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TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: David Suzuki Foundation gala with Ed Begley Jr. and Russell Peters

TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: David Suzuki Foundation gala with Ed Begley Jr. and Russell Peters
Comedian Russell Peters was the co-host of the fundraising gala for the David Suzuki Foundation at the Four Seasons Hotel (Image: Karon Liu)

Friday’s sold-out, thousand-dollar-per-head charity fundraiser for the David Suzuki Foundation brought out an environmentalist mix of athletes and actors to the green carpet on the second floor of the Four Seasons.

We got to exchange jabs with the night’s co-host Russell Peters—who was in town for just one night—and listen to Ed Begley Jr. go on about collecting rainwater. Susur Lee was also on hand, as he was one of the event’s chefs.

Below, our photo gallery of the event.

TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: David Suzuki Foundation gala with Ed Begley Jr. and Russell Peters
NHL defenceman Andrew Ference, actor Ed Begley Jr. and Russell Peters at the David Suzuki Foundation's fundraising gala at the Four Seasons Hotel (Image: Karon Liu)
TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: David Suzuki Foundation gala with Ed Begley Jr. and Russell Peters
TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: David Suzuki Foundation gala with Ed Begley Jr. and Russell Peters
TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: David Suzuki Foundation gala with Ed Begley Jr. and Russell Peters
TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: David Suzuki Foundation gala with Ed Begley Jr. and Russell Peters
TIFF PHOTO GALLERY: David Suzuki Foundation gala with Ed Begley Jr. and Russell Peters

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