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tommyilcq: TORONTO, Nov. 3, 2015 /CNW/ - Starting today, GLAD Canada in tandem with the City of Toronto is honoured to present the newly expanded 7 Days of Garbage photography exhibit at Union Station's Great Hall. Shot by acclaimed photographer Gregg...

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TORONTO, Nov. 3, 2015 /CNW/ - Starting today, GLAD Canada in tandem with the City of Toronto is honoured to present the newly expanded 7 Days of Garbage photography exhibit at Union Station's Great Hall. Shot by acclaimed photographer Gregg Segal, 7 Days of Garbage is not to be missed by art enthusiasts, environmentalists and proud Torontonians alike, as each provocative photograph on display features an individual, couple or family surrounded by the trash they produce in one week. The 7 Days of Garbage exhibit, co-hosted by GLAD for its Toronto debut, has been expanded to showcase the waste of prominent Torontonians Kai Lee, son of Canadian chef Susur Lee and restaurateur; Amanda Blakley and family, freelance writer and co-founder of exclusive Toronto tastemaker's club, The Social; Andy Byford, chief executive officer of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC); and James Yurichuk and Natey Adjei, members of the Toronto Argonauts. "Ever since I was a kid, I've wondered about garbage - whe

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TORONTO, Nov. 3, 2015 /CNW/ - Starting today, GLAD Canada in tandem with the City of Toronto is honoured to present the newly expanded 7 Days of Garbage photography exhibit at Union Station's Great Hall. Shot by acclaimed photographer Gregg Segal, 7 Days of Garbage is not to be missed by art enthusiasts, environmentalists and proud Torontonians alike, as each provocative photograph on display features an individual, couple or family surrounded by the trash they produce in one week. The 7 Days of Garbage exhibit, co-hosted by GLAD for its Toronto debut, has been expanded to showcase the waste of prominent Torontonians Kai Lee, son of Canadian chef Susur Lee and restaurateur; Amanda Blakley and family, freelance writer and co-founder of exclusive Toronto tastemaker's club, The Social; Andy Byford, chief executive officer of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC); and James Yurichuk and Natey Adjei, members of the Toronto Argonauts. "Ever since I was a kid, I've wondered about garbage - whe

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TORONTO, Nov. 3, 2015 /CNW/ - Starting today, GLAD Canada in tandem with the City of Toronto is honoured to present the newly expanded 7 Days of Garbage photography exhibit at Union Station's Great Hall. Shot by acclaimed photographer Gregg Segal, 7 Days of Garbage is not to be missed by art enthusiasts, environmentalists and proud Torontonians alike, as each provocative photograph on display features an individual, couple or family surrounded by the trash they produce in one week. The 7 Days of Garbage exhibit, co-hosted by GLAD for its Toronto debut, has been expanded to showcase the waste of prominent Torontonians Kai Lee, son of Canadian chef Susur Lee and restaurateur; Amanda Blakley and family, freelance writer and co-founder of exclusive Toronto tastemaker's club, The Social; Andy Byford, chief executive officer of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC); and James Yurichuk and Natey Adjei, members of the Toronto Argonauts. "Ever since I was a kid, I've wondered about garbage - whe

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