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Wannabe Toxic Free T.O.    Mon Mar 20, 2017, Toronto, ON

O-M-G, this affects my health. I #WannaBeToxicFree! Come to Women’s Healthy Environments Network #WannaBeToxicFree monthly event featuring different engaging speakers who highlight the links between our health and the environment.

We will get down to the naked truth about the toxic chemicals we encounter in our daily lives, and what actions we can take to reduce exposure. This event is for 1) people who do not accept status quo and 2) people who believe that our actions can make the world a healthier place.

Why Come?

Experience A-HA moments - new ideas, new perspectives, and new thoughts!
Meet old and new friends who get you!
Enjoy free delicious food (with a small environmental footprint, of course) - remember to bring your own glass/water bottle for drinks!

RSVP ON OUR MEETUP PAGE: https://www.meetup.com/WannabeToxicFree/events/237117539/

We are VERY excited to announce our March 20th speakers from the following organizations:

- York Region Public Health
- Nature's Tale
- Fashion Takes Action

Entrance:

Pay what it's worth to help us keep our important work going.
$10 (suggested donation) will get you a cool WTF button
$25 will get you a button and a WTF t-shirt!

Agenda:

6:00pm - 6:30pm - Doors Open, Networking
6:30pm - 6:45pm - Introductions & Community Announcements
6:45pm - 8:00pm - Talks
8:00pm - 9:00pm - Networking

About WTF

WannabeToxicFreeTO is a monthly event with four featured speakers delivering TED-style talks (15 min presentations) to inspire people to take action to make changes in their homes, workplaces, and communities.

Each event includes engaging speakers from different sectors so the topics vary -- we do this to keep you on your toes!

WTF is a project of the Women’s Healthy Environments Network

Sponsorship

Thank you to our sponsor CertClean, Canada's only and North America's largest certification for safer skincare, screens beauty and personal care products for known harmful ingredients. Look for products bearing the CertClean mark to easily discover products free from harmful crap today.

Thank you to our sponsor Toxic Trespass, a compelling film on children's health and the environment. This film is a co-production of If You Love Our Children Productions and the National Film Board of Canada , with the support of Women's Healthy Environments Network (WHEN) .

 
 

For more information:

Contact Name: Candice White
Website: http://www.womenshealthyenvironments.ca/
E-mail: events (at) womenshealthyenvironments.ca

Additional Contacts & Websites:

https://www.meetup.com/WannabeToxicFree/events/237117539/

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