Member of Parliament Michael Levitt visited Crestwood on Friday morning to speak with social studies students about his life and work as a parliamentarian and representative for the riding of York-Centre. The day began with a roundtable discussion with students from Mr. Masters and Mr. Hawkins’ Grade 12 classes. During this time, the discussion focused on topics of human rights and foreign affairs, and Canada’s role in being a voice for the voiceless on the world stage. During period 2, MP Levitt sat down to record an interview about his life and career for Crestwood’s Oral History Project. Thank you MP Levitt for a fantastic, informative and inspiring visit.