Media Advisory - Minister of Energy And Infrastructure To Visit Ottawa

    TORONTO, April 16 /CNW/ - George Smitherman, Deputy Premier and Minister
of Energy and Infrastructure, will tour Energy Ottawa's Chaudière Falls Number
2 Generating Station tomorrow. Originally built in 1891 and recently
refurbished, the station is a excellent example of Green Energy, using the
natural flow and elevation drop of the river to create energy. In fact, it was
recently certified by the Environment Canada EcoLogo program.
    The Minister will be in the area to discuss the proposed Green Energy
Act, part of the McGuinty government's commitment to protect the climate and
stimulate a green economy.

    Time:     Tour of Chaudière Falls Generating Stations   12:00 p.m.
              Minister's remarks                            12:20 p.m.
              Brief media availability will follow

    Location: Chaudière Falls Generating Stations
              156 Middle Street
              Located on the Victoria Island, accessible from the
              Booth Street Bridge
              Ottawa, Ontario

              Media are invited to meet in the reception tent just outside
              the station to join the tour.

                                                       Disponible en français

For further information:

For further information: Amy Tang, Minister's Office, (416) 327-6747;
Anne Smith, Media Relations Co-ordinator, (416) 325-1810

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