Donald Blair, Toronto City Council Candidate for Ward 44, following CBC Radio One"s "New Visions for Toronto" debate, where Donald received rave reviews of his performance and new, fresh ideas for a better Toronto, was called a "True Environmental Patriot" by Global Warming Prevention Technologies chairman Ian Hood.
In a statement released by Global Warming Prevention Technologies, the company quoted Donald Blair"s recent statement supporting environmentally friendly, cost-effective thermal solutions in Toronto, including those which turn waste into energy.
"Thermal solutions are used in some of the greenest cities and countries around the world," said Donald Blair. "It"s time Toronto stopped thinking of archaic incineration and looked toward green, clean and lean thermal technologies that work, and do not produce harmful dioxins into the air."
Global Warming Prevention Technologies is an expanding Ontario corporation that provides advanced research, design and technologies to address the pressing needs of the environment in association with consumers, local governments and private industry.
Donald Blair, Toronto City Council Candidate for Ward 44, announced growing support from individuals who recognize Donald's fresh, new approach to ideas and solutions in Toronto.
Ontario Liberal Party Area Coordinator and Ward 44 resident Lawrence Dawkins has endorsed Donald Blair, admiring his "passionate vision for Toronto" and his "understanding of the complex issues that are of concern to the people of Toronto".
Former Treasurer of the Ontario PC Party Carlo Di Gioacchino called Donald a "dedicated, proven individual who is committed to his community" in a recent statement.
"Scarborough needs new, fresh ideas and someone with the energy and drive to get things done." said Di Gioacchino.
Dan Sandor, candidate for city council in Ward 38, whom Donald has endorsed, called Donald "a great asset to this city, to council and to his neighbourhood", in a statement released to media last week.
"Donald is out at every event, involved in the community, and not only now that there is an election but throughout the year, always there talking with the people in his ward and truly listening to their concerns".
Ward 44 resident and community leader Joe O'Leary called Donald Blair the "fresh, uninfluenced vision that we all have been looking for" in a recent letter to the campaign.
"I have admired the way you approach the issues of Ward 44, with such a positive outlook and brilliant ideas for our children," continued O'Leary.
"I am enthused by the support from people who share my passion for a better Scarborough, and a better Toronto," said Donald.