF!
MEET OUR BOARD

A Brand New St. Clair/Silverthorn

After a nearly two-year closure, TPL’s St. Clair/Silverthorn Branch has been completely re-built from the ground up. This bright, attractive and smartly-designed branch is a welcoming addition to the St. Clair West community. New features include a glassed-in program room, barrier-free access to the second floor, extra seating throughout and an additional 850 square feet to accommodate more programs and services.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BRANCH

Literary Circle Launches New Committee

The Foundation’s Literary Circle signature membership program provides opportunities where donors can make an important impact at TPL and receive exclusive access to special content and events featuring fascinating authors, story-tellers and thought-leaders.
A group of dedicated LC members came together in 2019 to form a new Literary Circle Committee, led by chair and TPLF Board Member Jennifer Wardrop, to help shape program priorities and support the strategy and growth of the membership.
Pictured: Journalist Andree Lau with author Samra Zafar
BECOME A LITERARY CIRCLE MEMBER

Launch of a New Logo

Our city keeps changing. People’s needs keep changing. So TPL needs to keep changing, and we are! The Library is the vital active ingredient in the lives of Library customers and the city, and we’re transforming to deliver 21st century service excellence, starting with a new brand visual identity. TPL’s brand promise of Activate Something Great, acts as a connector for all the diverse opportunities and experiences that the Library creates.
ACTIVATE SOMETHING GREAT

Investing in our Community

Building success, resilience and well-being for our city.

LOVE YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY

Brancaccio gift to Armour Heights Branch


TPL’s Armour Heights branch services a thriving neighbourhood of families, seniors and newcomers to Canada. It’s also the home branch of Salvatore Brancaccio who recently gave a much-needed gift that enables more branch programming for seniors and provides accessible devices and services to support this North York community. Mr. Brancaccio and his late wife Marion were frequent visitors to Armour Heights and the TPL Foundation is grateful for the lasting impact that this generous gift is already making.
LEARN MORE ABOUT ARMOUR HEIGHTS

IN MEMORY OF JAE BLUE

Benefitting children with disabilities


In memory of former elementary school librarian, Jae Blue, loving family members gave to TPL’s S. Walter Stewart Branch to support the purchase of assistive technology, equipment, resources and materials to benefit children with disabilities and help them to participate more fully in TPL programs and activities. The gift will allow the Library to pilot these tools in the Children’s Area at the branch and later at other branches in the East York area.
LEARN MORE ABOUT S. WALTER STEWART BRANCH

Building Success with our Donors

New donors, new programs, new staff, milestones and more; 2019 was a year of many accomplishments at TPLF.

Community Campaign Supports After School Programs and TPL Bookmobile

Torontonians united to support TPLF’s Biblio Bash Community Campaign, enabling residents to raise funds for the annual gala’s two important fundraising priorities and help achieve our goal even sooner. Participation was overwhelming and we thank everyone who made a thoughtful donation.
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Enjoy a Visit to the Museum: Thanks to your Library Card

Free admission to Toronto museums and cultural attractions through TPL’s Museum + Arts Pass (MAP) program is available to anyone with a library card. Individuals and families can get admission to 17 Toronto museums and other cultural attractions like the Ontario Science Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario and the Toronto Zoo, and more!
A generous donation from the Bennett Family Foundation helps make this beloved program possible at Toronto Public Library for many in our city without the financial means to visit these popular venues across the city.
LEARN MORE ABOUT MAP

Building Futures for Youth: Career Coaching in Residence

Thanks to a partnership with the RBC Future Launch initiative, the Friends of TPL, South Chapter, and TPLF Board Member, Rita Theil, TPL will pilot a one-year online in-residence program working with vulnerable youth across the city. Selected coaches from counselling, education, social work and certified coaching backgrounds will assess youth interests and skills and help navigate their entry into the workforce through the development of individualized career plans. Youth can use RBC and Library resources and education to help guide their future success.
CAREER COACHING RESIDENCIES

Community Celebration at Downsview Branch: Making Music Accessible to All

The second Sun Life Musical Instrument Lending Library launched at TPL’s Downsview Branch with a day-long musical Community Celebration. City Librarian Vickery Bowles was joined by Paul Joliat, Assistant VP of Philanthropy and Sponsorships at Sun Life, and Sarah Fulford, Chair of the TPL Foundation Board of Directors.
The celebration included an instrument “petting zoo”, fun photo booth, refreshments, and musical programming throughout the day. Customers can borrow keyboards, guitars, violins and more, free with a library card.
LEARN MORE ABOUT MUSICAL INSTRUMENT LENDING LIBRARY

J.P. Bickell Foundation: Helping Children Thrive After School

A gift from the J. P. Bickell Foundation to support TPL’s After School Clubs (for kids ages 6 to 12) helped increase programs, and purchase new technology, leading educational tools and supplies in 46 Library branches currently running this specialized programming. Kids in Clubs learn a variety of fun and educational activities, crafts, games and STEM programs, while meeting other kids and having fun.
LEARN MORE

Special Collections at Toronto Public Library

Rare and valuable materials are collected and preserved for current and future research.

PRESERVING TORONTO’S HISTORY

Digitization of Special Collections

Vera Chau
Over the years, the Library’s special collections have grown in significance, size and relevance. In an effort to maximize their reach and depth, the Library is focused on digitizing Special Collections content currently in the public domain. Thanks to a gift to the purchase of specialized equipment from donors Vera and John Chau, TPL can advance its goals, making the Library’s cultural heritage more readily available for all Torontonians, and those beyond our city, to access online.
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JANE DOBELL CELEBRATES MILESTONE

Congratulations to Friends of Osborne Supporter

Jane Dobell
Friends of the Osborne Collection hosted a 90th birthday celebration and unveiled a special plaque at the Lillian H. Smith branch to honour Jane Dobell – a champion of the Osborne Collection of Early Children’s Books. A bibliophile, long-term Fundraising Chair, donor, collection builder, and the founder of the Sybille Pantazzi Memorial Lecture, Jane is an inspiration to us all. The TPL Foundation appreciates her incredible 30+ years of support.
LEARN MORE ABOUT OSBORNE COLLECTION

Special Celebrations

Donors and supporters coming together in celebration to support vital programming and services at the Library.

