March Against Monsanto Toronto @ Dundas Sq, Toronto, ON M5B, Canada, Toronto [20 May]

March Against Monsanto Toronto


817
20
May
11:00 - 13:00

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Dundas Sq, Toronto, ON M5B, Canada
This year's march will be a milestone for the anti-Monsanto movement as we take to the streets for the 5th time for the annual MARCH AGAINST MONSANTO spring march.

Monsanto impacts our lives in many ways, from food and medicine to their role in the production of dangerous chemicals used in war conflicts.

We must educate our communities on the horrors this unethical corporation continues to inflict on the environment and human health.

This year, we ask that you make signs with YOUR REASON FOR MARCHING on it. While there are too many reasons to stand up and attend this demonstration, we all have one or two that are personal or we feel connected to...whether it be a loved one inflicted with glyphosate-related FOOD ALLERGIES or CANCER, your concern for our endangered POLLINATORS, or your refusal to allow the CHEM CARTEL to monopolize our food system...we want to know! (If you're not sure, click on the event cover photo for some ideas.)

The route map is below — We'll gather in Dundas Square and then march north on Yonge Street to Bloor, and west on Bloor Street to Christie Pits Park, where the TORONTO NON-GMO COALITION and DAVID SUZUKI FOUNDATION will present
«Celebrate FARM TO FORK: Toronto's 4th annual GMO-Free / Organic Festival!»🌱🍅
FESTIVAL INFO: nonGMO.to

Mark your calendars! Make your signs! Spread the word and March With Us on Saturday, May 20th!!!
Discussion
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Karen Haberman
Democracy is dead if we are not able to choose the food we eat because information is withheld.  We are being treated like lab rats for the sake of big corporate greed which seems to control our government.  What is the difference between this and 'alternate truths'???
Without labelling — democracy is dead!!!
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