The two high school students responsible for the "Our Future; student choice across Ontario" YouTube video will be heading to Queen's Park on Thursday, for a meeting with Ontario education minister Laurel Broten.
Their video, which has become a viral hit, rails against the law that bans junk food from vending machines and cafeterias in Ontario schools.
According to a story by CTV News, the video's producers - grade 12 students Samuel Battista and Brian Baah -will be introduced in the legislature Thursday and education minister Laurel Broten has expressed interest in meeting with them to discuss the issue.
"We felt like we have always been told what we can do, what we can't do. Where we can go, where we can't go," Battista told CTV's Canada AM on Wednesday.
"We are not saying we don't want a healthy lifestyle. We are saying keep the healthy alternatives. But to say we can't have gum, Gatorade and cupcakes is going too far.
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