0:00 - 1:43 - Introduction by Boo Watson, tour supporter and member of Toronto's Air Apparent
1:43 - 8:54 - Angela, Bridget and Kelly, talking it out in the production studio after a long day preparing presentations, organizing venues, producing tabloids, and networking with amazing activists and supporting organizations across the country.
8:55 - 10:00 last verse of 'Learn the Game' by KW Davis, a talented and friendly singer songwriter south of the 49th.
Stay tuned for regular HMBP podcasts from across Canada, sharing our adventures and introducing you to fabulous people along the way, including some of Canada's leading pharmacuetical drug critics.
Watch our videos -
Trailer - Healthy Mind Body Planet
Introducing boilingfrog’s presentation on the Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour, April 3 - June 20, 2006.
What have drug companies accomplished? Why are alternatives inaccessible?
'ALL ABOARD! the HMBP Tour departs here'
On April 1, 2006 the Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour begins at Union (yoga) Station in Toronto, Canada. By train and car we aim for Halifax, Nova Scotia.
In Halifax, the Healthy Mind Body Planet Tour spends time on the bridge where Tooker breathed his last, and visit with the Justice Ministers staff and the Chief Medical Examiner calling for an inquiry into his death.
and while you're at rabble (one of two HMBP national tour sponsors), please check out some of boilingfrog's other works.
on rabblevision watch for Take the Tooker and Asking for Solutions ,
and on the rabble podcast network listen for Reclaiming Independence
and these other tour podcasts
Friends of Tooker, Halifax
Critical Dialogue with Dr. Michele Brill-Edwards
Fredericton 2: up close in the Underground
Fredericton: Stories from the Underground
Critical Dialogue with Dr. David Zitner
WARNING: There may be drugs in your food.
Elsipogtog Speaks Out
Visit Greenspiration!, for more tour info and blog updates, and please tell your friends we're coming to town!
when you're done here, please visit the other national HMBP Tour sponsor, Canadian Dimension, you're guaranteed to find it complimentary.
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