WWF Canada

January 28, 2014 09:30 ET

PHOTO OP: Canadian Environmental Leaders Are Showing Their Support for National Sweater Day on February 6

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - January 28, 2014) - In anticipation of WWF's National Sweater Day on February 6, presented by Loblaw Companies Limited, the President and CEO of WWF-Canada, the Ontario Minister of the Environment and Senior Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Loblaw Companies Limited, are reminding Canadians to turn down the heat and put on their sweaters to support action on climate change and energy conservation.


  • David Miller, WWF-Canada's President and CEO
  • Jim Bradley, Ontario Minister of the Environment
  • Sonya Fiorini, Senior Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, Loblaw Companies Limited


  • Photo opportunity with David Miller, Jim Bradley, Sonya Fiorini and the WWF Panda mascot in festive sweaters for National Sweater Day


  • Main entrance of 77 Wellesley Street West, Toronto
    Office of the Ontario Ministry of the Environment
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  • Wednesday, January 29, 2014
    11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WWF's National Sweater Day calls on Canadians to turn down their thermostats and put on a sweater to show their support for energy conservation. By participating in National Sweater Day, individuals, businesses, schools and communities are coming together to show their commitment to reducing energy use and call on decision-makers to take action.

For more information about National Sweater Day and how to get involved, please visit or

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