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September 27, 2004
Photo Opportunity: Mayor Miller wants to take Toronto for a walk
  
Mayor David Miller, Toronto City Councillors, corporate representatives and
hike leaders will be at Nathan Phillips Square to launch the Toronto Trails
Festival's Corporate Challenge on September 28. Mayor Miller is going to
challenge City staff to participate in the Toronto Trails Festival, Toronto's
largest public walking and hiking program. He will also challenge staff from
CIBC, Enwave, Starbucks, Sunlife and other companies to participate in the
challenge.

The Toronto Trails Festival, a series of free walks, takes place every Sunday
in October and highlights Toronto's network of trails and parks. The festival
is organized by the Platform Group in conjunction with Toronto Parks and
Recreation.

Members of the public who are interested in taking part in Toronto's largest
public walking and hiking program can learn more from the festival Web site at
http://www.TorontoTrailsFestival.ca or call 416-598-3138

Date: September 28, 2004
Time: 12:30 p.m.
Place: Nathan Phillips Square
100 Queen St. W., Toronto

Media contacts:
Amy McDougald, The Platform Group, 416-598-3300 x2
Economic Development Culture and Tourism Media Hotline,
416-560-8726



 

 

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