Introducing David Suzuki's Blue Dot Tour | Notes from the Panther Lounge | David Suzuki Foundation
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David says this is the most important thing he’s ever done, and it all starts with you.

The David Suzuki Foundation is excited to launch the Blue Dot Tour, a cross-country journey to support a simple yet powerful idea: that all Canadians should have the right to drink clean water, breathe fresh air and eat healthy food.

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Right now, more than 110 nations around the world recognize their citizens' right to live in a healthy environment, but not Canada. Together, we can change that.

From September 24 to November 9 the Blue Dot Tour will visit 20 communities across Canada. It will feature David Suzuki and a star-studded lineup of performers, artists and leaders who are standing together to see every Canadian's right to live in a healthy environment legally recognized.

Many Canadians icons will be joining the tour, including:

Margaret Atwood
Robert Bateman
Barenaked Ladies
Bruce Cockburn
Jim Cuddy from Blue Rodeo
Cris Derksen
Feist
Jeremy Fisher
Grimes
Emily Haines from Metric
Jenn Grant
Greg Keelor from Blue Rodeo
Chantal Kreviazuk
Shane Koyczan
Stephen Lewis
Raine Maida
Joel Plaskett
Joe MacInnis
Jimmy Shaw from Metric
Kinnie Starr
Raffi
Royal Wood
Neil Young

To purchase tickets visit the Blue Dot website.

Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime event. David Suzuki says it's the most important thing he has ever done.

Will you join us?

Visit www.bluedot.ca today for dates, lineups, tickets and VIP experience packages.

July 24, 2014
http://www.davidsuzuki.org/blogs/panther-lounge/2014/07/introducing-david-suzukis-blue-dot-tour/

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Jul 28, 2014
11:45 AM

This is a very concrete and important step to get education and action across Canada. I am wearing a blue dot on my forehead in solidarity.

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