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Gord Miller & Rick Findlay- Great Lakes Forum Interview Opportunity

Monday, November 27th 2006 10:05:31am

Interview Opportunities


Gord Miller, Ontario's Environmental Commissioner
Rick Findlay, Pollution Probe's Water Programme Director will be available for interviews in Kingston.


The Environmental Commissioner of Ontario and Pollution Probe's Water Programme Director are hosting a public forum on the Future of the Great Lakes, at City Hall in Kingston, Tuesday November 28th. The public forum is one in a series of evening public forums across Ontario to discuss the future of the Great Lakes.
Both Mr. Miller and Mr.Findlay are available to provide comment on the importance of the future of the Great Lakes to Ontarians and the purpose of the public forums. Pollution Probe's Water Programme Director, Rick Findlay can also discuss Pollution Probe's work on a Vision of the Future of the Great Lakes.


Monday, November 27, 2006
Tuesday, November 28, 2006 (limited availability)

To arrange interviews, contact:

Jonathan Laderoute, e|c|o 416-972-7401,

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.