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August 11, 2000
City of Toronto Encourages Everyone to Share and Protect Trails
  
The City of Toronto's Road and Trail Safety Ambassadors are hosting four
O.A.S.I.S. (Off-road Awareness Safety Information Stop) events in August to
encourage responsible trail use, respect for the environment, and the
preservation of designated trails.

The events will include informational material on how to preserve sensitive
environments of multi-use trails.

O.A.S.I.S. events will be held on the following dates and locations from 1 p.m.
to 3 p.m.
· August 12 - E.T. Seaton Park
On-site Contact: Daphne Dworatzek, Road and Trail Safety Ambassador Team
Leader, East District, 416-988-4154
·
August 19 - James Gardens at Royal York Rd. & Edenbridge Dr. (on the Humber
Trail)
On-site Contact: Arthur Roszak, Road and Trail Safety Ambassador Team Leader,
West District, 416-988-3925
·
August 26 - Don Trail at Pottery Road
On-site Contact: Nery Sandoval, Road and Trail Safety Ambassador Team Leader,
South District, 416-988-4566
·
August 27 - Sunnybrook Park
On-site Contact: Caron Cheng, Road and Trail Safety Ambassador Team Leader,
North District, 416-988-3822

The Road and Trail Safety Ambassador program is a City of Toronto and Toronto
Cycling Committee initiative that provides safety information and raises
environmental awareness for all road and trail users - cyclists, pedestrians,
motorists and in-line skaters. The Road and Trail Safety Ambassador Program is
sponsored in part by the Friends of the Environment Foundation - Canada Trust.


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