You're invited to our 2012 Water Forum on Saturday, March 24 to celebrate World Water Day.
"Shared Water, Shared Legacy" reminds us that Toronto is part of the Great Lakes community and there's an increasing need to protect our shared Water Commons from pollution, exploitation and privatization. As bioregional citizens we must also not lose sight of the other groups and communities trying to protect the watersheds and aquifers that bring life to the region.
This annual, all-day event features presentations including,
- Attack on our Aquifers: Melancthon Megaquarry, Oakridges Moraine
- Our Great Lakes Commons
- Water as a Human Right
- A First Nations Perspective: Women's Roles and Responsibilities to Life and Water
- UnFluoridate It!
- Toronto City Water
- CETA & Water Privatization
Join us from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the United Steelworkers Hall (25 Cecil Street). Admission is $10 (or PWYC) and includes lunch & beverages. Please BYO mug. RSVP (appreciated) to email@example.com
Presented by the Council of Canadians Toronto Chapter.
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