Written By Guest Writer Causes / Folks / Winemaker Dinners Nov 2, 2011 Have Dinner with David Suzuki SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestNovember 2, 2011. Vancouver, BC. On Thursday, November 10th, C Restaurant is throwing a dinner hosted by sustainability titan David Suzuki. The evening is a fundraiser for the David Suzuki Foundation and C’s burgeoning not-for-profit, the C Blue Foundation, a grassroots initiative by Harry Kambolis and Chef Robert Clark to raise essential funds to protect lakes, rivers, streams, beaches and oceans.The David Suzuki Foundation and C Restaurant collaboration has netted an exceptional partner, the Lake Babine First Nation. Back when Rome was a mere village, the Lake Babine people operated traditional salmon weirs on their lake and river, sustainably harvesting hundreds of thousands of sockeye a year. Tragically, their traditional fishery was extinguished in 1906 by the Canadian government. It devastated an entire way of life. This past summer, the Nation partnered with the Skeena Wild Conservation Trust, Raincoast Trading of Vancouver, and RiverWild Seafoods of Terrace to recreate their traditional sustainable fishery.All Lake Babine Nation sockeye are selectively harvested. The fishery targets the one abundant sockeye stock on the Skeena, avoiding the numerous genetically distinct Skeena salmon stocks that remain depressed. Chef Lee’s menu will feature the Nation’s sockeye prominently.“We are honoured to serve the salmon caught with great care and pride by the Lake Babine Nation,” says Kambolis. “The rebirth of their fishery is monumental and their story and achievements are synergistic with the mandate and dreams of our new foundation.”Also a featured player at the dinner: Summerhill Pyramid Winery. Ezra Cipes of the Kelowna winery and C sommelier Kim Cyr will compose the wine pairings to complement Chef Lee’s menu. About 80% of the total grapes used in Summerhill’s production are certified organic, and the rest are in a transitional organic status on their way to being certified.To reserve your seat at this multi-course dinner with wine pairings, please telephone the restaurant at 604-681-1164 or email email@example.com with “Suzuki” in the subject line. Dinner with David Suzuki, a fundraiser for the DSF and C Blue C Restaurant, 1600 Howe Street, south of Beach Ave. Thursday, November 10th, cocktail and canapé hour starts at 6:00pm $250 per person November 1st, 2011C RestaurantFundraisersuzuki SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Guest Writer We get many people writing guest articles for us, as well as past contributors. This is the Guest ... Read More You may also like Causes / Wine Events / Wine News November 13, 2020 Belfry’s Crush Fine Wine Auction Goes Online November 30 to December 6 Staff, volunteers and board members from Victoria’s Belfry Theatre have been raiding some of Victoria’s best wine cellars to find rare and ... Read More Causes / Chefs / Events / Victoria August 30, 2019 Mary Ploegsma—The Tattoo Series I It was an unforgettable afternoon. Mary Ploegsma served us David’s Tea’s vanilla chai with sweet local strawberries and chocolate biscuits. The ... Read More Causes / Chefs / Events / Food Heroes / Sustainability August 30, 2019 An Evening with Chef Ned Bell and Ocean Wise On August 20, 2019, Ocean Wise and Eagle Wing Whale and Wildlife Watching Tours teamed up to present the first in a series of speaker events in ... Read More Causes / Events / Victoria July 20, 2019 Everyone Belongs in Nature – An Evening with Power To Be July 12th marked the evening of Power To Be’s very first Nature Gala (formerly known as Power to Golf) – a fundraising event full of wonderful ... Read More Causes / Food News / Interesting Locals March 24, 2019 Stillmeadow Farm Presentation to Tom Henry from ICC and Slow Food Vancouver Island Stillmeadow Farm Presentation to Tom Henry from ICC and Slow Food Vancouver Island Present in photo from left to right: Steve Walker-Duncan – ... Read More Causes / Events January 25, 2019 Blue Monday Pop-Up Bar – 100 Proof Blues January can be tough around these parts. In fact, it has come to be so globally known as such, that the third Monday of each January has ... Read More Comments are closed.