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June 1, 2000
City Responds To Ontario's Dismissal of Environmental Bill Of Rights (EBR) Application on The Oak Ridges Moraine
  
The Co-chairs of the City of Toronto's Oak Ridges Steering Committee,
Councillors John Adams and David Miller, will hold a news conference to respond
to the Ontario government's decision not to review its laws and policies on the
Oak Ridges Moraine.

Date: Friday, June 2, 2000
11:00 a.m.

Location: Humber River Pedestrian Bicycle Bridge - East side
(located near the mouth of the Humber River and south of Lakeshore Blvd.)

The City believes development on the Moraine will have significant effects on
areas beyond its boundaries including the quality of life and water in
Toronto. The City believes the entire 160 kms of the moraine must be protected
for now and future generations.

Councillors Miller and Adams will be joined by members of the Federation of
Ontario Naturalists, Sierra Legal Defence Fund and Save the Oak Ridges Moraine
Coalition.


Media Contact
Councillor David Miller
416-392-4072

Councillor John Adams
416- 392-0013

 

 

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