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Left Coast Events - Lower Mainland - Aug 30th 07 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 30 August 2007 13:44

Left Coast Events - Lower Mainland - Aug 30th 07

1.  DEFEND THE TAHLTAN ELDERS AT ISKUT AND TELEGRAPH! - Aug 31st
2.  JOB POSTING - Temporary, 3 months - APPLY BY AUG 31ST
3.  ** fundraiser for the APC!** Aug 31st
4.  International Association of Women in Radio & TV Awards - September 1 due date
5.  INDIGENOUS ANTI- POLICE/RCMP VIOLENCE and BRUTALITY DAY RALLY! - Sept 7th
6.  NATO funfest planned for Victoria in September - Victoria, Sept 7-9th
7.  Mental Wellness Support Group - every other
Saturdays
8.  Coalition in Solidarity for a United Latin America - Sept 11th
9.  In the Shadow of 9-11 - Sept 11th
10.  Pivot Annual General Meeting Sept 12
11.  FIGHT REZONING FOR PROFIT - BUILD TUEDAY SEPT 18TH RALLY AT CITY HALL
12.  The War Resisters Support Campaign presents: Breaking Ranks - Sept 20th
13.  Best Practices for Transporting Infants and Children with Special Needs - Sept 20th
14.  AIDS Walk for Life 2007 - support HEU's team - Sept 23rd
15.  VDLC Labour Cabaret - Sept 28th

1.  DEFEND THE TAHLTAN ELDERS AT ISKUT AND TELEGRAPH! - Aug 31st

OPPOSE SHELL'S COAL BED METHANE DEVELOPMENT!
SUPPORT THE STRUGGLE TO PROTECT THE KLAPPAN SACRED HEADWATERS!

Rally and Court Support
Friday August 31 at 10 am- 1 pm
BC Supreme Court
800 Smithe St., Vancouver
** If you're late, please call 778 885 0040 to see if it's still on.
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* For more information, contact:
Shannon McPhail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 250-842-2494
Rhoda Quock: (250) 234-3023 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

On Friday August 31, Shell Canada will be seeking an injunction in
Vancouver's BC Supreme Court to have the Elders of the Iskut and Telegraph
communities forcibly removed and arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted
Police.

This is the latest in the ongoing struggle to oppose Shell Canada's
Coal-bed Methane exploration project in the Sacred Headwaters of the
Stikine, Skeena and Nass River watershed.

The Elders and their supporters have vowed they will maintain their
vigilance over this sacred culturally significant area irregardless of
what the outcome maybe. In their words

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2007 13:44
 

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