Clapping fans enjoying a reading

For the past 26 years, The Word On The Street has been renowned for the quality and diversity of its event programming. See the lineup of incredible Canadian literary talent at the 27th festival on September 25, 2016.

Alternatives Journal has been exhibiting at Word On The Street for many years - and we're excited about this year's event! We'll be on-site at Harbourfront Centre right by the lake from 11AM until 6PM. If you would like to experience Word On The Street by volunteering at the A\J booth at the Exhibitor Marketplace, please drop a quick note to david@alternativesjournal.ca

We're also participating in the literary discussions that make up such an important part of Word On The Street. 

Living the Greener Life: Lessons From Environmental Publishers

12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

We all know that we should be doing more to live a greener and more environmentally-supportive lifestyle, but most of us aren’t sure how. We’ve made some big climate promises as a country, and now we’re all going to need to take active steps to lighten our carbon footprint and embrace more sustainable products and solutions.

Join Tim Grant (Green Teacher), Glenn Laycock (Warren’s Waterless Printing), David McConnachie (Alternatives Journal), and Sam Stedman (Eco Parent) to learn how to live a greener life. Topics to be covered run the cradle to the grave: everything from greening your baby’s nursery through to how to have a truly natural burial….and everything in-between.

 

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