I’m pretty excited for this event:

Join us for a special Toronto screening of The Economics of Happiness at the William Doo Auditorium, New College, University of Toronto. The film will be preceded by a reception and exhibit of artwork by Sheridan College students entitled ‘Animating Good Food Ideas’. It will be followed by a panel discussion with producer Helena Norberg-Hodge, activist chef Joshna Maharaj and urban farmer Eric Rosenkrantz, moderated by author Wayne Roberts.

when: 5:30 pm – 9:00/9:30 pm, Monday, January 24th

5:30 – 7:00 pm – Animating Good Food Ideas, Exhibit and Reception

7:00 – Introduction to the film and screening

8:30 – Panel discussion

where: William Doo Auditorium, New College, University of Toronto; 45 Willcocks Street, in the basement of the New College Residence (Enter the William Doo Auditorium through the door at the Southeast corner of Willcocks Street & Spadina Avenue).

organizational partners: Sustain Ontario; New College (University of Toronto); Equity Studies (New College, University of Toronto); Office of Residence and Student Life (New College, University of Toronto); Hart House (University of Toronto); Hart House Social Justice Committee; FoodShare Toronto; Local Food Plus; Toronto Food Policy Council; The Stop Community Food Centre; Meal Exchange; and Sheridan College.

*** update: This event is free!


  1. Stock Market says:

    June 10th, 2011 at 8:21 pm (#)

    The Economics of Happiness is a wonderful film! I’d recommend it to all 😉 Thanks for the great post and thanks for hosting this wonderful event back in january 🙂

    Mary Ann

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