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August 30, 2004
Media Advisory: Councillor Giambrone recognizes CBC cyclists for their commuter challenge win
  
On behalf of Toronto City Council, Councillor Adam Giambrone will present the
CBC BUG (Bicycle User Group) with an official scroll recognizing the group's
commitment to cycling.

On the launch day of Bike Week 2004, May 25, the CBC BUG assembled 16
participants for Bike Week's 15th Annual Group Commute and Free Pancake
Breakfast at City Hall.

Date: Wednesday, September 1

Time: 8:30 a.m.

Photo op: Councillor Adam Giambrone will present the CBC BUG with their
official scroll

Location: Nathan Phillips Square, City Hall
100 Queen St. W.


CBC made a significant contribution to reducing traffic congestion, sustaining
the environment and encouraging others to choose cycling as a form of
transportation by supporting and participating in Bike Week events.

The BUG Network encourages cyclists at a workplace, in a neighbourhood,
community or a school to work together to improve conditions for cyclists, or
just to enjoy going on rides together.

Media contact:
Sean Wheldrake, Bicycle Promotions Co-ordinator, 416-392-1143 or
416-988-4569



 

 

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