Kinder Morgan Town Hall: No Pipelines, No Tankers, No Problem.

April 11


Sierra Club BC is holding a town hall meeting to address an important issue – U.S. energy company Kinder Morgan’s proposal to build a new dirty oil pipeline through B.C. and bring over 400 tankers a year across the Salish Sea and past Victoria.

Please join them for an evening of conversation with some powerful speakers on pipelines and tankers. Speakers will include Ben West of ForestEthics Advocacy, Chief Andy Thomas of the Esquimalt First Nation, Mayor Dean Fortin of Victoria, and Caitlyn Vernon, from Sierra Club BC.

Bill McKibben, one of the world’s foremost climate change activists and co-founder of 350.org, will be joining us via video. We will also be showing, for the first time, a brand-new climate action video featuring musician C.R. Avery.

This is sure to be an inspiring event. It’s free, and it begins at 7pm on Thursday, Apr. 11th at the Vic Theatre in downtown Victoria (808 Douglas St.).

Please RSVP on Facebook and invite your friends, or check out the event page on our website. Kinder Morgan’s pipeline is a threat to B.C.’s coast, and we must make our message clear: No Pipelines, No Tankers, No Problem!

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