Annual Biblio Bash Gala, Presented by TD Bank Group Raises $755,000

Toronto philanthropists and library lovers came together at the Toronto Reference Library for Biblio Bash to raise funds for Toronto Public Library in support of two important Library priorities: the purchase of a new Bookmobile to reach under-served communities; and equipping kids in TPL’s After School Clubs with programs and nutritious snacks. The 4th annual gala was emceed by the hosts of CTV’s daytime talk show The Social and guests included 43 notable authors and 500 guests at the sold-out black-tie event.
Special thanks to the Moez and Marissa Kassam Foundation and The David and Stacey Cynamon Family Foundation for their generous $50,000 matching gifts received onsite at the gala. Biblio Bash photos and premiere film, ‘A Day in the Life of Toronto Public Library’, starring Rick Mercer, can be found at bibliobash.ca
Pictured: Guests Sarah Macdonald, Sarah Rafferty and Victoria Webster

Hush Hush Party Raises Over $145,000 for Toronto Public Library

Toronto’s popular #PartyInTheStacks party left its usual home at the Bloor/Gladstone Library and moved to the larger Toronto Reference Library allowing even more guests to join the fun. Over 800 people partied the night away in support of TPL. Funds raised at the 7th annual Hush Hush support free access for all Torontonians to ground-breaking programs and services, exemplary collections and vital resources at the Library. Special thanks to Hush Hush sponsors RBC InvestEase, Ewing Morris, Array of Stars and media partners She Does the City, The Kit and Toronto Life.
See all the party pics at hush-hush.ca

Heritage Society Author Talk With Louise Penny and Ann Cleeves

Heritage Society members are dedicated TPL donors who choose to include the Library in their will and estate plans. Members were recently treated to an exclusive reception with best-selling writers, and dear friends, Louise Penny and Ann Cleeves who shared their passion for crime writing, and their love of public libraries.
Learn more about membership benefits and joining the Heritage Society.
BECOME A MEMBER

Literary Circle Reception: A Conversation with Toronto Foodies

Last November, Literary Circle members enjoyed a delicious evening focused on all things food. Claire Tansey, chef, author and TPL’s first-ever Food Writer-In-Residence (far left) hosted a lively conversation with culinary experts Alison Fryer and Afrim Pristine. This laugh-out-loud discussion focused on their unique experiences in the food industry, Toronto’s world-class restaurant scene and their favourite family food traditions. The event was sponsored by Penguin Random House Canada.
JOIN LITERARY CIRCLE

Family Storytime at TPL with Zack Hyman

Professional hockey player and children’s author Zach Hyman was TPLF’s special guest at a private donor event. Zach shared his powerful message about chasing dreams by telling his personal journey to becoming a Toronto Maple Leaf. He read from his popular children’s book Hockey Hero and then spent time with TPL supporters and their families signing autographs and playing robot hockey.
See all the fun photos on our Facebook page.
VIEW PHOTOS

Milestones

GREAT PROGRAMMING – 10 YEARS STRONG

Congratulations to the Bram & Bluma Appel Salon


As we look back on 10 years of The Bram & Bluma Appel Salon in the Toronto Reference Library, we recognize the generosity of the Bluma Appeal Community Trust that made this welcoming space possible. With donor support, TPL offers exceptional year-round literary and cultural programming and compelling conversations with local and international authors. Many high profile authors have been part of the rich history of Appel Salon programming including Canadian poet and novelist Margaret Atwood, seen here being interviewed by media personality George Stroumboulopoulos.
There is something for everyone to enjoy.
LEARN MORE

INVESTING IN LIBRARIAN EDUCATION

Ten Years of Pauline Hinch Award & Endowment Fund


Pauline Hinch was a dedicated librarian at Toronto Public Library who had an incredible work ethic, love for her job and connection to her staff. Every year an award in her honour provides financial support to a worthy staff member studying for a graduate degree in librarianship.
A gathering was held at North York Central Library to recognize the milestone anniversary and bring together previous award recipients as well as Pauline’s family, friends and colleagues. Congratulations to the 2019 recipient, Sharuka Thangalingam, seen here with Gordon Hinch and Jennifer Jones.
LEARN ABOUT TPLF ENDOWMENTS

Financials

The Toronto Public Library Foundation’s highest priority is to ensure that Toronto Public Library has essential resources to enhance its collections, programs, technology and spaces. The Foundation is committed to financial accountability and to providing clear and transparent information about our financial position.
2019 AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

Financial Highlights

TPL Financials

Statement of Financial Position

As at December 31, 2019, excerpted from audited Financial Statements
TPL Assets
TPL Liabilities

Statement of Financial Operations and Changes in Fund Balance

Year ended December 31, 2019, excerpted from audited Financial Statements
TPL Revenue

Our Donors

The Foundation gratefully acknowledges and celebrates the exceptional generosity of the many donors and supporters who gave a gift in support of Toronto Public Library in 2019.

