Still time to join TREA on October 18
More below!
Waste Week starts the week of October 15. We are pleased to have local partnership events as follows:
Reimagine Co’s Zero Waste 101 workshop
Monday, October 15, 6-8pm at 211 King Street. Free event.

An open discussion, all are welcome! Register HERE. Topics include: What is zero waste? Avoiding single-use plastics, simple first steps to make less waste, Zero Waste on a budget and more! Please bring your questions!
Renewi Canada film night
Tuesday, October 16, 6:30-8:30pm at London Public Library, 251 Dundas Street. Admission free, snacks and beverages will be provided.

Screening of documentary “Wasted: The Story of Food Waste” on some of the world’s most influential chefs shows how even small changes can feed more people, curb environmental damage, stimulate the economy and improve the health of citizens.
TREA’s Keeping It Natural fashion show,
Thursday, October 18, 6:00-9:30 pm at the Covent Garden Market, 130 King St.

Featuring clothing from Studio Style, Heather Ringland Designs and Mine 101 as fashion show. The evening includes local green vendors, and a silent auction. Tickets are $30 and can be bought in advance HERE.
TREA has developed a listing of relevant environmental policies, local, provincial and federal on topics that impact Canadians. Please visit HERE.
TREA welcomes new Board members – Adrienne Fortin, Nicole Worozbyt, and Julia Haneca and p/t staff Jude Silva.

TREA recent outreach includes visits to Woodfield, Family Wellness Expo, and King’s College. TREA also assisted CAN-Bike London with helmet fits at the Big Bike Giveaway – their 5th amazing year.
London Middlesex in motion™ is a community campaign during October promoting and celebrating healthy, active living. Being in motion™ includes healthy eating and physical activity as part of a healthy lifestyle! TREA has promoted this event every year.  You can participate as an individual or challenge your workplace, family, neighbourhood, community group, school, classroom, or sports team to sign on. 
More Information Here
As of September 1, there are tougher provincial penalties for careless driving and the endangering of pedestrians. Drivers convicted of careless driving causing bodily harm or death will face: fines from $2,000 to $50,000, six demerit points, licence suspension of up to five years, up to two years in jail. Penalties will also increase for drivers who fail to yield to pedestrians at crossovers, school crossings and crosswalks. The maximum penalty will increase to $1,000 and four demerit points. Drivers must yield the entire roadway at pedestrian crossovers, school crossings, and other locations where there is a crossing guard, and cannot continue driving until pedestrians have finished crossing the road completely.
More information here
Don’t forget to be a part of LEN’s The River Talks conference coming up this month. 
Here the Schedule

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