This summer, we’ve been connecting with many community groups in the South Etobicoke area, from youth groups, to parent groups, to local groups working towards clean air solutions. This last weekend, we were out at the Franklin Horner Community Centre for Our Place Initiative’s First Annual Corn Roast.
With great community groups, free corn, and a unique “Lob the Cob” contest, it was a fun afternoon for the community.
Thanks to one of INHALE Toronto’s outstanding Community Air Trackers, we connected with the Environment Committee of Our Place Initiative to discuss how tree planting can help improve local air quality. As the weather gets colder, we’ll be looking to use our air monitoring data to inform conversations on clean air solutions.
If you are a group who would like to connect with the INHALE Project on clean air solutions, get in touch.