The Carnegie Society

The Carnegie Society honours the Foundation’s most generous donors whose cumulative financial support since 1997 begins at $25,000. The following donors are recognized as permanent patrons of the Carnegie Society in gratitude for their extraordinary support for Toronto’s Library.
Yorkville Society ($1,000,000+)
Bluma Appel Community Trust
Charles & Marilyn Baillie
James Davidson Bain
Jane Dobell
Friends of the Toronto Public Library, North & South Chapters
Google Community Grants Fund of Tides Foundation
Estate of Norman G. Hinton
Estate of Sophia Lucyk
The Catherine and Maxwell Meighen Foundation
Sun Life
TD Bank Group
The Bennett Family Foundation
Toronto Star
Annette Society ($250,000 to $999,999)
In memory of Avie Bennett
Barbara Kathleen Bird Trust
Richard & Joan Boxer
Estate of Mary Wanda Brown
Estate of Catherine Fine
Friends of the Osborne and Lillian H. Smith Collections
HarperCollins Canada Limited / Harlequin Enterprises Limited
Anne Alycin Hayes & Elliott Hayes in memory of John Sullivan Hayes & Jo Ann Elliott Hayes
Estate of Leida Jurman
Janet & Bruce McKelvey
Metcalf Foundation
F.C. Larry Muller & Scholastic Canada
Estate of Lilly Quack
RBC Foundation
Estate of Willa Ribchester
Norman and Marian Robertson Charitable Foundation
Estate of Thomas Taylor
TD Friends of the Environment Foundation
Whitehots Inc.
Riverdale Society ($100,000 to $249,999)
Dr. David Amies, Gillian M. Brown & Estate of Jocelyn Davison
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited
Bell Canada
Paul Bennett & Catherine Olsen
Beth Budd Bentley
J. P. Bickell Foundation
Alan & Judy Broadbent
George & Martha Butterfield
Estate of Barbara Jane Coburn
The Elizabeth & Tony Comper Foundation
Connor, Clark & Lunn Financial Group
Anonymous
The Daniels brothers in honour of their mother Norine Rose
Deloitte
Peter Elendt
Murray Frum & Family
Laszlo Gal
Marie-Louise Gay
Gerald Sheff and Shanitha Kachan Charitable Foundation
Ira Gluskin & Maxine Granosky Gluskin
Sheldon & Judy Godfrey
Goodmans LLP
Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life
Kirsten Hanson & Sandy Houston
The Haynes-Connell Foundation
Hal Jackman Foundation
The Honourable Henry Jackman
District 7 Kiwanis Clubs – Casa Loma, Humber Valley, Islington, Kingsway, Lakeshore, Sunnylea
Estate of John Korhonen
Maryann Kovalski
KPMG
Krembil Foundation
Peter Lemiski
Bill Linton & Marilynne Day-Linton
Peter Liu in honour of Gwen Liu
Manulife Financial
The McLean Foundation
Microsoft Corporation
Robin Muller
Morris Norman
Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation
The Paloma Foundation
Estate of Frank Peers
Penguin Random House Canada
Estate of Christina Senkiw
Paul Silverstein
Arthur Slade
The Sam Sorbara Charitable Foundation
Gregory & Kate Sorbara
Martha Mann Southgate
James & Karen Griffith Sowell in memory of Grayce Margaret Griffith
Robert & Brian St. John in memory of Judith St. John
The Canada Council for the Arts
Mark Thurman
Estate of Audrey Vadgama
Estate of Wentworth Walker
Judith R. Wilder
Anonymous (2)
Weston Society ($25,000 to $99,999)
1-R32 Foundation
Air Canada Vacations
Patricia Aldana
Thomas Allen & Son Ltd.
Allstream Inc.
Jan Andrews
Hugh & Elizabeth Anne Anson-Cartwright
Gail Rose Appel & Mark Appel
Mercedes A. Azárraga in honour of Eduardo A. Azárraga Jr.
Anne Bailey
Mary Baldwin in honour of John Robert Baldwin
Bank of America Merril Lynch
William Barker
Barrick Gold Corporation
Rita & Gary Bates
Karen Beckermann
Lawrence Bennett
Bicklette Limited
The Birks Family Foundation
BMO Capital Markets
BMO Financial Group
Estate of Joan Bodger
Estate of Baxter Graham Bonnell
Sheila Bourke
Salvatore Brancaccio
Brookfield Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Stephen Brown
Buckingham Capital Corporation
Helen Burstyn
Canada Post Community Foundation
Canadian Tire Corporation
CBC Television
Wendy M. Cecil
Vera & John Chau
The Chawkers Foundation
CIBC
CIBC World Markets Inc.
Cisco Systems Canada
Brenda Clark
Heather Collins
Heather Conway
Susan Cooper Cronyn
Elizabeth A. & Richard J. Currie
David and Stacey Cynamon Family Foundation
Judith Dawson
Marie Day
Maurice De Gennaro
C.A. Delaney Capital Management Ltd.
The Donner Canadian Foundation
Brian Doyle
Drake General Store
Sarah Ellis
Ewing Morris Investment Partners Ltd.
George A. Fierheller C.M.
Estate of Jack Morris Freiman
Friends of the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection
Friesens Corporation
Gale – Part of Cengage Learning
Georgia & Stephen Gerring
Celia Godkin
Clifford & Doris Goldfarb
Rick Goldsmith & Robin Browne
GoMax Fund
The Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation
Linda Granfield
George Grant
John & Judith Grant
Barbara Green
Barbara Greenwood
The Scott Griffin Foundation
Joanna Hagar
Rob Hall, Janet McGee & Family
Sarah Diane Hall
Bob Hambley
Harmonic
The Josephine Henderson Foundation
Gordon Hinch in memory of Pauline Hinch
Holdbest Foundation
John A. Honderich
Imperial Oil Limited
Indigo Books & Music Inc.
Estate of Margaret Isaac
The Ivey Foundation
Robert & Charlie Janson
Ann E. Keller
Michael & Sonja Koerner
Kumon Canada Inc.
Labatt Breweries of Canada
Clara Lahmer
Frank & Juanita Lechowick
Library Bound Inc.
Estate of Jeannine Locke Reilly
Diane Loeb
Longview Asset Management
The Samuel Lunenfeld Charitable Foundation
MAC Cosmetics
Mackenzie Financial
J. Malkin & E. Jacobson
Mantella Corporation
Dawn Maracle
Marwah Foundation
David Mason Fine & Rare Books
In memory of G. Wallace McCain
Hon. Margaret McCain
Estate of Douglas Hugh McCreath
Duncan McGregor
Ned McKeown
Metrus Development Inc.
Barbara L. Michasiw
Miller Thomson LLP
MintoUrban Communities Inc.
Glen Miranker
Audrey & David Mirvish
Moez & Marissa Kassam Foundation
Vernon Mould
Muriel Mummery for the Rob Mummery Endowment Fund
National Bank Financial Group
Hilary Nicholls
Karyn E. O’Neill & Fred Dean
Kenneth Oppel
Jean Orpwood in memory of Margaret Canning
Pacioli Trust
Richard and Colleen Peddie Foundation
Holly Phillips
Estate of Rita-Anne Piquet
Pitblado Family Foundation
Eric Platt
The Printing House Ltd.
Procter & Gamble Inc.
William Prusin
Quad/Graphics
Noni Rabinovitch, Daphna Rabinovitch, Elana Rabinovitch
RBC Capital Markets
RBC InvestEase
Barbara Reid-Crysler
Rogers Communications Inc.
The Sam and Ida Ross Foundation
The Rotary Club of Toronto – Leaside
Rotary Club of Toronto Charitable Foundation
Ann Leese & Irwin Rotenberg
Saunders Book Company
Scotiabank
David & Emily Sheldon
Shopify
Simon & Schuster Canada
Dorothy Sinclair in memory of David Sinclair
SirsiDynix
Allan Slaight
Estate of Helen Marie Smibert
Mary T. Smith
Gillian & Paul G. Smith
Frank Sommers
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Mary Suddon
Ann Sullivan
Estate of Weldon John Thoburn in memory of E. Ann Thoburn
Estate of Patricia Thorsley
Estate of Pearl Tomey
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Maria Trzeciakiewicz
Shamez Virani
VISA Canada
Jennifer Wardrop & Bob Casper
WCPD Foundation
Sam & Ellen Webster
Daniel Weinzweig
The W. Garfield Weston Foundation
John C. Williams and Maureen Atkinson
Nelson, Victor, Marilyn, Franklin Wong and the Wong Extended Family in honour of their parents William C. Wong and Elizabeth Szetu
The Geoffrey H. Wood Foundation
Burle & Louise Yolles
Anonymous (7)

