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Eenergy East pipeline: Red Head march to the end of the line

by From the Margins

On May 30th, people from all over the province and beyond are expected to be in the Saint John area to participate in a "march to the end of the line", from Red Head Road to Anthony’s Cove Road, Saint John as part of opposition to the Energy East Pipeline and related oil and gas developments. Opponents are concerned about the environmental and human health impacts, disregard for indigenous treaty rights, and general disruption of fishing and other local economies. The show will feature interviews with Lynaya Astephen, spokesperson for the Red Head and Anthony Cove Preservation Association and Ron Tremblay with the Wolastoq Grand Council & Peace & Friendship Alliance.

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