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December 6, 2000
Toronto Tree Hall of Fame grows: Mayor thanks corporate sponsors in tree-planting effort
  
Members of the media are invited to join Mayor Mel Lastman, Councillor Joe
Pantalone, the City's Tree Advocate, as well as corporate sponsors in a
ceremony to launch the City of Toronto's Tree Advocacy Program Tree Hall of
Fame.

Location: Tree Hall of Fame
East side of Rotunda (outside Resource Centre)
Toronto City Hall

Date: Thursday, December 7, 2000

Time: 12:30 p.m.

The Tree Advocacy Program is a City of Toronto program that plants trees along
the City's major transportation corridors and roads. Trees planted in this
program are in addition to the regular urban forestry planting by Toronto Parks
and Recreation. Since its launch this spring, the Tree Advocacy Program has
successfully raised close to $800,000 in corporate sponsorship and ensured the
planting of 50,000 trees and shrubs across the City.


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