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Gord Miller Speech Evergreen Brick Works
Toronto

Environmental Commisssioner of Ontario Gord Miller speaks at the official launch of the Green Infrastructure Ontario Coalition November 22, 2010 at Evergreen Brick Works.

http://greeninfrastructureontario.org/

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Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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