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article imageToronto goes green at Live Green Toronto Festival Special

By Andrew Moran     Aug 29, 2010 in Environment
Toronto - Hundreds of visitors at the Live Green Toronto Festival at the Yonge-Dundas Square experienced what it was like living environmentally friend and gained a lot of information on how to be more green conscious.
Living an environmentally friendly lifestyle – or being green – has become an important aspect of cultures all over the world. More and more people are attempting to adapt to a lifestyle of green by educating themselves on the various ways of doing so.
On Saturday and Sunday, the Live Green Toronto Festival took place at the city’s Yonge-Dundas Square where dozens of vendors showed off hundreds of green products and services and local foods, while also being accompanied by live entertainment.
At one part of the square was a play area for children where they could dig dirt, play with toys and – with the beautiful weather over the weekend – enjoy the lovely sunshine. On another part of the square was a Canadian Tire Money Machine where you step into a book and blowing air blows Canadian Tire money around.
Live Green Toronto Festival sign
Live Green Toronto Festival sign
Dirt play area for children.
Dirt play area for children.
Local food products vendor.
Local food products vendor.
An Inorganic Market was also there to collect e-waste, including MP3 players, laptops, mobile phones and others. This has become a huge industry.
The annual event also provided free music concerts, including Steven Page, Chris McKhool, H20rchestra, Colin James, The Johnstones and many others.
Live Green Toronto presented Torontonians with “everything from bees, worms and bikes, to green fashions, renewable energy, local foods and more.
Mascot of the event.
Mascot of the event.
The Canadian Tire Money Machine.
The Canadian Tire Money Machine.
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