By Rachelle Delaney, Editorial Production Coordinator

At long last, Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie, is out on DVD! Winner of the People's Choice Documentary Award at the 2010 TIFF, Force of Nature offers a glimpse into the events that shaped Suzuki's life and career. Plus, the DVD contains a special short film called It Takes a Family, which will take you behind the scenes at the David Suzuki Foundation.Watch It Takes a Family: The David Suzuki Foundation

Look for Force of Nature at your local video retailer, or find it online at iTunes, Amazon, or Chapters.

August 29, 2011

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Dec 29, 2011
7:14 PM

I cried for the first 15 minutes of this movie. I was glad to get that out of the way ….. but I have honestly never been so moved by a film in my life. I was weeping at the end of it as well. I am 56 and have watched many moving films. I am so proud to be a Canadian — so proud of David Suzuki and his beautiful wife(s) and children. I only wish there was more I could do on his behalf. This is a must see film for all of our Canadian children.

Sep 25, 2011
11:33 PM

This was such an inspiration, you made me re-look at everything in nature with more passion then I already had. Thank You so much :D

Sep 01, 2011
11:07 AM

For too long people have been ignoring and denying the truth. It makes no sense to me as the longer you let a problem sit, the worse it gets. Sure we are taking a step in the right direction with all these deadlines and what have you but those are years ahead, it shouldn't have to take so long for change.

Aug 31, 2011
2:24 PM

@ Nola, thanks so much for your words of support. We really appreciate your taking the time to contact us.

@ Wendy … we don't have a list containing the wrongs of chemical companies but we have tons of resources listed on our website about toxic chemicals. Please check out Hope this helps.

Aug 31, 2011
11:13 AM

So many people working toward greener living, and in our midst are current policies that do harm Tha combination of snoozing politicians in a bedroom community with uninvolved citizens, The incinerator received approval in Clarington Ontaio by Durham Regional Council The shovels have hit the ground and it is to start in 2014 Science tells us that particulate matter can not be filtered and The Phyisians For Social Resonsibility tell of the many dangers of incineration on their web site Seizing this oportunity, Covanta will build the first incinerator in North America since 1995 People react viscorally when it comes to garbage and having to deal with what we make! .check out

Aug 30, 2011
3:05 PM

I would like to thank David for his many years of wisdom and direction. I wish and pray that people listen and heed his advice.

Aug 30, 2011
2:04 PM

What material do you recommend that lists the wrongs of chemical companies?

Thank you for being of those that know we have to care.

Being a nuturitionist I am always saying "take care of your body because it is the only place you have to live" But we also need to take of care of our planet for the very same reason. Let us keep the voice alive. Bad things happen when good people remain silent.

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