Groundswell at the University of Victoria once again!

Filmmaker Chris Malloy about to get a beer coloured tube.  Photo Credit: Dean Azim
Filmmaker Chris Malloy about to get a beer coloured tube. Photo Credit: Dean Azim

For those of you who missed us the first time around, Groundswell is screening at the University of Victoria this week as part of the two week long IdeaFest hosted by the Office of Vice-Presidents Research at UVic.  After the 25-minute film, a panel of Geography and ES scholars and a leader from the Heiltsuk Nation will discuss the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway project, providing a current perspective from academia and indigenous leadership.

Where: University of Victoria in the Harry Hickman Building HHB B105

When: This Frida,y March 15 at 7:00pm – 9:00pm

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