Corporations, Foundations and Associations

Our donors help the Toronto Public Library Foundation enhance and expand the Library’s collections, programs, services and spaces. We recognize the following corporations and foundations for gifts received from January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019.
Founders ($100,000+)
Friends of the Toronto Public Library, North & South Chapters
Google Canada
The Haynes-Connell Foundation
RBC Foundation
TD Bank Group
The Bennett Family Foundation
Patrons ($25,000 to $99,999)
1-R32 Foundation
Air Canada
Bank of America Merril Lynch
Brookfield Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
David and Stacey Cynamon Family Foundation
Gerald Sheff & Shanitha Kachan
GoMax Fund
Goodmans LLP
HarperCollins Canada Limited / Harlequin Enterprises Limited
Holdbest Foundation
Labatt Brewing Company Limited
Mantella Corporation
The Catherine and Maxwell Meighen Foundation
Moez & Marissa Kassam Foundation
RBC InvestEase
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Star
Anonymous
Benefactors ($10,000 to $24,999)
Bazil Developments
Bell Canada
Cisco Systems Canada
The Elizabeth & Tony Comper Foundation
Ewing Morris Investment Partners Ltd.
Harmonic
Holt Renfrew
KPMG
Metcalf Foundation
Pacioli Trust
Penguin Random House Canada
Pomp & Circumstance PR
Porter Novelli
Richard and Colleen Peddie Foundation at Toronto Foundation
Rogers Communications Inc.
Stikeman Elliott LLP
TD Friends of the Environment Foundation
Whitehots Inc.
Anonymous
Leaders ($5,000 to $9,999)
Burstyn Inc.
CIBC World Markets Inc.
Drake General Store
Dream Foundation
Echelon Wealth Partners
Echelon Wealth Partners & Realty Partners Inc.
The Josephine Henderson Foundation
Marilyn and Charles Baillie Family Foundation
McKelvey Family Charitable Foundation
Pitblado Family Foundation
Web of Hope Fund at the Strategic Charitable Giving Foundation
Anonymous (1)
Partners ($1,000 to $4,999)
Ace Hill
Amsterdam Brewing Co.
Balzac’s Coffee Ltd.
Zita and Mark Bernstein Family Foundation
The Bill and Jean Somerville Foundation
Bird Mechanical Ltd.
Boyd-Myles Charitable Fund
Burgundy Asset Management
Centre Francophone de Toronto
Citco (Canada) Inc.
City Legal Services
Financial Awareness Corp.
First Capital Asset Management LP
The Henry White Kinnear Foundation
Horn Family Fund
Hume Media Inc.
K.M. Hunter Charitable Foundation
Intelligo Networks
Kriss Family Fund at Toronto Foundation
The MacKay Group Wealth Management
Mary Usher-Jones Foundation
Mawer Investment Management Ltd.
Nien-Mei Liu Charitable Foundation
PayPal Giving Fund Canada
Perkins+Will
PwC
Carol and Morton Rapp Foundation
Salesforce.org
Simon & Schuster Canada
Small Family Foundation
Stephen Richard Morrison ADR, Inc.
The Logan Family Foundation
The Taylor Group
Throw the Switch Igor! Foundation
TMX Markets
Veeva
Wilkinson Family Fund at Toronto Foundation
The William and Nona Heaslip Foundation
Wood Hart Fund at Toronto Foundation

