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June 07, 2007 06:00 ET

REMINDER MEDIA ADVISORY/PHOTO OPPORTUNITY TODAY: Mayor David Miller to Proclaim Right to Play Day in Toronto and Launch Charitable Photo Exhibit With Canon Canada and Right to Play Athletes

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 7, 2007) - Right To Play/Canon Canada -

Attention photo desk editors, sports editors and entertainment editors

Today Mayor David Miller will declare June 7, 2007 Right To Play Day in Toronto with Canon Canada and Right To Play, during a 'play day' at Regent Park/Duke of York Junior Public School. Canon Canada will also be making a significant announcement around its "Other Side of the Lens" charitable photo exhibit.

Celebrity guests and photo opportunities expected include:

- Mayor of Toronto, His Worship David Miller
- Canadian Olympic medalists and Right To Play Athlete Ambassadors:
- Kristina Groves, 2006 double silver medalist (speed skating)
- Kristina has recently returned from a trip to Rwanda with Right
To Play
- Adam van Koeverden, 2004 gold medalist (kayak)
- Sami Jo Small, 2002 and 2006 gold medalist (women's ice hockey)

Date: Thursday, June 7, 2007

Time: 2:00 p.m. Press conference
2:25 p.m. Photo opportunity with Mayor, athletes and students

Location: Regent Park/Duke of York Junior Public School, outdoor
20 Regent Street, Toronto (South of Dundas St. E., east
of Parliament St., north of Shuter St.)

Access and press conference registration located through
school parking lot located off Shuter St.

Parking: Limited parking available at Regent Park/Duke of York school,
access off Shuter St. Additional parking available at Church
of St. George, 17 Regent St, access off Regent St.

Rain Details: In the event of rain or inclement weather, the press
conference will be held indoors at Regent Park/Duke of
York Jr. P.S. in the auditorium, which can be accessed from
the front doors of the school off of Regent St.

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