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Spring Thaws: Pipeline Meltdown Tour: Missisauga of New Credit Territory (Toronto)

Indigenous Solidarity Land Defence Fundraiser Tour Comes to Missisauga Territory

- 11:00pm
Friday April 4 2014

Venue: Unit 2
Address: Unit 2, 163 Sterling Rd
Cost: $5-10 + PWYC + No one turned away for lack of funds
Accessibility: semi accessible: show space yes, bathrooms no

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Spring Thaws: Pipeline Meltdown Tour is a Métis and settler indigenous solidarity fundraiser initiative to raise funds for the Unist'ot'en Camp and Reclaim Turtle Island.

"The Unist'ot'en Camp is a resistance community whose purpose is to protect sovereign Wet'suwet'en territory from several proposed pipelines from the Tar Sands Gigaproject and shale gas from Hydraulic Fracturing Projects in the Peace River Region." (

"Reclaim Turtle Island is a grassroots radical media project that works to develop resources to build capacity for Indigenous sovereigntist and anticolonial struggles in Turtle Island... Our focus is Indigenous resistance for Indigenous people and Reclaim is more than a media project. Reclaim Turtle Island also directly engages in struggle against resource extraction as well as builds a network of land defenders across our territories." (

The tour aims to offer financial support to help sustain both of these grassroots indigenous groups who are doing amazing work defending the land against Enbridge pipeline's attempts to devastate mother earth with tar sand oil industry expansion, and resist ongoing colonialism and capitalism.

Join us for an evening of short film screenings about indigenous land defense in the east and the west followed by free food and a live acoustic show!

Featuring performances by:



Amai Kuda and Y Josephine!

Brixia !

In collaboration with the R3 Collective! (( )

Come out to learn more about indigenous led pipeline resistance, soak up some music and show your support!

Suggested Donation - $5-10 ... or more! No one turned away ♥ All ages!

Accessibility info:
Semi-wheelchair accessible - on ground floor no steps, front door only opens manually.

Bathroom on mainfloor with some room for bigger chairs, but sink a little high, no bar, gender neutral

Public transit:
Closet subway station - Landsdowne, 850m from subway to venue.
Also off the dundas streetcar - 400m from the closest stop to venue.

So far no ASL or childcare - just waiting on a few emails. It is a music show, but the first 45 minutes will be 2 short movie screenings and a short talk given by a few local groups on local pipeline resistance initiatives

if you have any questions feel free to send us an e-mail at

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