Toronto Hydro launches Sixth Annual Festive Light Exchange
TORONTO, Nov. 5 /CNW/ -
- Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited ("Toronto Hydro") in
partnership with Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas
(TABIA) and the City of Toronto
- Over 50 students from St. Michael Catholic School
WHAT: Learn how to save money and the environment by decorating with LED
lights and making tree ornaments from reused, recycled and
environmentally-friendly items. Students from St. Michael will be making the
tree decorations from scratch.
WHERE: St. Lawrence Market, north market
WHEN: Friday, November 6 at 10a.m.
- Save money on tree decorations and your electricity bill this year
by following tips from Toronto Hydro.
- To kick off the festive season, Toronto Hydro is offering Toronto
residents one (1) free string of energy-efficient LED seasonal
lights in exchange for two (2) strings of incandescent seasonal
lights. The first lighting exchange is November 6 and 7 at St.
- Festive light exchange and events will be held in neighbourhoods
across the city. For more information on seasonal light
electricity conservation and detailed location of events, visit
SOURCE Toronto Hydro Corporation
For further information: For further information: Tanya Bruckmueller, Toronto Hydro, W: (416) 542-2621, C: (416) 903-0440, Tbruckmuellerfirstname.lastname@example.org