Here is a YouTube audio of Mayor Rob Ford urging all Torontonians to CLEAN TORONTO TOGETHER so that we can take pride in Toronto as well as enjoy Toronto once again as Toronto the Good and Beautiful!

And the video version of part of the above audio is as follows:

Tomorrow, April 15, Toronto will be cleaner and look better when Mayor Rob Ford will be joined by Councillor Josh Colle (Ward 15 Eglinton Lawrence), representatives from GLAD Canada – lead sponsor for the 20-Minute Makeover, members of the community, youth groups and members of the Toronto Police Service to pick up litter and paint a mural on Friday, 2 p.m. (for 20 minutes), at Fairbanks Memorial Community Centre, 2213 Dufferin St. (just south of Eglinton Avenue West).

Also, as an annual event and part of the CLEAN TORONTO TOGETHER initiative, thousands of Toronto residents, businesses, students and government employees will pitch in at various locations to pick up litter and demonstrate their pride in Toronto.

Hurray!

Happy Cleaning Toronto Together!

Tomorrow Toronto Gets Twenty-Minute Makeover as the Mayor Picks Up Litter & Paints a Mural, April 15

Tomorrow Toronto Gets Twenty-Minute Makeover as the Mayor Picks Up Litter & Paints a Mural, April 15

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Media Advisory

Photo Op

April 14, 2011

Mayor Rob Ford and Councillor Josh Colle will participate during the 20-Minute Makeover


Mayor Rob Ford will be joined by Councillor Josh Colle (Ward 15 Eglinton Lawrence), representatives from GLAD Canada – lead sponsor for the 20-Minute Makeover, members of the community, youth groups and members of the Toronto Police Service to pick up litter and paint a mural on Friday.

Date: Friday, April 15
Time: 2 p.m. (for 20 minutes)
Location: Fairbanks Memorial Community Centre, 2213 Dufferin St. (just south of Eglinton Avenue West)

Note to media: Mayor Ford will be available for questions after the photo op.

Thousands of Toronto residents, businesses, students and government employees will pitch in at various locations to pick up litter and demonstrate their pride in Toronto. This is all part of the CLEAN TORONTO TOGETHER initiative.

The City, along with its sponsors – GLAD Canada, CP24, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, The Home Depot, the Toronto Star, Pizza Pizza, The Toronto Sun, Tim Hortons and McDonald’s – organizes this annual event.

Toronto is Canada’s largest city and sixth largest government, and home to a diverse population of about 2.6 million people. Toronto’s government is dedicated to delivering customer service excellence, creating a transparent and accountable government, reducing the size and cost of government and building a transportation city. For information on non-emergency City services and programs, Toronto residents, businesses and visitors can dial 311, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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