Join the activists of the UberCulture Collective on a road trip to check out the effects of Wal-Marts on small towns and big cities across Canada.
Watch the evolution of how this film began!
In the Spring of 2004 Ezra Winton, Co-Director of the UberCulture Collective, decided to take a road trip and find out what was happening to Canadian towns once Wal-Mart moved in. Five other student activists, one journalist and two filmmakers joined him, and together they took the Wal-Town Project on the road.
Their goal?: to stop at one Wal-Mart a day, and to stage the occasional culture jam to inform the public about the corporate giant in their midst.
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