The City of Brampton connects with the Vincentian Community.
The clock tower at City of Brampton’s City Hall will be lit on World Environment Day in solidarity with the citizens of St. Vincent and the Grenadines after the devastation caused by the eruption of the Island’s La Soufriere volcano that occurred in April. The Clock Tower will be lit from sunset, June 5 to sunrise, June 6.
World Environment Day reminds us how fragile the environment is and the need to protect it. Brampton is a Green City; sustainability is a key developmental pillar for the City as it is for St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Erica Henry-Jackman, FDI Coordinator for the City of Brampton, states, “The clock tower lighting on World Environment Day symbolizes friendship and hope and underscores the urgent need for a global focus to facilitate economic growth, innovation and sustainable management of our environments.”