FREE screening of NFB Mediatheque!

FREE screening at the NFB Mediatheque which I thought your constituents would be interested in attending.


Green Screens is a FREE monthly screening series at the NFB Mediatheque which partners NFB films with experts and panellists selected by the Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy.


This month’s film is This Land, by Dianne Whelan, a documentary concerning seven Canadian and Inuit rangers and one documentary filmmaker (Whelan) who set out to cover more than 2,...

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PEAK OIL

PEAK OIL and your neighbourhood!


A film, a presentation and a discussion


Thursday, February 11th 7:00pm


Trinity-St.Paul's Church ♦ 427 Bloor St. West ♦one block west of Spadina station


For info: John Riddell, Annex Transition Initiative


jhriddell@sympatico.ca


Please feel free to print some of these handbills to give to people at work, school, talking to people on the bus, leave a few lying around at the...

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Georgetown South Project - Project Update

As 2009 comes to a close and we begin to look ahead to the New Year, we thought this would be an excellent opportunity to send an update on the status of Georgetown South project.


What’s New


Since our last email update, Metrolinx has received federal approval and provincial approval to proceed with the Georgetown South project as outlined in the Federal Screening Report and the provincial Environmental Project Report.


The Environmental Approvals enable Metrolinx to:...

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HUMBERCREST UNITED CHURCH (19 Baby Point Road) presents

HUMBERCREST UNITED CHURCH (19 Baby Point Road) presents


GUEST SPEAKER:
Dr. Tom Brydges,
Environmental Scientist


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2010
AT 12 NOON
in the Friendship Room
following the worship service.


- REFRESHMENTS -


All are welcome.


DIRT – The Movie

DIRT – The Movie


Thu, Jan 28, 6:30-8:30 PM (Reception at 6:30 PM, movie at 7 PM)


Bloor Cinema (506 Bloor St Wat Bathurst)


You can buy sprouts, vegetable earrings or memberships during the reception.
Advance tickets are available online (http://bit.ly/5mvEPT) and at the door on a sliding scale of $10-20 (fundraiser for FoodCycles).


DIRT! The Movie, tells the amazing and little known story of the relationship between...

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