Garbage in our parks - update
Here come the pesticides:
The use of pesticides in the public's backyard certainly seems inconsistent with the city's ban on pesticides in private backyards. This is a further symptom of the problem of having garbage dumps in our parks.
Also, here is a link to the article in the Bloor West Villager about the garbage dumps at...Read more
Timely movie screening on garbage
Green Neighbours 21 hosts film night
Date: Monday, July 13
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Place: St. Michael and All Angel’s (southeast corner of St. Clair and Wychwood – enter off Wychwood, through wooden gate, top floor)
"Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home"
This film is a feature documentary that describes how an average North American family impacts the environment through their production of garbage.
After his son's birth, Andrew Nisker (writer and director...Read more
Clean Train meeting in Parkdale
Thursday July 9 7-9 PM Friends of Brock Avenue and Parkdale Residents Association Public Meeting at Mary Robinson Auditorium
(20 West Lodge, One block north of Queen W. just east of Lansdowne)
Addressing this and the issue of electrification versus diesel are:Mike Sullivan - Clean Train CoalitionGord Perks - City Councillor for Parkdale-High ParkCheri DiNovo - MPP Parkdale-High ParkRandy Park - Post Carbon Institute
For more information please visit cleantrain.ca.
Green 13 continues to stand up for our parks!
Efforts to organize opposition to the City's decision to put dumps for private garbage in our public parks continues. This is a growing concern throughout Toronto, and is still particularly relevant in our community.
We need your continued assistance by:
- Participating in a letter writing campaign to Councillor Saundercook to push him to take a stronger stand against these dumps on behalf of our community. A sample letter for you to personalize is below. It also cc's the Mayor...Read more
Say no to garbage at Sunnyside Park
Below is a news release sent out today by Green 13. To help us organize opposition to a dump at Sunnyside please contact Chris Holcroft at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Community Green Group Says No to Garbage at Sunnyside Park !
TORONTO, June 25, 2009 – Green 13, a volunteer community organization, is asking the City to not use one of our great public spaces as a dumping ground for private garbage.