Individual Donors

The Foundation gratefully acknowledges and celebrates the exceptional generosity of the following donors for gifts received from January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019.
Philanthropist’s Circle ($100,000+)
Philanthropist’s Circle ($100,000+)
Estate of Barbara Jane Coburn
Estate of Christina Senkiw
Reserve List Circle ($25,000 to $99,999)
Richard & Joan Boxer
Salvatore Brancaccio
Estate of Mary Wanda Brown
Vera & John Chau
The Daniels brothers in honour of their mother Norine Rose
Dawn Maracle
Estate of Rita-Anne Piquet
Gregory & Kate Sorbara
Anonymous
Conservator’s Circle ($10,000 to $24,999)
Tamara Bahry
Rita & Gary Bates
Karen Beckermann
Helen Burstyn
George & Martha Butterfield
Robin Cruikshank
David Dattels & Jennifer Grant
George A. Fierheller C.M.
Ira Gluskin & Maxine Granosky Gluskin
Linda Granfield
Jane Halverson & Dr. Bruno Vendittelli
Bob Hambley
The Jackman Family
Robert & Charlie Janson
Diane Loeb
Estate of Gina Matesic
Noni Rabinovitch, Daphna Rabinovitch, Elana Rabinovitch
Allan Slaight
Sydney Smith
James & Karen Griffith Sowell in memory of Grayce Margaret Griffith
Kevin Sylvester
Estate of Enid Walker
Jennifer Wardrop & Bob Casper
Sam & Ellen Webster
Victoria Webster & Gabe Gonda
Judith R. Wilder
Nelson, Victor, Marilyn, Franklin Wong and the Wong Extended Family in honour of their parents William C. Wong and Elizabeth Szetu
Anonymous (6)
Collector’s Circle ($5,000 to $9,999)
Beth Clarkson & Charlie Angelakos
Rajan Bansi
Lawrence Bennett
Sheila Black
Marilyn Chin
Susan Cooper Cronyn
Susan Lea Gerhard
Estate of Patricia Garrett
Georgia & Stephen Gerring
J. Gibson
Patricia Gouinlock
Walter M. Heiss & Donna Lalumiere
Douglas Knight & Shelley Ambrose
Bonnie Lovelace
Mary McDougall Maude
Pat McCarthy
Malcolm McLeod
Bernadette Morra
Susan Murray & John Butler
Bernice Paulley
Justina Ray
Bill Restivo in memory of Diana Restivo
Mark Sakamoto
Susan Soloway & John Kazanjian
Ryerson & Michele Symons
Don Tapscott, C.M. & Ana P. Lopes, C.M.
Rita Theil
Maryann Weston
Phyllis Yaffe
Anonymous (2)
Avid Reader’s Circle ($2,500 to $4,999)
Laura Adams
Ayman Alvi
Yveline Audemars & Humberto Rivero
Michael Baker
Jane Beecroft
Paul Bennett & Catherine Olsen
Paul Carney & Mary Frances Ellison
Christopher Fernandes
Liza Fernandes
Shirley Fishman
Hugh Furneaux
Rick Goldsmith & Robin Browne
Gordon Hinch in memory of Pauline Hinch
Ian Jacobson
Carol D. Kirsh
Rob & Sandra Knowles
Krystal Koo
Cheuk Kwan
Michelle Lee
Coral & Bill Martin
Diane McConnell
Josefina Nadurata
Michael Proctor
Siobhan Rich
Beth & Jeff Richmond
Joan P. Ridout
Ellen Roseman
Denise Schon & Carl Davis
Gerard Van Herk
Doug Ward
Patricia Wood
Anonymous (4)
Reader’s Circle ($1,000 to $2,499)
André Alexis
Pat & Doug Bull
Ken Allen
The Doris Anderson Fund
Simon Ashbourne
Maureen Atkinson
Jennifer Babe
Anne Bailey
David Bailey
Lisa Balfour Bowen
Joe Berridge
Terry Bisset
Rebecca Brill-Argall
James Burn
Howard & Susan Bury
Savannah Cardew
Wendy M. Cecil
Brenda Clark
Judi & Mickey Cohen
David Cohen
Joy Cohnstaedt
Cynthia Collantes
Martin Philip Connell
Marilyn Cook
Janice Copeland
Diana Cortes
Rita Cox
David Cusson
Deepa Daryanani
Honor & Michael de Pencier
Nicolas Del Sorbo
Jonathan Dewald
Arlene Dickinson
Lynne & Joe DiStefano
Jonathan Doda
Andrea Dunn
Godfrey Dyer
Joan M. Eakin
Gunes Ege
John Ewing
Catherine Fauquier
Michael Filosa
Steven Flaming
Samantha Fox
Joy Rosen & Lawrence Freedman
Susan Garvie
Mary Gibbons
Elizabeth Glass
Maxine & George Goldberg
Anne Gouinlock
Katy Graham Debost
John & Judith Grant
Pamela Hallisey
Jocelyn Hidi
Mun Wai Ho
James & Bettina Hoar
Camille Hodgson
Marian Hoffmann
Susan E Houston
Larry Hughsam
Rob & Esme Hurst
Adrian Ishak
Karine Ishkhanova
Brittany Jewell
B. Denham Jolly
Miriam Kagan
The Kanakaratnam Family in memory of Usha Kanakaratnam
Arlen Keen
Ann E. Keller
Dan Keon
Kristina Khanduja
Judy Kirsh & Robin Riddihough
Benjamin Koslik
Steve Krashinsky
Shari Lapena
Helene Lavine
Pamela Laycock
Ann Layton
Lynn Anne Lewis
Alistair Leyland
Murray Lightman
In loving memory of Daisy
Nancy Love
Daniel Ludwin & Crysler Paton
J. Rory MacDonald & Nancy Harbour
Sarah Macdonald
Laurie MacLachlan
Tyler MacNamara
Robin & John Maitland
J. Malkin & E. Jacobson
Conrad Mantella
Charles Marker
S. M. Martin
Heather Mathis
Scott McDonald
Susan McNeill
Stephanie Meredith
Barbara L. Michasiw
Ingrid & Dan Mida
Kerry Mitchell
Pam Mountain
Margaret Nightingale
Andre Nowakowski & Katherine Gurney
Jean Orpwood in memory of Margaret Canning
Charles & Judy Overland
G. Scott & Sarah Paterson
Sally Peterson
Linda Pincott-Kitchen & Andrew Diamond
Pomp & Circumstance
Michina Pope
Anna & Julian Porter
Govind Rao
Kimberley Reid
Marlon & Davina Reid
Christine Rezvanian
Sara Rowshanbin
Heather Rumball & Ashley Stevenson
Mary Ann San Juan
Stacie & Adam Scherer
Sheila Sheaffer
Gillian & Paul G. Smith
Susanne Tabur
Suzanne Tobin
Stan Tombs
Max Valiquette
Colette van den Thillart
Sam & Ellen Webster
Brenda & Scott White
Margaret Whitfield & Gordon Crowe
Janice Williams
Franklin Wong
Kevin Wong & Sylvia Ng
Irene Ying
Catherine Yolles
Wayne J. Young
Lilian Yuan
Samra Zafar
R. Mirrun Zaveri
Anonymous (24)

