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CONTRIBUTION · 16th June 2013
NW Against Enbridge
RESOLVED! THE ANSWER IS STILL NO!

NORTHWEST BC RALLIES LARGE AGAINST ENBRIDGE!

A large rally and protest are planned for June 16th and 17th when the Final Argument Hearings for the Enbridge Joint Review Process begin in Terrace.

Dancers, drummers and speakers will be coming to Terrace from across the Northwest to demonstrate unity in their opposition to the threat Enbridge poses to their communities, lands and waterways. The largest crowds are expected at the rally on Sunday June 16th with people travelling from as far south as Vancouver and as far east as Prince George.

The June 16th rally will meet at George Little Park, 4620 Park Ave, at 2:00pm where speakers including Art Sterritt, Executive Director, Coastal First Nations and Gerald Amos, Chair, Friends of Wild Salmon will present with live performances by Rachelle Van Zanten and the Gitlaxdax Nisga'a Dancers.

What: THE ANSWER IS STILL NO. RALLY AGAINST ENBRIDGE
When: Sunday June 16th, 2:00pm
Where: George Little Park, Kalum Street and Park Avenue

What: FINAL ARGUMENT HEARINGS PROTEST
When: Monday, June 17th, 4:00pm
Where: Best Western Terrace Inn, Kalum Street and Greig Avenue

These events will create an opportunity for the public to demonstrate OUR final argument to the JRP, as one does not exist within the process.

People from across the Northwest will be traveling to Terrace for these important demonstrations.

Please bring your friends, family and coworkers.

The main event and the largest crowds are expected on Sunday at George Little Park.

Guest speakers and artists from around the NW will be announced over the next week or so; updates will be provided on this event page.

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As many of you have heard, there has been an announcement by the provincial government to reject the Northern Gateway project as currently presented.

However, the Government of Canada has changed the way the final decision can be made.

The Conservative (Harper) government has changed laws so that any decision by the Joint Review Panel (JRP) can be over-ridden by the Cabinet.

We must maintain our resolve!

See you there!

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