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David Suzuki given Vancouver city honour reserved for few

David Suzuki accepted an honour from the City of Vancouver.

Mayor Gregor Robertson praised environmentalist author's work and 'loud, true' voice

David Suzuki accepted an honour from the City of Vancouver.

Mayor Gregor Robertson and city council granted Suzuki Freedom of the City for his years of environmental work.

The award dates back to 1936 and is granted only in exceptional cases to individuals of the highest merit.

Robertson says Suzuki has touched the lives of countless communities and people across Canada, and his voice continues to ring loud and true.


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