The Jack Rabinovich Reading Room

The Jack Rabinovitch Reading Room was made possible with the generosity of exceptional donors who contributed to the creation of this incredible space.
Visionary Donor ($100,000+)
George & Martha Butterfield
The Elizabeth & Tony Comper Foundation
Ira Gluskin & Maxine Granovsky Gluskin
Hal Jackman Foundation
Gerald Sheff and Shanitha Kachan
Allan Slaight
Gregory & Kate Sorbara
Leadership Donor ($25,000 – $99,999)
HarperCollins Canada Limited/Harlequin Enterprises Limited
Sabi & Amrin Marwah
Audrey & David Mirvish
Noni Rabinovitch, Daphna Rabinovitch,
Elana Rabinovitch
Rakuten Kobo and Rakuten OverDrive
Don Tapscott, C.M. and Ana P. Lopes, C.M.
Generous Donor ($10,000 – $24,999)
Salah Bachir and Jacob Yerex
Douglas Knight & Shelley Ambrose
Penguin Random House Canada
Lionel & Carol Schipper
With Support From ($1,000 – $9,999)
Margaret Atwood
Barry Avrich
Michael Baker
BOOK CITY
Marta Braun
Cineplex
J. Frans & Gini Donker
Denise Donlon & Murray McLauchlan
Esi Edugyan & Steven Price
Brian & Pat Flood
The Norman and Margaret Jewison
Charitable Foundation
Heather Munroe-Blum & Leonard Blum
Senator David Adams Richards
Ann Shortell
Simon & Schuster Canada
Joey Slinger
Ellie Tesher & Vian Ewart
MG Vassanji & Nurjehan Aziz
Cynthia Wine & Philip Slayton
Phyllis Yaffe
Anonymous

Special Events

The Foundation gratefully acknowledges the sponsors of the 2019 Biblio Bash and 2019 Hush Hush fundraising events
$25,000 – $99,999
1-R32 Foundation
Air Canada
David and Stacey Cynamon Family Foundation
Gerald Sheff and Shanitha Kachan Charitable Foundation
Moez & Marissa Kassam Foundation
Labatt Brewing Company Limited
Mantella Corporation
RBC InvestEase
TD Bank Group
$10,000 – $24,999
Accor
Tamara Bahry
Bell Canada
Joan & Richard Boxer
Cisco Systems Canada
Robin Cruikshank
Ewing Morris Investment Partners Ltd.
Jane Halverson & Bruno Vendittelli
Harmonic Fund Services
HarperCollins & Harlequin
The Haynes-Connell Foundation
Holt Renfrew
The Jackman Family
KPMG
Metcalf Foundation
Penguin Random House Canada
Pomp & Circumstance
RBC Foundation
Rogers Communications Inc.
Stikeman Elliott LLP
Ellen & Sam Webster
Victoria Webster & Gabe Gonda
Whitehots Inc.
Anonymous
$5,000 – $9,999
Beth Clarkson & Charlie Angelakos
Rita & Gary Bates
Helen Burstyn
Dream Foundation
Echelon Wealth Partners
J. Gibson
Pat McCarthy
Bernadette Morra & Jimmy Molloy
Richard Peddie
Peerage Capital
Mark Sakamoto
Susan Soloway & John Kazanjian
Michele Symons
Jennifer Wardrop & Bob Casper
$2,500 – $4,999
Ace Hill
Rita & Gary Bates
Citco (Canada) Inc.
Ian Jacobson
Krystal Koo
The MacKay Group Wealth Management
Josefina Nadurata
Simon & Schuster Canada
Helen & Victor Wong
Anonymous
$1,000 – $2,499
André Alexis
Amsterdam Brewing Co.
Burgundy Asset Management
James Burn
Martin Philip Connell
David Cusson
Nicolas Del Sorbo
Arlene Dickinson
John Ewing
Financial Awareness Corp.
Steven Flaming
Samantha Fox
Katy Graham Debost
James & Bettina Hoar
B. Denham Jolly
Kristina Khanduja
Steve Krashinsky
Shari Lapena
Ann Layton
Alistair Leyland
Sarah Macdonald
Tyler MacNamara
Conrad Mantella
Pomp & Circumstance
Scott McDonald
G. Scott & Sarah Paterson
PwC
Christine & Cyrus Rezvanian
Sara Rowshanbin
TMX Markets
Max Valiquette
Colette van den Thillart Interior Design
Janice Williams
Samra Zafar
Anonymous

