Steps for Life 2019 - Toronto

EllisDon Toronto Team

Welcome to the EllisDon Team Page!

The HSE team would like to announce that EllisDon is participating in the Steps for Life 2019 5km walk and fundraiser. Steps for Life is a charitable organization dedicated to helping families affected by workplace tragedy. They provide resources such as peer support groups, hotlines, and family forums for families to heal.

Last year, our Toronto Civil team and our Toronto Buildings team alone raised over $4,000. We also had a great turnout, with 30+ employees and their families participating in the 5km walk. Our goal is to raise $10,000 to become a National sponsor of the Steps for Life program.

My name is Olivia D'Aquila and I am honored this year to be chosen to lead the annual Steps for Life Walk on Sunday, April 28, 2019 along with Safety Coordinator Claudia Wisotzky. The 5km walk is located at Coronation Park, 711 Lakeshore Boulevard West, Toronto, ON. 

At EllisDon we strongly believe that safety is key in our everyday work place. Myself, Olivia D’Aquila as EllisDon team captain and Claudia Wisotzky as co-captain are both Health & Safety Coordinators at EllisDon and strive for our employees to go home every day after work in a safely manner to their families. If you are interested in attending the event or sponsoring, kindly let myself or Claudia know and we will get you set up ASAP.

Please consider donating or participating in the walk this year. This initiative is a unique way to educate the EllisDon community about the effects of a workplace tragedy, and what we can do to prevent injuries and accidents on the job. Come walk for this great cause and let us show everyone what EllisDon is really about! If you are interested in attending this fundraising event please contact me at 437-999-4084 or at


Thank you!

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PS. To learn more about how Threads of Life supports families affected by workplace fatalities, life-altering injuries and occupational disease, visit

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