Thanks to pressure from TEA and our supporters, Toronto's new Waste Strategy will help get us on the path to zero waste.
TEA gets the Board of Health to agree to look at a point of sale display program for Toronto’s dry cleaners. These signs would help consumers make healthier choices and give community members a right-to-know about the chemicals used in their neighborhood.
After seven years of campaigning by TEA, the Province announces it will grow the Greenbelt into Toronto's ravines.
TEA joins the Our Hydro Coalition which succeeds in keeping Toronto Hydro Public.
TEA grows the INHALE Project - Canada’s first community air monitoring initiative - from South Etobicoke to Toronto’s Downtown Core.