Heritage Society

The Heritage Society honours individuals who have included the TPL Foundation in their estate plans, ensuring that Toronto Public Library has the resources to provide quality programs and services for future generations.
Mary Agoston
Michael Augustine
Niya Bajaj
Carole Bell
Alan Brown
Margaret Bryce
Inez Caldwell
Sylvia Chan
Vera Chau
Penina Coopersmith
Morley Coviensky
Nan Cowie-Ball
Jessica Crawford
Pearl Dacks
Elfriede Dalrymple
Ann Davidson
Bud Dilling
Lynne & Joe DiStefano
Shelley L. Dolan
Priscilla Drimmel
Emelita Ervin
Carol Esbin
S. C. Esbin
Liza Fernandes
Mrs. Gale
Tara S. George
Susan Lea Gerhard
Margaret Gillespie
Maxine & George Goldberg
Clifford Goldfarb
Anonymous
Pat Graham
John & Judith Grant
Karen Gregory
Shirley Gulliford
Anonymous
Mary Carol Healy
Barbara Heggie
Gordon Hinch in memory of Pauline Hinch
Mary Lue Hinds
Christopher F. Homer
Larry Hughsam
Emma Jenkin
Joseph Kaposi
Selia Karsten
Ann E. Keller
Judith Kidd
Janet Kim
Shirley E. Kirby
Carol D. Kirsh
Judy Kirsh
Mark Krakowski
Martha Krol
Sylvia Lassam
Dale Layton
Francelise Le Blanc
Michelle Lee
Pat Loy
Ken and Judy Luginbuhl
Teza Layos Lwin
Nancy MacArthur
J. Rory MacDonald & Nancy Harbour
Sally MacRae
Anthony Martin
Nancy Mason
Julia Matthews
McKelvey Family
Sylvia M. McPhee
Meredith Meads
Christine Medycky
Marsha Melnik
Stephanie Meredith
Roslyn Mida
Lynda Middleton
Sylvia Murray
Barbara Myrvold
Paul Nazareth
Patricia Newman
Lynda Newmarch
Karyn E. O’Neill
Virginia Paul
John Percy
Paul Petras
Neil Phillips
Margaret Pilley
Tim & Carol Pinnington
Anna Porter
Mary Puskas
H. G. Ramsay
Neil Rankin
David Rayside
Christopher Redmond
Prof. Chris Robinson
Jean Baxter Robinson
Terri Rothman
Heather Rumball
Ken Setterington
Anonymous
Margaret Sinopoli
Maureen Spencer
Susan Spier
Dagmar & Vaclav Taborsky
Miriam Ticoll
Robert L. Tracy
Virginia Van Vliet
Manda Vranic
Thandy Walcott
John Wallace
Art Wallace
Meghan Warby
Glen and Diane Warner
Jean Weihs
Daniel Weinzweig
Maryann Weston
Deana Wong
Lilian Yuan
Alicia Zavitz
Anonymous (23)

Endowments

The Foundation gratefully acknowledges the donors who have established endowments and whose proceeds will support Toronto Public Library in perpetuity.
Donor
Marguerite G. Bagshaw Memorial Endowment Fund
June Callwood Endowment Fund
Jane Dobell Endowment Fund in memory of Sybille Pantazzi
Catherine Fine Fund
Osborne Royalties Fund
Norman Blaine Gash Memorial Endowment Fund
Grayce Margaret Griffith Endowment Fund
D.J. Hayes Fund
Pauline Hinch Endowment Fund
Norman G. Hinton Endowment Fund
M.A. Isaac Fund
Usha Kanakaratnam Endowment Fund
Harry Keillor & Muriel McKay Endowment Fund
Ann Keller Endowment Fund
Rose and Milton Kirsh Endowment Fund
Michael & Chloe Kotsonas Endowment Fund
Senator John M. Lewis Memorial Endowment Fund
Gwen and Peter Liu Endowment Fund
Sophie’s Studio
Norman Jennings McLean Fund
Muller Scholastic Endowment Fund for Canadian Children’s Literature
Rob Mummery Endowment Fund
Jack Rabinovitch Reading Room Endowment Fund
Charles Graham Sanderson Memorial Endowment Fund
Charles R. Sanderson Memorial Endowment Fund
George and Christina Senkiw Endowment Fund
Osborne & Lillian H. Smith Fund
H. E. Stubbs Fund
Stanley Tobin Fund
Margaret & Wentworth Walker Endowment Fund
Helen Weinzeig Endowment Fund

Staff Development Awards

Congratulations to the recipients of the Pauline Hinch Memorial Award and the Peter J. Bassnett Award in support of staff development and librarianship.
Pauline Hinch Memorial Award for Staff Development
2019  – Sharuka Thangalingam
2018  – Rumman Ferdaus
2017  – Daniela Chwedoruk
2016 –  Eleni Pallotta*
2015 – Eunice Rodrigues
2014 – Radha Shilesh
2013 – Sarah Qazi
2012 – Kara Miley
2011 – Marie Belanger
2010 – Christina Paschakis
Peter J. Bassnett Award for Professional Development
2019 – Angel Su
2018 – Rabia Pirani
2017 – Alexandra Beamish
2016 – Cathleen “Maggie” Keenan
2015 – Hamid Printer
2015 – Mabel Ho
2014 – Susan Lai
2013 – Suzanne Fernando
2012 – Ramona Sansait
2011 – Brendon Foster-Algoo
2010 – Nalini Battu
2010 – Sarah Shujah

