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Climate Change Awareness Act : Bill 6

Wednesday, April 21st 2010 11:53:19am

Media Advisory
Climate Change Awareness Act : Bill 6

Ottawa-Orléans MPP Phil McNeely will convene a media conference regarding Bill 6, the Climate Change Awareness Act.

Date: Wednesday , April 21, 2010

Time: 3:00 p.m.

Location: Queen’s Park Media Studio – Ontario Legislature – Main Floor West


• A key element of the Bill is to make April 21st each year, Climate Change Awareness Day

• The Bill emphasizes increasing awareness about climate change for school children

• The Bill was introduced to the Legislature and has been referred to Committee

• The Bill also seeks to have the Ministry of Environment produce an annual report to be shared with students in Grades 5-12 across Ontario, that lists key indicators of climate change such as polar bear populations and Arctic ice levels.  

Media Contact:

Michael Pietrzak (T) 416.325.1713
Executive Assistant to Phil McNeely, Member of Provincial Parliament, Ottawa Orléans,  

Note: Media not currently accredited by the QP (Legislative Assembly) Media Gallery must register with the Press Gallery Coordinator Gerald Christopher - Room 387A or 416-325-7922, if they intend to participate in the media conference