Mayor John Tory, City staff and members of the community will gather to announce and congratulate the 12 youth selected for the sixth annual Cricket Across the Pond (CAP) program.
Date: Friday, June 19
Time: 1 to 3:30 p.m., remarks: 1:30 p.m.
Location: Toronto City Hall, Committee Room 2, Second Floor
Mayor Tory will be joined by Martin Saxton, Chair of CIMA Canada; Myriam Madden, Global President of CIMA; Mehul Adhvaryu, RBC, Vice-President of Commercial Markets, York Region; Tom Mihalik, owner of Tom’s Place; and Kanish Thevarasa, Kanish & Partners Chartered Accountants. Dwight Drummond, of CBC News Toronto, will MC the event.
Members of the 2015 CIMA Mayor’s Cricket Team were selected from diverse neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area and will travel to Sri Lanka to learn and play cricket.
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