TORONTO, Oct. 27 /CNW/ - He set a Canadian record for 18 hours in space
walks during his last mission. He is the first Canadian to be both an
astronaut and aquanaut. Now Dr. Dave Williams brings his views on smart
risk-taking - along with some remarkable video from space - to SMARTRISK's
third annual Evening to Make a Difference at Toronto's Carlu on Oct. 30.
As keynote speaker, Dr. Williams will talk about "taking risks, not
chances" in space and how NASA's approach to risk management parallels
SMARTRISK's approach to protecting Canada's youth. Dr. Williams will also
provide spectacular pictures and video of his space expedition. SMARTRISK
(www.smartrisk.ca) is a national, charitable organization dedicated to
preventing injury with smart thinking. Injury is the leading killer of
Canadians aged 1-44.
Thursday, Oct. 30, The Carlu, inside College Park, 444 Yonge St.,
6 - 6:30 p.m. - Jazz, cocktails, hors d'oeuvres.
6:30 - 8 p.m. - Updates on SMARTRISK's youth programs from CEO Bob Baker;
Keynote, Dr. Dave Williams; and a moving presentation
from Ned Levitt, SMARTRISK Champion and father who lost a
beloved teenage daughter to injury.
8 - 8:30 p.m. - Mingle with refreshments.
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For further information: To RSVP, or to arrange interviews, contact
Kathy Blair at (416) 596-2715 or firstname.lastname@example.org