We've just heard some good news from the October 24 organizing team up in Vancouver, Canada. Last October 24, Vancouver was home to one of the most stunning events, which spanned an entire city bridge. The local movement building has continued in exciting ways.

One upcoming event we wanted to highlight is taking place in tandem with the upcoming g8/g20 summit in Toronto. On June 20, local organizations and individuals are coming together for an Eat-in, which is an innovative event that highlights local food and food producers, and all that they bring to our communities. The day also coincides with car-free day, so it should be a very celebratory gathering.

One other exciting development – 350.org has been selected to participate in the Toronto People's Summit! The People's Summit is civil society's alternative "counter Summit" to the G8/G20 Summits happening in Toronto this June 25th-27th. Community organizers, activists, non-governmental organizations, independent media, workers, impacted communities, and artists are coming together to discuss issues like Global Justice, the Environment and Climate Change, Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Economic Justice and Building the Movement.

Over 100 civil society groups from around Canada and the world will offer workshops, skillshares, panels, plenaries, strategy sessions, art, performance, and plenty more. 350.org will be discussing climate justice along with Graham Saul from the Climate Action Network. Learn more and register for the summit at www.peoplessummit2010.ca!