More pipeline info sessions for community

An information event is being planned for July 12 at the Fort St. James Bicentennial Library to further educate the community.

Kandace Kerr will be showing the film SPOIL and will have information about how this project could impact Fort St James.

  • Jul. 7, 2011 9:00 a.m.

An information event is being planned for July 12 at the Fort St. James Bicentennial Library to further educate the community.

Kandace Kerr will be showing the film SPOIL and will have information about how this project could impact Fort St James.

The film and information will take place July 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the library.

The film SPOIL documents the travels of 10 famous photographers, members of the International League of Conservation Photographers, through the Great Bear Rainforest.

This is the first of a summer series of films and events looking at the potential impacts of the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline on our area and along the coast of B.C.

 

“If local folks are looking for information or looking to get involved this would be a good place to start,” said Kerr.

 

 

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