Local MPP McMahon to host free screening of What You Won’t Do For Love at the Fox Theatre on Earth Day

Beaches-East York MPP Mary-Margaret McMahon will host a free screening of the movie What You Won’t Do For Love at the Fox Theatre in the Beach on Earth Day.

Beaches-East York MPP Mary-Margaret McMahon is hosting a free screening of the movie What You Won’t Do For Love at the Fox Theatre in the Beach on Earth Day, which is on Saturday, April 22.

The movie examines our relationship with the earth and reveals the deep love that environmentalists David Suzuki and partner Tara Cullis share.

A Liberal MPP who was first elected to Queen’s Park in the June 2022 Ontario election, McMahon has made climate change and the environment among the issues she champions in the provincial legislature.

The movie will be screened from 10 a.m. to noon on April 22. Admission is free, but those planning to attend are being asked to register in advance at https://mmmbey.com/earthdayfilm/

The Fox Theatre is located at 2236 Queen St. E.

In her newsletter this month, McMahon wrote about the many ways local residents can help the environment and celebrate Earth Day.

“April is Earth Month – a time to raise our environmental awareness and take steps to combat climate change,” wrote McMahon.

“There are many things we can do, big and small, to take action during this time of crisis.”

In addition to watching the film What You Won’t Do For Love and/or helping at one of the various clean ups happening in Beaches-East York, McMahon suggested a number other ways to mark Earth Month in April including:

  • Watch documentaries about the Earth.
  • Listen to podcasts about the environment.
  • Read books about protecting the planet.
  • Read good news about the environment.
  • Tend to your local community garden.
  • Clean up litter in your community.
  • Restore nature in your area.

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