Toronto forum hosted by Chickering, Dietzen and Lowe explores food in politics, the intersections of gender and food

Mayor John Tory, Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, and Councillor Mike Layton have written to the Office of Planning and Development requesting the application be approved as an interim project. For the past several months, the…

Toronto forum hosted by Chickering, Dietzen and Lowe explores food in politics, the intersections of gender and food

Mayor John Tory, Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, and Councillor Mike Layton have written to the Office of Planning and Development requesting the application be approved as an interim project.

For the past several months, the City of Toronto has received a significant number of inquiries about CaféTO, a recently formed alternative social café that provides creative and professional social opportunities for men and women interested in leading healthier, more fulfilling lives.

CaféTO, housed at 1855 Yonge Street, uses a private apartment to house four indoor classrooms, two lounges, and a café that is open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. every day of the week. CaféTO is in residence on Saturdays and Sundays.

According to their website, CaféTO is “a community hub that is a place to explore, to empower and to care about oneself. It is a space of refuge for a young man or woman who seeks meaning in a more fulfilling existence.”

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