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WISE Project

WISE Project participants have been actively installing solar projects on their own roofs for years. But during those years many residents whose own roofs were not suitable or who did not own their own home asked us about the possibility of forming a co-op to collectively own a solar system. Well, now there is an exciting new opportunity to invest in co-operatively owned solar systems through the Options for Green Energy Queen Street Solar Co-operative.

Clean Train Coalition Update

Happy new year, everyone! A small group of us have been very busy with Clean Train Coalition work over the holiday season so this is why there’s been such a delay since our last email. (If you have time to help us with that… we would be most grateful!)

In the meantime, it’s short notice, but our NEXT GENERAL MEETING is this Thursday, Jan 6 from 6:30-9:00 p.m. at Davenport-Perth Neighbourhood Centre, 1900 Davenport just west of Symington.

Topics in this email:
1. Petitions delivered to the Legislature

Free Geek

Free Geek are holding a Green Tech: Computer Toss
on Saturday Dec 11, at 51 Vine Ave (Dundas and Keele area, at the end of the laneway)

12 pm Free Geek Tour
1pm presentation - Recycling Computers 101
2pm movie "Chemercial" snacks and refreshments will be availab;e
4pm acoustic jam session 416-572-3737

Update on the Metrolinx Demo!

Thanks to everyone who came out for the Clean Train demonstration at Metrolinx HQ on November 16. It was a fantastic turnout, especially for a weekday morning! Over 60 people took part in a spirited demonstration on the sidewalk in front of the Metrolinx head offices on Bay at Queens Quay. Following the outdoor demonstration, the crowd moved upstairs to the Metrolinx offices and packed the Metrolinx board meeting with CTC supporters.


Community Council on Federal Issues
Thurs. Dec. 9, 2010 7:00-9:00 pm Swansea Community Recreation Centre / 15 Waller Ave., off Windermere
Topic: "Advancing Federal Environment Policies: Protecting Your Health and our Children's Heritage"
Come engage with Gerard Kennedy, federal Environment Critic, on the challenges facing our environment: as local and immediate as our air and water, and as large as climate change, biodiversity and regulating the tar sands.


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