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Deputy Premier to speak at Energy and Environment Forum

Monday, March 30th 2009 5:45:51pm

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Deputy Premier to speak at Energy and Environment Forum

Minister of Energy and Infrastructure to address what the Green Energy Act means to building owners and managers

Deputy Premier, and Minster of Energy and Infrastructure, George Smitherman will discuss the recently tabled Green Energy Act tomorrow morning.

Minister Smitherman is scheduled to speak from 9:00 AM to 9:30 AM at the Energy and Environment Forum, an annual event sponsored by the Building Owner and Managers Association (BOMA) of Toronto.  The Forum is a focal point for BOMA members to update themselves and each other on energy and environment issues that affect them.  

Other speakers will address topics such as the natural gas market, energy efficiency regulations, BOMA programs, solar PV and sustainability.  

The Forum runs from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM in the Liberty Grand at CNE Place.  Speeches will be followed by a lunch reception, as well as exhibits featuring the latest products and services provided by BOMA members.


BOMA Toronto's Energy and Environment Forum


Tuesday, March 31, 2009
7:30 AM to 11:00 AM


Liberty Grand, CNE Place
210 Princes' Boulevard, Toronto ON  

Details about BOMA Toronto, and a full Energy and Environment Forum agenda, are available at:

For further information, or to arrange interviews, please contact:

Wayne Proulx, BOMA Toronto, at 647.338.6104 (on-site cell)


Established in 1917, the Building Owners and Managers Association of the Greater Toronto Area - BOMA Toronto - has grown along with the evolution of the institutional, commercial and industrial building sector. Its territory includes all of Ontario except for the Ottawa Capital Region. BOMA Toronto has grown to over 800 real estate professional members representing 80 per cent of all commercial and industrial real estate companies in the GTA and beyond. These individuals are the leading building owners, property and facility managers, developers, leasing agents, and service providers. BOMA Toronto is also prominent on the national and international stages. It is an affiliate of the 17,000-member BOMA International organization, a federated member of BOMA Canada, and the second-largest local BOMA Association in North America.