Paddle and dip with Olivia Chow at Ontario Place

Greetings, Toronto citizens and water lovers alike! We're excited to share an exciting event with you: a paddle and dip in the beautiful Lake Ontario, right around the heart of the city - Ontario Place. And this is not just any paddle and dip – it's one that involves a remarkable guest – Toronto Mayoral candidate, Olivia Chow!

As one of the leading contenders for Toronto's Mayoral race, Olivia Chow is no stranger to political events and debates. However, this event showcases a different side of Olivia – a side that is as passionately connected to the city's natural beauty as it is to its urban development. So grab your paddles, swimming gear, and your curiosity for Toronto's future as we dive into the details of this exciting occasion.

Event Overview

This 'Paddle and Dip in Lake Ontario' event is set to take place at Michael Hough Beach, the urban pebble beach located on the shores of Lake Ontario. Whether you're a seasoned paddleboarder, an enthusiastic swimmer, or simply a nature lover eager to enjoy a lovely day by the lake, this event promises to offer something for everyone. The event aims to provide an interactive platform for participants to meet and connect with Olivia Chow, and discuss her campaign goals and ideas, all while enjoying the beauty and tranquility of Lake Ontario.

Whether you're interested in discussing Toronto's future, meeting Olivia Chow, enjoying a refreshing paddle and dip, or simply soaking up the scenery around Ontario Place, we're excited to welcome you to this event. See you in the lake!

Start time: 4pm

Where: Michael Hough Beach

Connecting with Olivia Chow

Often, political candidates are seen in formal settings like debate stages, press conferences, or city council meetings. This event offers a unique opportunity to engage with Olivia Chow in a more relaxed, outdoor setting. As a dedicated public servant with deep roots in the community, Olivia is eager to hear your thoughts, ideas, and concerns about the future of Toronto. She believes in the power of open conversations, shared experiences, and community-building – and what better way to foster this spirit than through a paddle and dip in Lake Ontario?

Following the Ontario Place for All and Ontarians in a 50 + 2 anniversary celebration of Ontario Place

We'd like to remind you that the 'Paddle and Dip in Lake Ontario' with Olivia Chow follows an equally special event that is set to happen on Monday May 22 (Victoria Day, May long weekend) from 1-4PM at Trillium Park. 

Your hosts for this momentous occasion will be none other than Cindy Wilkey and Norm Di Pasquale, Co-Chairs of Ontario Place for All. It's a fantastic opportunity to celebrate and reconnect with our community.

So why not make the most of this long weekend? Start with the anniversary celebration of Ontario Place, and then join us for the paddle and dip with Olivia Chow right after. Together, let's celebrate Ontario Place, the beautiful Lake Ontario, and our vibrant Toronto community. We look forward to celebrating with you!

Perry Toone

Perry, the founder of Thexyz and Curious Penguins, is an open water swimmer and an open-source software enthusiast. He develops privacy-respecting software, fuelled by a passion for digital privacy and high security standards.

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