Taking Action on Climate Change

Taking Action on Climate Change in
Our Community

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Frustrated by the lack of International progress on Climate Change?
Want to make a difference in your Community?
Attend a Green 13 Town Hall Meeting


WHEN: 7 p.m. November 17, 2009
WHERE: Swansea Town Hall


95 Lavina Avenue (south of Deforest/East of Windermere)


EDUCATE
ADVOCATE...

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Upcoming Community Events

Railpath entrance at Wallace Avenue (south of Dupont, west of Perth, north of Bloor).2:00 p.m startRSVP: Toronto Protocol RSVP Line 416-392-7667This is an opportunity to raise awareness on our issue.We need someone to organize the Clean Train Coalition presence at this event (we can provide you with flyers).Please let us know if you would like to do this atinfo@cleantrain.ca


And other upcoming events...


Tues, Nov 9 – Board of Trade breakf...

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An Evening With Elizabeth May, federal Green Party Leader

Thurs. Oct 29 – Electric trains information meeting
hosted by Rosario Marchese


Array Music Studios, 60 Atlantic Ave, Suite 218 (in LibertyVillage)
Speakers: Mike Sullivan of the CTC will speak on the issue and Dr. Avrum Regenstreif will talk about electric train technologies.
Fri. Oct 30 – West Toronto Railpath opening


Railpath entrance at Wallace Avenue (south of Dupont, west of Perth, north of Bloor).
2:00 p.m start
RSVP: Toronto Protocol RSV...

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13 Ways to Make Cool Reusable Shopping Bags for Free

By Jaymi Heimbuch


Sure, there are a million places to shop for reusable grocery bags these days. But your home likely holds countless resources to help you create one-of-a-kind bags for free!
Raw materials for cool one-of-a-kind shopping bags are laying around your house right now. Make fun, unique, and thrifty reusable shopping bags that are either quick fixes or that will bring out the craftster in you.


Basic: These require no sewing, or only minimal sewing, and are super...

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