Media/Photo Advisory - Ontario youth challenge the tobacco industry's definition of INTEGRITY

    A live performance of the gruesome realities of tobacco use

    NEWMARKET, ON, March 30 /CNW/ - Youth from the central east area of
Ontario are challenging the tobacco industry on the claim that, as an
industry, they have integrity.
    To prove their point, these youth are coming together to inform the
public about the tobacco industry's lack of integrity.

    Who:         Youth Action Alliances from Central Eastern Ontario (Barrie,
                 Peterborough, York, Oshawa, Brampton, Mississauga,
                 Port Hope)

    When:        Saturday March 31, 2007

    Time:        1:00 PM

    Where:       Upper Canada Mall Parking Lot, Newmarket (Southwest corner
                 of the Sears Parking Lot on the corner of Davis Drive and
                 Yonge St.)

    Interviews:  Media are invited to interview the youth.

    At the event, the youth will be dramatizing what happens when people use
tobacco industry products, as well as asking the public to sign post cards in
support of Health Canada's proposal in changing the Tobacco Act.

For further information:

For further information: Leslie Kirsh, Lung Association, (416) 553-6759

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