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Saturday, August 31, 2013

What's at stake? Tar sands oil to and from our coast

The Burke Mountain Naturalists, (BMN) and the Raincost Conservation Foundation, (RCF) are hosting
 an evening of discussion along with the showing of two short films at the Evergreen Cultural Centre
in Coquitlam  on the evening of        September 22, 2013  from  6:45 to 9.30 pm.
 Tickets $10 or $5 for students and seniors.
Find out more in this one page information poster
Tri-City News: Burke Mountain Naturalists bring pipeline debate to Tri-Cities

 The night's theme will be about oil pipelines, and the shipping hazards of oil along our coast.

What's at stake?     Tar sands oil to and from our coast

Groundswell – A small film about making a big stand

Hemp & Company                 Pasta Polo                  Measure Accounting  

Forest Ethics Advocacy             Patagonia             Georgia Strait Alliance            Sierra Club BC 


A very good online mapping application from the Wilderness Committee showing the proposed Kinder-Morgan oil pipeline routes,
 will help you understand the scope of the proposed oil pipelines in the lower Coastal area.

For the Folks who live in the Tri-Cities, Burnaby area download this Google Earth kmz file  to view the existing and proposed routes through the area.
  The file contains 2 fly-over tours.
Instructions: It will download and open in Google Earth, (if you have it installed ) a folder named: Tour; double-click and it will open in Google Earth, expand the folder named KmlFile at the bottom of the PLACES listing, on your left. Double-click Start-Tour, away we go to see the existing 60-year old oil pipeline !
 And after that, you can also view a possible alternate new oil pipeline route according to the Wilderness Committee by double-clicking New-Routing

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