The Green Living Show
Toronto's Premier Green Event Renews
For three days in April, Toronto plays host to the Green Living Show, North America’s largest consumer show dedicated to workable solutions for leading a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. This event offers inspiration for all ages and features influential speakers, innovative products, educational demonstrations and fun activities for the entire family.
For years the show has brought the best in thought leadership, innovation and product offerings to over 35,000 people via the 400+ exhibitors. This year there are several NEW features including an expanded Health, Fitness and Lifestyle Pavilion. Get the latest information about toxins, explore a myriad of diet and nutrition solutions, participate in a yoga class, and let your spirit soar to exotic locations from travel exhibitors with a social purpose.
“The show is the central place to be inspired to live a healthier sustainable life,” says Robert Orlovski, Show Director. “Enjoy a locally sourced meal from a leading chef, test drive a hybrid car, shop for the latest green products, and take away the most up to date info on subjects from toxins in our environment to solar energy and clean capitalism. It all happens under one roof, and offers something for everyone.”
Other New Features Include:
The Ontario Culinary Adventure: A taste adventure awaits as chefs from across Ontario team up with local farmers, distillers, brewers and vintners to showcase the best of Ontario food and beverage. Learn why culinary tourism is good for your health, the environment and the economy.
The Eco-Parent Village: Using a “how-to” approach, experts will offer presentations, workshops and demos, for parents who want to build a better world–one kid at a time. Shop from hundreds of products that make it easier to be an eco-parent.
- The Fresh Water Pavilion: The “A River Runs Through It” exhibit is a 100 square foot museum feature, which will take visitors on an uncommon journey where they will explore the river above and underwater life below.
Also, the show will feature several acclaimed speakers including:
Rob Stewart, acclaimed filmmaker/director Revolution and Sharkwater, uncovers the truth and finds the secret to saving the ecosystems we depend on for survival.
- Celine Cousteau, Documentary Filmmaker and granddaughter of Jacques Cousteau, explores social, cultural and environmental issues through the human relationship to the natural world.
Where: Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place, Toronto
When: Friday, April 12 – Sunday, April 14
Admission: Free admission with a donation of e-waste, courtesy of Samsung Canada.