It’s My Future Toronto [IMFTO] is a special program bringing together education, industry, and government to provide the opportunity for 8-12 years old BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) youth to design Toronto’s future for the next 3-5 years. Themes have included recovery from COVID-19, systemic racism, and this year’s theme biodiversity. 

The program works with community organizations to recruit up to 100 youth. Youth participants are guided through the process via “how to” videos on the website www.itsmyfutureto.ca and workshops by professional journalists, designers, advertisers, community activists, movie directors, and policy experts. 

Founding partners

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Project Management and Community Engagement

Dori Tunstall, Lead
Bianca Li Chandler, Lead
Gary Newman

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Forest Young, Lead
Josie Luu, Lead
Draeger Gillespie
Nicolo Bernardi
Cassidy Moriarty

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Dori Tunstall, Lead
Mulugeta Bisrat
Shannen Guntoro, Minecraft world designer

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Matt Frehner, Lead
Sean Humphery
Patrick Dell
Gabe Gonda

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Liin Nur
Jerusha Richards
Kathy Moscou
Pam Sethi
Jacquie Shaw

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Eve Remilllard Larose, Lead
Denise Cole, Lead
Natasa Kajganic
Ariana Romano
Laurent Abesdris
Mariam Alqasim


Dori Tunstall, Lead
Sabina Dron, Lead
Ian Kamau
Daniel Kwan


Julien Christian Lutz
Alison Duke
Malachi Ellis

New and Continuing Partners 2022-2023

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Thematic Vision

Carly Williams
Nathalie Attallah
Garret Chan


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