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Nicole Eaton may be Canada's Mitt Romney.
The Republican presidential candidate comes across as a wealthy patrician with little sense of how tough the world can be for people who don't have tens of millions of dollars at their disposal.
Great short video interviews by: Noam Chomsky, David Suzuki, Amy Goodman, Jeffrey Sachs, Harry Belafonte, Deepak Chopra, Billy Bragg, Ben Bernanke, Billy Bragg, Asmaa Mahfouz, and more here: http://whytooccupy.org.
The Occupy Movement is inarticulate? I don' think so.
Award-winning director Sturla Gunnarsson presents a biography of ideas featuring iconic Canadian scientist, educator, broadcaster and activist David Suzuki.
Q: How did it all begin?
We started when the Worldwatch Institute said it's the turnaround decade. We thought we were only going to be here for 10 years. So we said every dollar we raise we're going to spend because we don't have time. Who would've imagined that 20 years later we'd still be here and that conditions would be worse.
Q: And it hasn't turned around.
Come hear David Suzuki speak on his inspiring new book, The Legacy: An Elder's Vision for our Sustainable Future.
Doors open 7:30, Event starts at 8 p.m. Includes short film.
Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. For tickets call 604-253-6442 or go to www.peoplescoopbookstore.com to purchase.
For more info on the tour... www.legacy.davidsuzuki.org