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Recent Releases from Great Lakes and St Lawrence Cities Initiative

Canadian Federal Party Leaders plans for Great Lakes and St Lawrence River protection

Published Thu, 9 Oct 2008 15:28:44 EST Read More

Canadian Federal Party Leaders plans for Great Lakes and St Lawrence River protection Toronto, (October 10, 2008) – The following commitments to protect the Great Lakes and St Lawrence River were provided by four of the five federal political parties in response to the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative (GLSLCI) questionnaire sent to Federal party leader on September 22. The Conservative Party of Canada has yet to respond to the questionnaire. The Cities Initiative has s...... Click here to read this release



Federal Party Leaders have their say on Great Lakes and St Lawrence protection

Published Wed, 8 Oct 2008 10:32:06 EST Read More

News Release For Immediate Release Federal Party Leaders have their say on Great Lakes and St. Lawrence protection Great Lakes and St. Lawrence mayors’ survey prompts responses from Federal parties Toronto, (October 8, 2008) - Mayors representing over 7 million Canadians in Ontario and Quebec today made public the responses they have received from four of the five federal political parties on their plans for protecting the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River. ...... Click here to read this release



Canadian mayors call on Canadian federal party leaders to protect the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence

Published Mon, 22 Sep 2008 14:14:28 EST Read More

Canadian mayors call on Canadian federal party leaders to protect the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Presidential candidates in the United States have already raised the Great Lakes as national election issue Toronto, Ontario, September 22, 2008 - Mayors representing over 7 million Canadians in Ontario and Quebec issued a letter today calling on the five federal political leaders in the Canadian election to publicly declare their proposals for protecting the Great Lakes and the...... Click here to read this release



Great Lakes and St Lawrence Cities Initiative to sign Great Lakes Pact with Ontario at annual conference in Toronto

Published Mon, 14 Jul 2008 16:38:49 EST Read More

Media Advisory Attention: News, Assignment and Environment Reporters and Editors Mayors call on Federal government to reinvest in “Cities as the Solution” to advance Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Protection Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative and Ontario to sign Great Lakes Pact at annual conference in Toronto WHAT: Great Lakes & St. Lawrence Cities Initiative Annual Meeting & Conference – News Conference / Media Teleconference with a photo and ...... Click here to read this release



Interview opportunity - Toronto Mayor David Miller, Town of the Blue Mountains Mayor Ellen Anderson

Published Tue, 29 Jan 2008 10:45:41 EST Read More

Attention: News, Business and Environment Editors Interview opportunity – Immediate - January 28, 2008 Premier McGuinty’s focus on climate change and the Great Lakes at Premier’s Conference in Vancouver Who - Mayor David Miller of the City of Toronto and Mayor Ellen Anderson of the Town of the Blue Mountains are available to comment. What - The mayors will comment on the cost of climate change and the declining la...... Click here to read this release