A great way to raise public awareness is to write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper outlining your concerns about over-development of the Moraine and the threat to your drinking water. Please see the section on writing a letter to Premier Harris for an overview of Earthroots' demands.
"... To write a letter to the editor, send e-mail to email@example.com or fax us at (416) 869-4322. (We reserve the right to edit letters.) Note: Letters must include full name, address, phone numbers of sender. Street names and phone numbers will not be published."
Globe and Mail
"... Letters to the Editor can be sent to Letters@GlobeAndMail.ca. (ASCII text only) or by fax to 416 585-5085. The Editor of The Globe and Mail welcomes letters on any subject but reserves the right to condense and edit them. Brevity counts. All letters should be less than 200 words, and must include the name, mailing address and daytime phone number of the writer."
"... To write a letter to the editor send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, address and daytime phone number."
Weekly Community Papers
A letter to the editor or an opinion editorial is also a great way to keep the Oak Ridges Moraine issue high in the consciousness of politicians and members of your community.