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Suzuki: Seafood, Sustainability and Science


Are you a seafood lover? Want to know where your sushi comes from? Want to learn about our eating habits and how they can affect sustainability of fish resources?

On Wednesday evening, internationally acclaimed, and award-winning environmentalist and scientist Dr. David Suzuki will be in Toronto. He'll be joined in an interactive discussion by world-renown sustainable seafood expert Dr. Ransom Myers and popular Food Network TV chef Christine Cushing. This sounds far too interesting to miss!

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More information on this exciting event is available on the David Suzuki Foundation web site.

Here are the event details:

Time: Wed. May 31st, 8-9:30 pm
Location: Theatre Digital, 555 Mt. Pleasant Road, Toronto
Admission: adults $15/children $10, available through Ticketmaster.

Photo of David Suzuki courtesy of The David Suzuki Foundation web site.


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