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September 7, 2001
Media Advisory: "thINKFOOD" program launched to help the hungry
  
Date: Tuesday, September 11
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Place: Trinity Community Recreation Centre, 155 Crawford Street(Queen
Street West, east of Ossington Avenue)

Toronto City Councillor Betty Disero, Chair of the Works Committee; Sue Cox,
Executive Director, Daily Bread Food Bank; Paul Denton, Project Director
thINKFOOD; Donna Hildebrant, Director Corporate Communications Petro-Canada;
Lyndsay Walter, Director of Advertising Radioshack; John Macintyre, Director
Toronto Parks And Recreation, Central Services and the Waterfront, will be at
Trinity Community Recreation Centre to launch an exciting re-cycling project
called thINKFOOD.

thINKFOOD encourages people to throw their used ink jet cartridges into a
drop-box at one of Toronto's designated Community Centres rather than in the
garbage. The cartridges will be reconditioned and recycled. The Daily Food Bank
will be remunerated for every cartridge that hits the drop-box so there will be
more food for hungry people.


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