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National Day of Action: No Tar Sands, No Fracking, No Line 9!

by Kevin Konnyu

Photo Credit: Kevin Konnyu
 
When: Saturday, May 10th, 1pm
What: Rally and Parade!
Where: Start at Toronto City Hall (Nathan Phillips Square), march to Queen's Park
 
From the Facebook Event Page:
On May 10th people from coast to coast to coast will be rallying to defend communities from pipelines, dirty energy projects like tar sands and fracking, and runaway climate change, while standing in solidarity with Indigenous communities on the front-line of struggles from BC to New Brunswick.
On May 10th at 1pm, rally at City Hall and march to Queen's Park to demand an environmental assessment and join with thousands from across the country to show solidarity with Indigenous struggles, defend communities and the climate, and demand a clean energy future. In doing so we must acknowledge the devastating legacy of colonialism that settler society has inflicted upon indigenous populations and find a new way forward which respects the inherent rights of the original peoples of this land.
 
#NoTarSands
#NoFracking 
#NoLine9
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