Apr 09, 2018
The City of Mississauga is celebrating Earth Days 2018 with a series of themed events happening across the city. Media are invited to the Earth Days media launch event on Friday, April 20.
At the media launch, participants will enjoy an impactful screening of environmental activist Stephen Szucs’ documentary, Sustainable Joes: The Time is Now. Father Michael Goetz students, winners of the 2017 Earth Market video challenge, will also be joining.
The contest encouraged contestants to create a short video that answered the question “What are you going to do about climate change?” and was open to all public and Catholic schools in the Peel Region.
Media Photo Opportunity: Earth Days 2018 Kick-Off
Friday, April 20, 2018
1 to 2:20 p.m.
Media photo opportunity: 2:10 p.m.
Father Michael Goetz Secondary School
330 Central Pkwy W.
Free parking is available at Father Michael Goetz Secondary School
Members of Council
Father Michael Goetz students
Other Mississauga Earth Days 2018 events:
April 16 to 22: 20-Minute Makeover and E-Waste and Textiles Collection
April 18: Guardians of the Garden Camp Kick-Off, with Earth Day-inspired activities for the whole family
April 20: Litter Awareness Blitz at City Centre Transit, Meadowvale, South Common and Westwood Mall transit terminals
April 21: One Million Trees Earth Day Tree Plantings at Glen Eden Park, Arbor Green and Allison’s Park
April 21: Earth Day crafts and activities at libraries across the city
For more information about Earth Days 2018 and to register for an event, visit: mississauga.ca/earthdays.
The City thanks the following partners for being a part of Earth Days 2018:
• Environmental Action Committee (EAC)
• Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA)
• Credit Valley Conservation (CVC)
• Partners in Project Green
• Diabetes Canada
• Revolution Recycling
• GLAD Canada
The City is committed to making Mississauga a green city year-round. To find out more about ongoing environmental projects, visit mississauga.ca/environment.
Public Relations Coordinator
905-615-3200 ext. 3253