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Evening public forum on Great Lakes to be held in Kingston

Monday, November 20th 2006 2:46:11pm

Evening public forum on Great Lakes to be held in Kingston

Pollution Probe and Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner invite public to attend, provide feedback

Pollution Probe’s Water Programme Director Rick Findlay and Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner Gord Miller will host an evening public forum on the Great Lakes in Kingston on Tuesday, November 28th, from 6:00 to 8:00pm.  


Evening forum on the Great Lakes - New Vision for the Great Lakes to be discussed


Tuesday, November 28th, 6:00 - 8:00pm


Memorial Hall, Kingston City Hall, 216 Ontario Street, Kingston, Ontario


Rick Findlay, Water Programme Director, Pollution Probe
Gord Miller, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario

Attendees are invited to participate in a dialogue about the future of the Great Lakes.  The discussion will be guided and informed by Pollution Probe’s new Vision Statement on the Great Lakes* which has been developed to help reinvigorate restoration and protection efforts.  Members of the public are invited to participate by asking questions and contributing their ideas on how to move the agenda forward. This event is one in a series being held in four cities across Ontario.

For more information, please contact:

Rick Findlay, Director, Water Programme, Pollution Probe, (613) 237-8666, cell: (613) 863-8081,

Dennis Draper, Office of the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, 416-325-0530,

*Pollution Probe’s Vision Statement can be found at

Pollution Probe is a Canadian environmental organization that defines environmental problems through research, promotes understanding through education and presses for practical solutions through advocacy. To accomplish this mission, we engage government agencies, private businesses and non-profit organizations to help find solutions.

The Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO) is an independent officer of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario and is appointed to a five-year term. The Commissioner issues annual reports to the Assembly reviewing the government’s compliance with the Environmental Bill of Rights.