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Stop Energy East (North Bay) Resistance Cabaret | March 19
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Resistance Cabaret
A Solidarity Event in Support of Stop Energy East Pipeline
Saturday, March 19th 7:30 pm
Davedi Club, Airport Road   |   Doors Open at 6:30 pm
In support of a community campaign to raise awareness and respond to the risks of TransCanada's proposed Energy East Project.

If the Energy East project is approved, TransCanada will attempt to pump 1.1 million barrels of a mix of crude oils and diluted bitumen through an aging pipeline, crossing hundreds of streams, wetlands, rivers and lakes as it cuts across northern Ontario.

It's a high risk and low reward project for the Lake Nipissing and Trout Lake watersheds.

Live Music  |   Dance   | Poetry   | Video Shorts   | Art Sale 


Saturday, March 19th 7:30 pm
Davedi Club, Airport Road   |   Doors Open at 6:30 pm
$10 in advance or at the door.
Tickets available at the F.A.R.M., 154 Main Street West. Only 250 Tickets Available.
Want to help out with this event? We'd love to hear from you!
We are an all-volunteer effort, and we'd welcome your involvement, including for this event. Volunteers are needed to help with postering, set-up, working at the door and in the food, art sales and ticket tables, and lots more. Please let us know if you can help out, in advance, or on March 19th.
Email us at stopenergyeast@onlink.net. Thank you!
Please help us get the word out! Visit our Facebook event  and share it, and click to say you are  "going" and invite your Facebook friends! Print and post our event poster (pdf) and spread the word by sending an email to friends and family. And we'll see you there!
Stop Energy East (North Bay) is a collaborative of groups and individuals in North Bay and area concerned about TransCanada's proposal to convert its natural gas pipeline to carry diluted bitumen from Alberta's tar sands to Canada's east coast, through northern Ontario and the Lake Nipissing and Trout Lake watersheds. An all-volunteer effort, a number of working groups have been established to focus on activities such as outreach and education, communication, and regulatory processes. 
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