Events

SFPR TOWN HALL MEETING – October 22, 08

7pm – 9pm Firehall Centre for the Arts – 11489 84th Avenue

MC: Bill Tieleman – Journalist and Radio Commentator

Special Guest Speaker: Joe Foy, Western Canada Wilderness Committee

Panelists:

  • Sunbury Residents: Nuking Neighbourhoods
  • Corky Evans: The Future – Farming, Food or Freeways
  • Eliza Olson: Burns Bog and Betrayal
  • Financing P-3 Projects and the Global Credit Crunch

Participants: You!

Questions and Answers: Open Mike

Conclusions: What now?

Refreshments

PDF Version of Flyer – Print and share with friends and neighbours

Sept 28, 2008 – Premier Environmental Messages

 

Taking Gordon Campbell’s environmental damages to the voters of Vancouver Pt Grey

 Multifaith Blessing for the Earth

LOUISE MAGNAN, ALINE LAFLAMME,

MICHELLE MORNING STAR DOHERTY

 

Former Environment Minister & Broadcaster

RAFE MAIR

Save Our Rivers

 

Richmond Councillor and a founder of the ALR

HAROLD STEVES

Farmland Defence League of BC

 

DAVID EBY

Pivot Legal Society

 

PAUL GEORGE

Founder, Western Canada Wilderness Committee

 

JOHN CUMMINS, M.P.

DELTA-EAST RICHMOND

 

JIM HOULAHAN

CAW 111, Bus Drivers Union

 

VICKI HUNTINGTON

Delta Councillor

 

DONNA PASSMORE

Gateway 40 Coordinator

 

STEPHEN REES

Transportation Economist

 

And much more…including
launch of new Stop Gateway campaign initiative &

new Stop Gateway newspaper

Sunday, September 29th 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Connaught Park   12th & Larch 

bicycle valet service available at Kitsilano Farmers Market   

Aug 9, 2008: 2nd Annual Picnic In the Park – VALTAC – Langley – Douglas Park

 

August 4, 2008: Spiritual and Scientific Vigil to First Nations Sacred Site

In addition to the drumming and burning of sage traditional to First Nations spiritual ceremonies, the vigil, which will be held at 11:00 a.m. at the St. Mungo site across from the Tidewater Pub (10190 River Road – under the Alex Fraser Bridge) will feature a line up of speakers including Hereditary Chief Capilano (Squamish Nation), Hereditary Chief Red Jacket (Turtle Island), Bertha Williams (Tsawwassen First Nation), UBC Archeology Professor Emeritus H.G. Matson, Derrick Whiteskycloud (Metis elder and spiritualist) and representatives from the Gateway 40 Citizens Network and Livable Region Coalition, the large citizens networks fighting Campbell’s Gateway Project.

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