November will see three very prominent speakers in the city.

News 100 yellowBy Staff

October 15th, 2017



There are going to be a surprising number of very prominent speakers in Burlington during the month of November.


Tomson Highway

Tomson Highway is being brought to the city by the Arts Council, that’s a citizen led group – at more than an arm’s length from city hall.

Moses Znaimer is being brought to the city as one of the Mayor’s Inspire series of speakers.

And Burlington Green is bringing David Suzuki in for a  day in November.

That is an impressive list of people – they will add much depth to the conversations that take place in this city.

Each of the sponsoring groups deserve credit for making this happen.

Znaimer Moses

Moses Znaimer

Moses Znaimer was the founder of the City TV network and one of the better thinkers this country has produced. He is a member of the Order of Canada and one of the people behind Much Music radio.

Znaimer, who has never been short of ideas, owns a commercial classical music radio station and is the founder of the Zoomer concept that caters to the interests and needs of the boomers who have become the Zoomers.

Znaimer will speak on the New Vision of Aging.


David Suzuki

David Suzuki, who is perhaps the best known environmentalist in this country and known around the world for his tireless efforts to educate a public about an environment that might not last.

Tomson Highway is a playwright, a musician and at times a very funny man.

All three are well worth your time.

Related articles:

Tomson Highway to speak in Burlington

David Suzuki will be at the Performing Arts Centre

Moses Znaimer to speak on Aging

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