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G20 info: coming to a mailbox near you

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Some G20 info will soon be landing in your mailbox.

"Our Toronto" -- the City of Toronto's official newsletter -- is currently en route to mailboxes around the city and will highlight information about the upcoming G20 summit, including the traffic and security map released by summit organizers last week. The newsletters are expected to begin arriving at houses this week.

In a press release today, the city also announced its new online information hub for all things G20-related -- click and bookmark here: http://www.toronto.ca/g20

And here's a link to the city's website for traffic restrictions: www.toronto.ca/torontostreets/index.htm and to a list of city services and programs affected by the summit: www.toronto.ca/G20/services-affected.htm


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