In the Media

Standing on Guard: Voices for an oil free coast – Science World Nov 7

Join Raincoast and special guests at Science World Nov 7th for an evening of art, photography, music and discussion about keeping our coast oil-free.

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With a decision on Enbridge’s Northern Gateway and an application for Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain expansion both due this year, 2013 marks a critical point for the future of our coast. Join Raincoast, special guests including conservationists Andy Wright and Darcy Dobell, author Arno Kopecky, musician Buckman Coe and leading BC artists.

Reserve your tickets here: http://standingonguard.eventbrite.com

 

 

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