Toronto (May 31, 2017)

The Walrus Talks

Toronto (May 31, 2017)

The Walrus Talks Conversations About Canada : We Desire a Better Country

The Walrus Foundation, in partnership with the Order of Canada and Canada 150, host a national tour focusing on the future of the country. The tour visits each province and territory over a three-month period, and features 50 Order of Canada recipients and 50 youth leaders.

The Walrus Talks stops in Toronto for the tour’s finale. Featuring: Margaret Atwood (writer, poet, and environmental activist), Wendell Adjetey (Trudeau Scholar), Geoff Green (founder and president of Students on Ice Foundation), Menaka Thakkar (dancer, choreographer, and teacher), Carl Bray (pianist and composer), Gabrielle Moser (writer, educator, curator, and photography historian), and Tom Jackson (actor, singer, and activist). Governor General David Johnston delivers opening remarks.

Hear from extraordinary Canadians as they talk about the country and share their visions for the future.