Welcome to Episode 5 of This Week in London Tweets – THE WORLDS LONGEST SHOW
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We were thrilled to be joined by our in studio guest Kevin Labonte of the Ontario Green Party. twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/KevinLabonte
We start this episode by talking about @J0-MaMa or the amazing Jo-Anne Bishop and her new blog the Polyanna Papers
We have a discussion on the Ontario Leadership Debate – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZFdz0zrHXQ
We move on to talk about candidates who show up to local debates and our 2 cents on that and the fact the Toronto Sun does not endorse any of the political leaders – http://www.torontosun.com/2011/10/02/ontario-deserves-better
We talk about how positive Kevin Labonte has been very classy on the campaign trail – Deb Matthews calls him a class act
We talk about Sean’s work on getting the Liberal Candidates, Deb Matthews, Khalil Ramal, and Chris Bentley to sign theParents for Childrens Mental HealthPledge – Kevin Labonte also signs the pledge as well.
We talk about the important work that the London Food Bank does and the effect the election has on the Harvest of Hope food drive. Also we talk about the brave move by Glen Pearson and Jane Roy by putting the food bank on trail. Donate to the London food =bank not just once but twice or three times – London Food Bank
We then move on to talk about the new envisioning of the downtown that the city shared this week. We spend some time on the CETF work as well
We have Jason Clark come in with the London Short Film Showcase to announce the selection of films for the showcase and we talk about the history and the emergence of a very strong local film community.
We finish of the Responsible Citizens Drinking Responsibly – a new initiative created by Shawn Adamsson or @late2gmae –RCDR: Responsible Citizens Drinking Responsibly
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