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Halifax, Nova Scotia

VOICES from Downstream of the Tar Sands


7:00pm
Tuesday April 27 2010

Venue: St. Andrew’s United Church
Address: Coburg at Robie Streets
Cost: Free

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WHAT: Hear from First Nation’s people who live there what effects the tar
sands has on the Athabasca watershed and on the people who live downstream
and why it is important that we all take action. “Downstream”, the short
documentary film by Academy Awards Nominee Leslie Iwerks will also be shown.

 WHO: Guest Speakers will be Jada Voyageur, Member of Athabascan Chipewyan
First Nation from Fort Chipewyan, Alberta, and Simon Reece, Downstream
Coordinator for the Keepers of the Athabasca (www.keepersofthewater.ca ).

 WHEN: Tuesday, April 27th, 2010, 7:00 p.m.

 WHERE: St. Andrew’s United Church, Coburg at Robie Streets, Halifax, NS

   CO-SPONSORS: Sierra Club Canada – Atlantic Canada Chapter; Interfaith
Coalition for Climate Justice, Council of Canadians, Aboriginal Rights
Coalition – Atlantic;     United Church Maritime Conference Church in Action
Committee
 For more information, please contact Gretchen Fitchgerald at
gretchenf@sierraclub.ca or 444-3113 or Linda Scherzinger at
lindakseven@gmail.com or 425-0339.

Organizer:Gretchen Fitchgerald at gretchenf@sierraclub.ca or 444-3113 or Linda Scherzinger at lindakseven@gmail.com or 425-0339.

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