Charles Sauriol Environmental Dinner for The Living City

 

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The Charles Sauriol Environmental Dinner is an annual event celebrating the great conservationist and visionary

The dinner, to be held on Thursday, November 3 in Brampton, not only aims to raise funds to protect environmentally significant lands, but also to raise awareness of just how important conservation is.

Where: Pearson Convention Center, 2638 Steeles Avenue East, Brampton
When: Reception starts at 6pm, Dinner at 7pm
Featuring a Live and Silent Auction!

This year’s keynote speaker, Chef Michael Smith, and special guest Emmanuel Belliveau, will each bring their vision and passion to inspire fellow conservationists.

To date supporters have together raised $900,000 and more than 10,000 people have attended past dinners. This has enabled the Conservation Foundation of Greater Toronto and The Oak Ridges Moraine Land Trust

to save thousands of acres of land, ensuring that future generations will enjoy clean water and air.