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Conservation Council of Ontario and Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer unveil multilingual ‘Doors Closed’ posters

Tuesday, May 27th 2008 12:51:14pm

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Attention: News, Energy, Business

Conservation Council of Ontario and Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer unveil multilingual ‘Doors Closed’ posters in time for air conditioner season

Posters available in 9 different languages to reflect the diverse make-up of city


Witness the unveiling of new multilingual ‘Doors Closed’ posters for restaurants and retail stores in Toronto. By placing a poster on the front door, businesses can save energy, reduce their bills and let customers know they are open for business. Posters are available in English, French, Chinese, Hindi, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Tagalog and Tamil.

The posters in each language may be downloaded for free by visiting www.weconserve.ca/doorsclosed/.


Chris Winter, Executive Director of the Conservation Council of Ontario
Peter Love, Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer
Elmu Kanqia, Owner, Ambal Trading (Mr. Kanqia will address how the ‘Doors Closed’ program benefits small business owner.)


Wednesday, May 28, 2008 at 1:00 pm

591 Parliament St, Toronto (see map)

For additional information contact:

Don Huff
Environmental Communication Options
On-site: 416-805-7720

The Conservation Council of Ontario is a provincial association of organizations and individuals working to promote a conserver society in Ontario.  Its main initiative, "We Conserve", seeks to build a united conservation movement across Ontario within three years - leading to significant progress by the Kyoto deadline of 2012.

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