Give to Get Free Admission to the Green Living Show and Green Toronto Awards

Give to Get Free Admission to the Green Living Show and Green Toronto Awards

Give your old electronics to be recycled in order to get FREE admission to the:

Green Living Show

April 15 – 17

Direct Energy Centre Exhibition Place
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Entry to the Green Toronto Awards at the Green Living Show: FREE to the Public

Admission to the Green Living Show: Attendees to the Green Living Show Can Receive FREE Admission by Recycling Electronic Waste at the Show Compliments of Samsung

Please click here for a list of accepted electronic waste.

Admission is FREE for children 12 and under.

Please click here for Location & Show Hours of 2011 Green Living Show.

The Green Toronto Awards is the City’s environmental awards of excellence that “recognize the individuals, organizations and companies helping to lead the way to a cleaner, greener Toronto.”

You are invited to the following FREE event wherein the winners will be announced, and each winner will receive an award and $5,000.

Seventh Annual Green Toronto Awards Ceremony

Entry to the Green Toronto Awards: FREE to the Public

Friday, April 15 at 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Main Stage at the Green Living Show

Hosts: Adam Stiles, Meteorologist, CityNews and Elissa Lansdell, Host, My RONA Home
Special musical guest: Canadian singer-songwriter Alyssa Reid!

Hosts Adam Stiles and Elissa Lansdell will announce the winners of the prestigious Green Toronto Award, which includes $5,000 to further their work or donate to a charity of their choice.

Congratulations to the following 30 finalists who were selected from more than 150 nominations for the Seventh Annual Green Toronto Awards.

The 2011 Green Toronto Award Finalists

The Green Business Award recognizes a business that is demonstrating excellence in green practices, strategies or products. Award sponsor: Capital One

  • Green Circle Salons
  • LoyaltyOne
  • Woodbine Entertainment Group

The Green Home Award recognizes Toronto residents who are leading change by greening their homes.

  • Anthony Ketchum
  • John Tabone
  • Lynn Brandy

The Community Project Award acknowledges the leadership of Torontonians engaged in greening our communities. Award sponsor: Loblaw Companies Limited

  • Afri-Can FoodBasket
  • Auriel Haynes, Malvern Action for Neighbourhood Change
  • The Green Awakening Network, Toronto United Church Council

The Local Food Award recognizes leadership in creating, managing and promoting local food. Award sponsor: ING Direct

  • Wally Seccombe, Everdale Environmental Learning Centre
  • The Healthy Butcher
  • Toronto Beekeepers Co-operative

The Environmental Awareness Award recognizes leadership in environmental education through a variety of media as well as environmentally-themed arts and cultural events. Award sponsor: Toronto Hydro

  • A Greener Toronto TV Series
  • Toronto Vegetarian Association
  • TREC Education

The Energy Conservation Award recognizes leadership in improving operation or production processes that reduce consumption.

  • Nitta Gelatin Canada Inc.
  • Planet Traveler
  • Social Housing Services Crop, GLOBE Inc.

The Green Design Award rewards leadership in infrastructure, architecture or industrial design which complies with the principles of sustainability. Award sponsor: Enbridge Gas Distribution

  • architectesAlliance
  • Leon’s Furniture Ltd., Leon’s at the Roundhouse
  • Modrobes Inc.

The Leadership Award recognizes an individual, organization or company for going above and beyond the norm in helping to transform our environment. Award sponsor: Toronto Community Foundation

  • Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, CivicAction
  • Greening Greater Toronto
  • Not Far from the Tree

The Water Efficiency Award recognizes efforts to reduce and sustainably manage water use and promote water conservation. Award sponsor: Toronto Water

  • Citizens for a Safe Environment for Toronto Foundation Inc. and Schollen & Company Inc.
  • Kraft Canada Inc., East York Bakery
  • Sustainability Team, Kraft Lakeshore Baker

The Youth Award recognizes young people (18 years of age and under) for their leadership on green projects. Award sponsor: TD Friends of the Environment

  • Dovercourt Junior Public School
  • Fariha Raham
  • Youth Mentors, Greenest City

More information about the Green Toronto Awards is available at

The Green Toronto Awards are proudly supported by media partners: The Toronto Star, Citytv and NOW Magazine.


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