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June 6, 2005
City to outline plans for energy reduction at sixth annual Smog Summit
  
The City of Toronto will host the sixth annual Smog Summit in the City Hall
Council Chamber on Wednesday, June 8 from 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Mayor David
Miller will outline the City’s latest commitments to improve air quality and
reduce smog. Other Greater Toronto Area (GTA) governments will also make
announcements. Announcements will be made by Federal Minister of the
Environment Stéphane Dion and Minister of State John Godfrey, Ontario’s
Minister Leona Dombrowsky and Minister of Transportation Harinder Takhar.

What: Sixth annual Smog Summit
When: Wednesday, June 8
Time: 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Where: Toronto City Hall, Council Chamber, 100 Queen St. W.

The Smog Summit began in 2000 as a meeting of federal, provincial and Toronto
officials to explore best practices for reducing smog, air pollution and
greenhouse gases. It has grown to a meeting of governments in the GTA
committing to specific actions that reduce smog, identifying mutually
beneficial opportunities and sharing best practices.

Media contact:
Priscilla Cranley
Strategic and Corporate Policy
Office of the City Manager
416-392-0372

Martin Herzog
Strategic and Corporate Policy
Office of the City Manager
416-392-5491



 

 

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