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Colin Firth Receives Inaugural Green Business Leadership Award

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Colin Firth is about to get a serious eco honor! The well-known actor will receive the Inaugural Green Business Leadership Award at The Green Living Show in Toronto on Saturday, April 24, 2010.

As Ecorazzi has previously reported, both Colin and his wife Livia are totally obsessed with Mother Earth. Whether it’s dressing green, living green or running a green business, the Firth’s are always thinking about the planet.

According to their site, The Green Living Show is, “Toronto’s largest green consumer show dedicated to educating the public about easy and workable solutions for leading a sustainable lifestyle. Visitors can shop the wide variety of exhibitor booths while gathering information and inspiration from a diverse selection of demonstrations, presentations, and activities.” Sounds great to us!

The show will also welcome actress Amy Smart, Olympian Clara Hughes and television star John Bell.

So, are you a Canadian who wants to check out (or should we say ‘oot’) some cool green products and meet a few eco stars? You can…for free! Samsung Electronics Canada will provide free admission to anyone who brings e-waste to the event!  If you don’t have any scrap e-waste on you, tickets are just $12 and a portion of proceeds will be donated to the WWF.

To learn more and get your tickets, visit GreenLivingOnline.com!

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