City pulls permit for anti-pipeline art show

BY SHERRI ZICKEFOOSE, CALGARY HERALD APRIL 17, 2013
An anti-oil pipeline art show is being sent packing from City Hall’s atrium after officials yanked the group’s permit over price tags and politics.

Even though Raincoast Conservation Foundation’s Art for An Oil-Free Coast permit form was properly filled out and approved for a Monday to Wednesday exhibit beside city council chambers, it appears city officials didn’t cotton to the group’s cause…

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