Saturday, September 17, 2011

Credit Valley Conservation unveiled VAB art signs earlier today

Credit Valley Conservation unveiled its Floating Island Project just hours ago, at Botavia Downs Park (Botavia Downs Road and Chinguacousy Road).

The Environmental Enhancement Demonstration Site is a partnership between the CVC and the City of Brampton, in partnership with Queens University, Trent University, C&M Athletics, Greenland Consulting Engineers and Fletcher's Meadow Secondary School. The art project created works for the park, and was a partnership between the CVC, the City, and Visual Arts Brampton.

In this photo are Councillor John Hutton, Francesca Riopka, Councillor John Sanderson, Keshav Ramola, Mayor Susan Fennell, Lynn Calliste and Nick Woollard (parents of Makini Calliste-Woollard, in Quebec at university), and VAB president Keith Moreau.

We're currently having a few difficulties uploading the video, but expect an upload or two of the happenings in the next few days.