Howard Moscoe Speaks About His Madcap Romp Through City Hall
On Monday September 24 from 7:30-9 pm North York Central Library and the North York Historical Society proudly present a talk from Howard Moscoe, former North York and Toronto City Councillor and Chair of the Toronto Transit Commission. All are invited to this lively talk on his political career experiences from his book, Call Me Pisher: a Madcap Romp Through City Hall.
Highlights of Howard Moscoe's colourful career in North York and Toronto municipal politics included: always trying to get under North York Mayor Mel Lastman's skin, battling attempts to be kicked off the Toronto Transit Commission as Chair, and often playing politics for laughs.
This program takes place at North York Central Library, in the Auditorium on the Second Floor of the library. Admission is free and everyone is welcome!
You can also discover archive photos of Howard Moscoe and search for other Toronto political figures by name in Toronto Public Library's Digital Archive featuring photos from the Toronto Star Photos Archive: