Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust Monthly Members All Committee Meeting

  • 6:15 pm - Gather for snacks.
  • 6:30 pm - Organizational updates.
  • 6:45 - 8:30 pm - Committee meetings
  • Tibetan interpretation available 

Join PNLT for the last All Committee Meeting of the year. To celebrate a productive year we'll be hosting a special potluck meeting. So if you are able we encourage you to bring along a snack to share. We'll also have a mag salad made and order pizza, so no pressure if you are in a rush. 

PNLT has 6 volunteer working committees, most of which meet once a month. The Equity Committee and Rooming House Tenant Committee meet on an irregular schedule. Each committee is made up of a group of community members who work together to further the goals of PNLT. Any community member or allie is welcome to join! 

Community Engagement & Education Committee (CEE): This committee works to reach out to and spread the idea of community land trust to the wider community members. The Committee develops educational materials and events and organizes community engagement and community-based participatory planning activities to promote greater community participation.

Governance Committee: This committee’s primary responsibility is a organizational development from the legal and governance perspective. The committee works on building a community-based and democratic governance model for Parkdale context, while also developing policies and bylaws that reflect the principles of diversity, equity, and democracy.

Acquisition & Due Diligence Committee (Invite only): The PNLT Acquisitions Committee leads the planning of acquisitions of real property. The Acquisitions Committee includes a Negotiations & Due Diligence subcommittee, which undertakes formal negotiations and due diligence reviews. Due to the confidential nature of much of the work, this committee currently operates on an invite-only basis. If you are interested in joining this committee please contact

Equity Strategy Committee: We will work on ways to encourage different kinds of people - across race, class, religion, gender, sexuality, lived experience, ability, citizenship status, housing tenure, etc. - to join the Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust as active members; to make sure that everyone is treated with dignity and respect; and to make sure that every member understands how things work, feels valued, feels safe to contribute and is able to meaningfully participate in PNLT activities.  

Fundraising Committee (Project Based):This subcommittee focuses on fundraising – identifying potential funding opportunities, organizing donor drives and creating great fundraising events.

November 29, 2017 at 6:30pm
1499 Queen West, 2nd Floor