Richard Branson gives Toronto props for its shark fin ban
A note to the business owners and city councillors concerned about the legal, cultural and ethical implications of the city’s recent ban on shark fin: Virgin Group chairman Richard Branson says it’s cool. The professional rich person and global do-gooder has endorsed Toronto’s prohibition of the product, and he wants the federal government to follow suit by banning the importation of shark fin, according to Tribute.ca. Branson says he became interested in the plight of sharks after watching Sharkwater—you know, that documentary made by “David Suzuki with a six-pack,” a.k.a. activist filmmaker Rob Stewart. Perhaps next Branson could weigh in on other vexing questions plaguing our city, like how much to tip for a fancy, $14 cocktail. Read the entire story [Tribute.ca] »
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Go richard Branson and Rob for doing Sharkwater. canada should ban all shark products. who needs soup? and how much do you tip for a $14 coctail?
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