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June 9, 2000
Application Forms are now Available for the 2000 Neighbourlies Awards
September 2000 marks the 9th anniversary of the Healthy City Neighbourlies

The Awards are the City's way to recognize projects that address the Healthy
City goals of Equity, Economy and Environment and which make Toronto a better
place to live, work, and play.

Established in 1992, the Awards have acknowledged the innovative work of 52
groups covering a wide range of initiatives. The winners are presented with a
commemorative plaque and a cheque for up to $2000. The Awards this year will
be presented on September 14. Winners from past years will be invited to
participate in a day-long display of their award winning initiatives. Everyone
is invited to attend and learn more about what Toronto's communities and groups
are doing to keep the city healthy.

The Neighbourlies are dedicated to the memory of City Councillor Dan Leckie
(1949-1998), a catalyst for many innovative programs including Toronto's
Healthy City Project. He was a tireless supporter of social justice, health,
and environmental initiatives and of community partnerships with local

Neighbourlies application forms are available from all City of Toronto Public
Information counters at each Civic Centre; City Councillors' Offices; the
Healthy City Office, 8th floor, West Tower, City Hall; Toronto Public
Libraries; and Community Centres. Applications are also available on the
City's web site at: ealthycity.

For more information, or to request an application form, contact the Healthy
City Office at 416-392-0099; fax: 416-392-0089; email: hco@city.toronto.on.

The deadline for submitting Neighbourlies Awards application forms is Friday,
August 11, 2000. Applications will not be accepted after this date.

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