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Posters for Our City, Our Future Campaign

By RTH Staff
Published July 20, 2010

Over the weekend, a group of talented volunteers created posters in 8.5x11 and 11x17 formats to promote the Our City, Our Future campaign for the West Harbour more widely through the city.

We encourage you to pick up a poster - or even better, several posters - and post at a prominent location in your neighbourhood, then send us a picture so we can share it widely and inspire more people to do the same!

You can get posters in one of the following ways:

Once you've posted one, please take a picture and send it in to us. We don't care how - email it to us, post it on twitpic (please add the #ourcityourfuture hashtag so we can find it) or flickr, add a link in the comments for this post, whatever you feel most comfortable doing. Just let us know about it so we can coordinate everyone's efforts.

At this important phase in the campaign, we need to cast the net wider so that more Hamiltonians have a chance to participate and be heard - and your help is indispensible!

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By lawrence (registered) - website | Posted July 20, 2010 at 13:08:32

I seen these posters along James St N the other day on my bus trip to downtown. Great job.

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By AnneMariePavlov (registered) | Posted July 20, 2010 at 16:15:25

I saw them too, from the Bayfront bus. I especially like the "Hamilton is ofFENNded" one!!!

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By John Neary (registered) | Posted July 20, 2010 at 21:36:00

There's a similar sign at Pane del Sole (John and Cannon). Unfortunately I didn't have my camera when I passed it.

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By shopkeeper (anonymous) | Posted July 21, 2010 at 14:33:20

Also Nutrisource and James and Rebecca has the many messages left on the website printed out and posted all over their windows. Looks great!

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By WH please!!! (anonymous) | Posted July 24, 2010 at 19:22:16

Posted a bunch yesterday and today...King and Bay, Main and Bay, Durand Park, Herkimer b/t Bay and Queen, Aberdeen and Queen, Aberdeen and Locke, Locke St Library, Aberdeen and Dundurn, Dundurn and Hill St. Anyone ventured into the suburbs to post yet?

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