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| December 19, 2014

Watch: David Suzuki's speech on Burnaby Mountain to Kinder Morgan protesters

Watch David Suzuki deliver a passionate message to the protesters on B.C.'s Burnaby Mountain.

The Blue Dot Tour: An evening with David Suzuki in Ottawa

Friday, October 17, 2014 - 7:00pm

Location

Centrepointe Theatre Ottawa, ON
Canada
45° 25' 17.508" N, 75° 41' 49.8948" W

On his last national tour, David Suzuki shares the wisdom of a life full of action and celebrates Canadians who are standing up for the people and places they love. A special evening of inspiration, music and learning.

A special VIP experience offers an exclusive opportunity to join community leaders from diverse sectors for an intimate reception with David Suzuki and select performers. You’ll also receive premium seating at the event, sustainable appetizers, alcoholic and or non-alcoholic beverages and an inside look at the movement that’s sweeping the nation and making positive change in your community.

Special guest:

Kinnie Starr
Sarah Harmer
The Fortunate Ones

Alternatives Podcast

A\J Heroes #3: Interviews with Elizabeth May and Tzeporah Berman

January 16, 2014
| Unlike the big-name environmental heroes of the last few decades, the people inspiring Elizabeth May and Tzeporah Berman today are largely unknown and without the backing of big NGOs.
Length: 52:00 minutes (47.63 MB)
Alternatives Podcast

A\J Heroes (39.6): The Suzuki family podcast

December 3, 2013
| On the heroes edition of the Alternatives Journal podcast: interviews with Dr. David Suzuki about his environmental heroes, and with Severn Cullis-Suzuki on the 20 years since Rio.
Length: 31:41 minutes (29.02 MB)
| November 3, 2013
Photo: flickr/mrfink
| July 11, 2013
David Suzuki (Photo by David P. Ball)
| October 18, 2012
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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.

| May 23, 2012
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