Toronto Hydro Corporation

Toronto Hydro Corporation
Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited

Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited

April 22, 2007 07:00 ET

REPEAT: Media Advisory-Toronto Hydro Coordinates Major Tree Planting at Pine Point Park

Photo and Interview Opportunity

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - April 22, 2007) -

Attention: news, city, environment and photo desks.

What: Approximately 400 native trees and shrubs will be planted in
Pine Point Park.

In addition to new plantings, the team will be taking part in
the maintenance of last year's planting and cleaning the
surrounding area of garbage and debris in support of Mayor
Miller's 20-minute Makeover.

Why: Toronto Hydro believes that trees are a vital tool in helping
to battle climate change. Over the past few years, Toronto
Hydro and its neighbours have been supporting the vision of a
revitalized Taylor Massey Creek near its Underwriters work
location. With a new work site in the west end, this year the
company is adding Pine Point Park to the planting activities.

Who: More than 200 employees, friends and family of Toronto Hydro
Corporation, City of Toronto, LEAF (Local Enhancement &
Appreciation of Forests), the Rexdale Scouts and Thisletown
Lions Club.

When: Sunday, April 22, 2007
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Where: Pine Point Park - 15 Grieson Road, Etobicoke
(Main intersection: Highway 401 and Islington Avenue)
ENTRANCE: Allenby Avenue and Grieson Road

Shovels in hand - Interview/Photo Opportunities with VIPs:
- Councillor Rob Ford
- Anthony Haines, President, Toronto Hydro-Electric System
- Janet McKay, President, LEAF
- Angel Perez, Leader, Rexdale Scout Troop
- Gerald Harrison, President, Thisletown Lions Club

Contact Information

  • For more information or to arrange an interview time,
    please contact: Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited
    Tanya Bruckmueller, Communications & Public Affairs
    C: (416) 902-9437