Wow! A standing ovation, brisk book sales, strong cash donations and a lively question period – what more could one have asked from our Halifax screening of the Green Rights film last evening at Mount St. Vincent University?
The event was graciously hosted by MSVU President Ramona Lumpkin, and MC’d by Dr.
We’re launched on the tour! And it’s going beautifully.
We showed the Green Rights film at Acadia University in Wolfville on Monday and had a very warm reception. I did a little Facebook Livecast that morning – I intend to use FB Live often as the tour goes on.
Watch the Film
Please click here to view the film. (Members Only).
Please click here to view the 90 min Director’s Cut. (Members Only)
The right to breathe. The right to clean water. The right to wholesome food.
You spoke. We listened.
You told us overwhelmingly that you preferred the photo that showed me talking with Mi’kmaw canoe builder Todd Labrador, beside the Wildcat River. But some of you found the people lost in the background.
So we cropped it closer, clarified the text, and we’re using it as our thumbnail.
This is an article I wrote a few years ago for a publication issued by the National Union of Public and General Employees. I don’t think they’ll mind if I re-issue it several Labour Days later.
FIGHTING THE NEW FEUDALISM
by Silver Donald Cameron
We are the wealthiest people in the history of the world.
So who’s that? Canadian Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, speaking with Bill Casey, MP for Colchester-Cumberland, Nova Scotia — who is a big fan of the Green Rights project and The Green Interview.
And what are they talking about? Casey is presenting the Green Rights project to her, and strongly suggesting she attend the celebratory reception sponsored by the Speaker of the Senate on October 4 in his chambers.