Join Raincoast and the Sierra Club of BC to learn the facts around the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion and the risks of transporting diluted bitumen.
Enjoy an Environmental NGO trade-show, slide show, live music, presentations and Q&A. An evening of fun, entertainment, knowledge and inspiration towards keeping our coast oil-free.
When: 22 April 2014, Earth Day
Where: Mary Winspear Centre, Sidney
6:00 pm Eco-Display: booths, slide show, live music, mingle, coffee
7:00 pm Town Hall:
Welcome – Emcee – Chris Genovali
Welcome by Chief Vern Jacks
Oil-Free Coast – Robert Bateman
Environment – Caitlyn Vernon, Sierra Club of BC
Drift Card Oil Spill Study – Andy Rosenberg, Raincoast
Q & A
• Chris Genovali; Exec. Director, Raincoast
• Vern Jacks, Chief Tseycum First Nation
• Robert Bateman; Canadian naturalist and painter
• Caitlyn Vernon; Coastal Campaigner, Sierra Club
• Andy Rosenberg, Raincoast Biologist
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