TPLF Staff

TPL Foundation Team

2019 Foundation Staff Listing

Toronto Public Library Foundation 
789 Yonge Street
Toronto Ontario M4W 2G8
Tel: 416-393-7123
foundation@tpl.ca
www.tplfoundation.ca

Staff directory

Jennifer Jones
President
jjones@tpl.ca
416-393-7134
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Sandra Aldcroft
Manager, Stewardship & Donor Communications
saldcroft@tpl.ca
416-393-7076
Martha Darby
Coordinator, Marketing & Communications
mdarby@tpl.ca
416-393-5964
Moira Dossetor, PhD
Vice President, Philanthropy
mdossetor@tpl.ca
416-393-7225
Emelita Ervin
Manager, Legacy Gifts
eervin@tpl.ca
416-393-6263
Liza Fernandes
Director, Legacy Gifts
lfernandes@tpl.ca
416-397-5924
Tracy Finkelstein
Vice President, Marketing & Communications
tfinkelstein@tpl.ca
416-393-7230
Angela Grabham
Director, Major Gifts
agrabham@tpl.ca
416-393-7067
Danielle Felip
Executive Assistant
dfelip@tpl.ca
416-393-7089
Ranjan Khatri
Donor Database Manager
rkhatri@tpl.ca
416-393-7047
Dalla Kone
Financial Analyst
dkone@tpl.ca
416-393-7110
Jenny Le
Manager, Individual Giving & Events
jle@tpl.ca
416-393-7073
Rob Lorenz
Director, Corporate Partnerships
rlorenz@tpl.ca
416-393-6233
Kirsten Melville-Gray
Manager, Events
kmelville-gray@tpl.ca
416-393-7237
Diane Wilputte
Donor Relations and Database Coordinator
dwilputte@tpl.ca
416-393-7123

Board, Governors' Council and Committees

Toronto Public Library Foundation Board

Chair
Sarah Fulford
Editor, Toronto Life
Vice-Chair
Sharilyn Hale
President, Watermark Philanthropic Counsel
Treasurer
Anne Maggisano
Vice President, Client Relations
Burgundy Asset Management Ltd.

Board Members

Rajan Bansi
Head, Investments & Portfolio Manager,
RBC InvestEase Inc.
Vickery Bowles (Ex-Officio – City Librarian)
City Librarian
Toronto Public Library
Helen Burnstyn
Corporate and Nonprofit Director

Kirsten Hanson
Food & Lifestyle Editor, Simon & Schuster Canada
Linda Haynes
Co-founder of ACE Bakery and President
Andrea Horton
Managing Director & Global Head, Governance & Regulatory Solutions
RBC Investor & Treasury Services
Shanitha Kachan
Trustee
Gerald Sheff and Shanitha Kachan Charitable Foundation
Moez Kassam
Principal
Anson Funds
Pam Laycock
Senior Vice President, Transformation & Strategy
Torstar Corporation
Jennifer Liu
Associate Partner
Financial Services Advisory
Darcy Morris
Co-Founder, Ewing Morris Investment Partners
Marlon Reid
Director, Business Effectiveness, Commercial Banking & Wealth Management
CIBC
Susannah K. Robinson, ICD.D
Vice President, Ontario
EPCOR Utilities Inc.
Lawrence B. Smith
Retired Vice President, CIBC Asset Management
Rita Theil
President, JacKryn Holdings Inc.
Jennifer Wardrop
Director and Chief Operational Officer
Toronto Centre for Advancing Reproductive Partners Ltd.
Victoria Webster

Victor Wong
Lawyer (retired) and Honorary Governor
Mon Sheong Foundation

Governor’s Committee

Honorary Chair
Gail Appel

Members
Margaret Atwood
A. Charles Baillie
Joe Berridge
Richard Boxer
Alan Broadbent
Helen Burstyn
Wendy M. Cecil
George A. Fierheller
Kirsten Hanson
John A. Honderich
Henry N. Jackman
Sonja N Koerner
Margaret McCain
Janet H. McKelvey
John C. Polanyi
Anna Porter
Jack Rabinovitch
Bob Ramsay

Biblio Bash Committee

Chair
Victoria Webster
Amanda Alvaro
Rita Bates
Erin Bermingham
Amy Burstyn-Fritz
Devin Connell
Kate Daniels
Jane Halverson
Peter Hayes
Victoria Jackman
Shanitha Kachan
Marissa Kassam
Ann Layton
Claire McIntyre
Bernadette Morra
Kim Tanenbaum
Rita Theil
Liane Thomas
Colette van den Thillart
Ellen Webster

Hush Hush Committee

Co-Chairs
John Pryde
Katie Pryde
Adriana Wilk
Dan Belchers
Alishka Cooper
Kevin Cowie
Laura Creighton
Vik Dhir
Kate Dingwall
Shannon Fox
Laura Garzon
Noori Haq
Matt Lee
Alistair Leyland
Kristine MacKay
Beth McNeil
Sandra Nestic
Robert Nicolas
Alexandra Nikolajev
Stu Pattillo
Gord Rafferty
Lauren Rafferty
Mary Ratcliffe
Tabitha Rose
Cole Sullivan
Katherine Upton
Emma Wallace
Jennifer Wellman