The sudden passing of
Tooker Gomberg leaves
us all saddened and contemplative.
One of Canada's most daring and
courageous political figures, Tooker
was a friend, co-conspirator and
guiding light to so many of us.
A selfless trailblazer, Tooker's
absence will be felt in the
environmental, labour,
social justice, human rights,
arts, and music communities
in Canada and around the world.

We invite you to join in reflection,
mourning and celebration of such an
exemplary writer, activist, politician,
videographer, public speaker and
advocate for a better world.


The Tour

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April 3 - June 21, 2006

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depression expression tabloid link

Depression Expression: raising questions about antidepressants

This 20 page newspaper is designed to be printed on 11 x 17 paper.

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Healthy Mind, Body, Planet
A Multi-Media Tour, Tabloid and Documentary
With Greenspiration.org and boilingfrog.ca
April 3 - June 21, 2006

Healthy Mind, Body, Planet is a cross-Canada multi-media tour,
tabloid and documentary celebrating the most current information,
analysis and inspiration related to mental, physical and planetary
health. We will look at the reasons for the recent rise in
depression, and at the myriad of treatments available, including
pharmaceutical and holistic, within the context of Big-Pharma and
corporate culture.

We will honor the late Tooker Gomberg by concentrating on the role
that mental illness and associated treatments played in his tragic
death, and provide comprehensive information on sustainable activism
as well as complementary and alternative treatments to sound mental
health.

This presentation is a multi-media kaleidoscope of images, sounds,
and stories critiquing our current state and offering direction for
positive change. Participants will walk away motivated to influence
their world with greater awareness and tools.

The tour presentations will be complemented by a newspaper tabloid,
websites, podcast/blogs (written, audio and video), and a video
documentary.

 

Tour Dates and Destinations:

April 3 - Elsipogtog First Nation (Big Cove) NB
• 1:00 pm
• Health and Healing Centre, Healing Lodge
• 205 - 2 Big Cove Rd.
• Elsipogtog First Nation

April 4 - Fredricton, NB
• 7 pm
• Underground Cafe
• 740 Charlotte St.

April 6 - Halifax, NS
• 7 pm
• Dalhousie Student Union Building
• 6136 University Ave.
• 902-494-6662

April 10 - Montreal, QC
• 7 pm
• Alternatives, 2nd floor
• 3720 Parc Ave.

April 12 - Killaloe, ON
• 7pm
• Killaloe Seniors Friendship Centre
• 12 Lake St.

April 13 - Ottawa, ON
• 7 pm
• The Bronson Centre, Mac Hall
• 211 Bronson Ave.

April 18 - Kingston, ON
• 7 pm
• Mackintosh-Corry Lecture Theatre
• Room B201
• Queens University

April 19 - Peterborough, ON
• 7 pm
• Sadlier House
• 751 George St. N.

April 20 - Toronto, ON
• 7 p.m.
• Earth Sciences Centre, U of T
• 5 Bancroft St. (between Spadina and Huron)

April 22 - Kimbercote Farm, ON
• 7 pm
• Kimbercote Farm (Beaver Valley)
• www.kimbercote.org
• 1-888-862-3588

April 24 - Windsor, ON
• 7 pm
• Vanier Hall, Katzman Lounge
• University of Windsor
• Wyandotte St. and Huron Church Rd.
• 519-253-3000 (ext. 3871)

April 26 - Guelph, ON
• 7 pm
• Old Quebec Street (map)
• the community room
• 55 Wyndham St. N.

April 27 - Kitchener-Waterloo, ON
• 6 pm
• Kitchener Public Library
• Schneider Room
• 85 Queen St. N.

April 28 - Hamilton, ON
• 7 pm
• Skydragon Centre
• 27 King William St.
• 905-777-8102

May 10 - Sioux Lookout, ON
• 7 pm
• St. Andrews United Church

May 12 - Winnipeg, MN
• 7 pm
• University of Winnipeg (map)
• Manitoba Hall, room 2M70
• 515 Portage Ave.

May 16 - Saskatoon, SK
• 7 pm
• Frances Morrison Library
• 311 - 23 St. E.
(map)

May 23 - Jasper, AB
• 7 pm
• Jasper Junior/Senior High School Library
• 301 Pyramid Ave.
(map)

May 30 - Victoria, BC
• 7:00 pm
• Dreamspace (map)
• 751 Discovery St.
• 250-953-1005

June 1 - Roberts Creek, BC
• 7:00 pm
• Gumboot Cafe
(map)

June 5 - Vancouver, BC
• 7:00 pm
• SFU Harbour Centre, room 1900
• 515 West Hastings
(map)

June 15 - Calgary, AB
• 7:00 pm
• Kahanoff Centre (map)
• 1202 Centre Street S.E.

June 20 - Edmonton, AB
• 7:00 pm
• Stanley A. Milner Library, Theatre
• 7 Sir Winston Churchill Square
(map)

June 21 - Sherwood Park, AB
• 7:00 pm
• OLPH Church, Meeting Room
• 13 Brower Drive

 

Video Documentary:
A broadcast-quality, 50-minute video will be
produced of the tour, with interviews of Canada's most credible
critics of the drug industry.

 

How you can help:
- Invite us into your community or group
- Funding: This is grassroots, please donate $.
- Volunteers: Help on the ground or promote our tour to your contact
lists.
- Referrals: Connect us with community groups for sponsorship
during our visits.
- Letters of Support: Groups and individuals are invited to endorse
our project.
• See our list of endorsers here.

 

Project Contacts:

Angela Bischoff, www.Greenspiration.org
healthymind(at)web.ca • ph: 780•918•1170
92 Manor Drive, Sherwood Park, AB. T8A 2J1

Kelly Reinhardt, www.boilingfrog.ca
kelly(at)boilingfrog.ca

 

Thanks for your support!

 

Special thanks to our national sponsors
national sponsors