This winter our new Home Hardware worked with the East Toronto Climate Action Group (read Mary Margaret McMahon), to promote energy conservation. Every week, a new tip to save energy, save pollution, and save you money was displayed on their side window with the particular item that was needed.
It was a win-win-win situation because Home Hardware attracted more customers, ETCAG promoted environmental awareness, and you saved money if you took the advice!
Medical Centre Update
The construction of the new medical centre that will be built on the site of the former O’Connor’s funeral home has been delayed. The centre, with new family health teams, was originally going to open in July, but the city workers strike last summer set them back several months. DECA has been working with the developer and the City on such things as lighting in the alley, parking and pot holes in the back lane. Now the developers are hoping to start demolition soon. It will take two to three weeks and they’re hoping to have demolition done by the end of May. Not sure yet, when they are planning to be open for business and taking new patients.
Art of the Danforth Storage
You know the fabulously large corrugated plastic items that are decorating our streets right now (the big flowers, the big horse etc)? The Art of the Danforth needs a place to store them for a while. Do you have such a place? If they can’t find storage, they will have to be melted down – which seems a bit of a shame. If you can help, contact Cindy at email@example.com
Another Green Cafe is happening on Tuesday, May 11 from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. at 1917 Gerrard St. E. at Glenmore Road. There will be a free film screening and discussion about climate change, peak oil and challenges in the neighbourhood. Contact Mary Margaret McMahon for more info or to RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.