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Halifax, Nova Scotia

Thirst for Justice

The Right to Water, Maternal Health, and the G8

Saturday April 24 2010

Venue: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Address: 1723 Hollis Street, Halifax
Cost: Free

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April 24, 7:00pm
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Windsor Foundation Lecture Theatre,
1723 Hollis Street, Halifax
(use Bedford Row entrance)
Barbara Clow, Executive Director,
Atlantic Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health
Carleen Pickard, Director of Organizing,
Council of Canadians
Jada Voyageur, Athabasca Chipewyan First
Nation from Fort Chipewyan, Alberta
For more information call (877) 772-7811 www.canadians.org
this is a free event at an accessible venue
g8 development ministers are meeting in Halifax April 26-28 to discuss their closed door plan to impact maternal and infant health in the global south. Come and hear how the Canadian government is failing women, children and First Nations communities through policies that lead to the contamination of water resources, deny access o clean drinking water and fail to recognize water
as a human right in Canada and internationally.
For more information about the G8/20 agenda visit

Organizer:(877) 772-7811 www.canadians.org

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