Don’t Forget Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup- West Rouge Beach Park September 27, 2013 10:00AM
The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup brings the community together to achieve measurable impacts on the environment, both locally and globally. Through individual action, nearly one million kilograms of shoreline litter has been removed from our fragile ecosystem since 1997. Aquatic and shoreline litter harms more than just fish – the GCSC helps turtles and frogs too!
Location: West Rouge Beach Park 195 Rouge Hills Drive, Toronto
GO Train: Rouge Hill GO Station on Lakeshore East line is 1.3 km from beach entrance. You will see the entrance to the beach at the corner of Lawrence and Rouge Hills Drive.
Driving Directions: From Highway 401: Exit Port Union Road southbound. Turn left at Lawrence Avenue East, follow Lawrence Ave eastbound to the end where you will see the entrance to the beach at the corner of Lawrence and Rouge Hills Drive. There is a parking lot with ample parking.
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