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Oil Free Coast. Tankers & Pipelines: Preserving and Protecting our Coast

Event Details

Oil Free Coast.  Tankers & Pipelines: Preserving and Protecting our Coast

Time: January 22, 2012 from 1pm to 5pm
Location: Roundhouse Community Centre, Theatre
Street: 181 Roundhouse Mews, Corner of Davie/Pacific
City/Town: Vancouver, BC
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Phone: (604) 608-0384
Event Neighbourhood and Type: vancouver, wide
Organized By: Leslie
Latest Activity: Jan 22, 2012

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Event Description

You’re invited to a panel discussion about tankers and pipelines and how we can preserve and protect our beautiful coast.

This will be a unique opportunity to talk with First Nations and environmental groups about what oil tankers on our coast will mean to us all.  There will be ten environmental groups with information tables as well as the panel, so people will have an opportunity to look at information from many sources. 

We hope people will come, learn, talk and discuss this important issue. 

It’s a free event and everyone is welcome.


- Art Sterritt, Executive Director, Coastal First Nations

- Rex Weyler, Tanker Free BC, Author, Co-founder of Greenpeace

- Nathan Cullen: former NDP Environment & Natural Resources Critic, Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP, NDP Leadership Candidate


Leslie Kemp, Coordinator Sustainable Communities Program, Langara College


Ta’Kaiya Blaney, Tla’Amin Environmental Singer Songwriter


1 pm     Doors Open: Information tables (environmental groups), Tea/coffee/juice

1:30      Performance by Ta’Kaiya Blaney, Tla’Amin

2-4       Panel discussion:

First Nations Blessing, Audrey Fisher, Squamish Elder

Presentations by Art Sterritt, Nathan Cullen and Rex Weyler

Questions and discussion with audience (3-4)

4-5       Information tables (environmental groups), refreshments, informal discussion


Coastal First Nations

Nathan Cullen, Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP, NDP Leadership Candidate


Free childcare, refreshments, wheelchair accessible, ASL Sign Language Interpreters

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