Thanks to the following Toronto’s tips for planning ahead, getting there and getting around Scotiabank Nuit Blanche – from sunset at 6:59 p.m. on Saturday, October 1 to sunrise on Sunday, October 2 – you can make this contemporary art affair an unforgettable “Wow, What a Night!” celebration:
As a prelude to Scotiabank Nuit Blanche – Toronto’s annual FREE all-night celebration of contemporary art – the following Nuit Talks will be presented as a series of FREE, themed talks, candid discussion and contemplation of contemporary art and its interactive role with technology as well as social/political protest:
Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak announced on May 10 that if elected in October he will end the feed-in-tariff (FIT) program and scrap the $7-billion Samsung green energy deal. This announcement has serious consequences.
In just two years Ontario’s Green Energy Act and FIT program have generated thousands of clean tech jobs, and have employed thousands of construction and tradesworkers. The Act and FIT programs are helping Ontario get its struggling economy back on track, and making Ontario a world leader in one of the fastest growing industries globally – clean tech development.
Any mention of undermining the mechanism that is generating this level of activity causes economic uncertainty. Take action!