A classic idiom states “Many hands make for light work”….and it’s particularly true for this event. It would not be possible to achieve our fundraising goals and provide such a memorable day to our donors and guests without the 100% volunteer contribution of all of our supporters.
Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation has been helping Toronto transform its parks and green spaces since 2002. Working with community groups and neighbourhoods to realize their imagination for local parks and improving the health of Toronto’s urban forest by supporting tree planting and stewardship efforts. Follow them on twitter @TOParksandTrees or visit www.lovetorontoparks.ca to learn more.
The Steam Whistle story begins in the spring of 1998 when three friends were on a canoe trip in the Ontario heartland. Greg Taylor, Cam Heaps and Greg Cromwell had all been colleagues at one of Canada’s premier microbreweries producing quality beer in the late 1980’s and 90’s – before it was bought out by a national brewer and closed down. As they sat around the campfire, the self-named “Three Fired Guys” dreamed of running their own brewery one day. They wanted to make a Pilsner that would compete with the best in the world. They wrote a plan and quickly attracted investors with their vision and passion. To learn more visit http://www.steamwhistle.ca
Canadians had their first taste of Mott’s Clamato in 1969, the year the tomato clam cocktail was first introduced across the country by the Duffy Mott Company. The savoury and distinctive drink quickly became the essential ingredient in making a Caesar. Canada’s Cocktail can also be enjoyed on its own, either chilled or over ice. Today, Mott’s Clamato is available across Canada in a variety of flavours and formats including Original, Extra Spicy (for those who like a bit more of the secret spice), The Works with horseradish (no need to add your own spices), Virgin Caesar (when you want the taste of a Caesar without the alcohol) and Ready To Drink Caesar (for those who want to open the bottle, and enjoy a Mott’s Clamato Caesar). Visit their website for tasty ideas.
Canadian owned & operated, Mariposa Cruises was incorporated in 1987 with the purchase of iconic Mariposa Belle– at the time, the largest passenger vessel in Toronto. As the organization expanded, so too, did the number of our boats and our passenger capacities. Mariposa operates a wide range of boats – of which two are the largest ships in Toronto harbour. Thousands of events and millions of happy guests later, Mariposa Cruises is one of Canada’s largest hospitality cruise operators- with the best fleet of well maintained and uniquely styled vessels, offering an enviable range of quality products and services and managed by a team of friendly, customer-focused professionals. For more info visit: http://mariposacruises.com
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Iceberg Vodka -Every year in Newfoundland and Labrador, thousands of icebergs break off from glaciers and travel south where they melt into the sea. This water is so naturally pure, even the oxygen liberated during the melting process is cleaner than what is naturally found on Earth. After much pondering on how best to leverage this pristine water, we came to the only natural conclusion: vodka. Sure, it might seem a bit extreme to go to such lengths to make vodka, but we recognize that one cannot live on a mediocre martini. Utilizing the purest water this planet has to offer results in the smoothest, best tasting vodka. And that’s worth every last drop. For More info visit Iceberg’s Website