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Official Opening of Wild Wetland Splash at Heart Lake Conservation Area

Jul 11, 2011

(Toronto, July 11) On Wednesday, July 13, Toronto and Region Conservation celebrates the official opening of the Wild Wetland Splash at Heart Lake Conservation Area. With construction now complete, the project consists of an 840 sq metre swimming pool (eight ft. deep) that is fully accessible featuring beach entry and a newly constructed accessible pool complex building.

This special event will acknowledge the extraordinary contributions of all our sponsors and partners, especially the funding provided by  the Recreational Infrastructure Canada (RInC) Program in Ontario and Ontario Recreation Program (Ontario REC), and the Region of Peel that have made this opening possible.

Event: Official Opening of Wild Wetland Splash at Heart Lake Conservation Area

Date:  Wednesday, July 13, 2011 - 11 a.m.

Location: Heart Lake Conservation Area, 10818 Heart Lake Road, Brampton

Times:

Welcome & Greetings:          11:00 a.m.
Ribbon Cutting:                    11:20 a.m.
Guided Tour:                        11:30 a.m.
Light Refreshments:              11:30 a.m.

After the opening ceremony from 1:00 p.m.to 7:00 p.m. the public is invited to celebrate the opening with a free entrance to Wild Wetland Splash.

Participants:     Parm Gill, MP for Brampton-Springdale; Linda Jeffrey, MPP for Brampton-Springdale; Emil Kolb for Region of Peel; Gerri Lynn O'Connor, Chair, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and Doug Miller, Manager Conservation Parks, Toronto and Region Conservation.

With more than 50 years of experience, TRCA helps people understand, enjoy and look after the natural environment. TRCA's vision is for The Living City - where human settlement can flourish forever as part of nature's beauty and diversity. For more information, call 416-661-6600 or visit us at www.trca.on.ca

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