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Send Enbridge a message for its Annual General Meeting: It’s time to put an end to Northern Gateway


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May 2014

On May 7, 2014, Jasmine Thomas of the Yinka Dene Alliance and a group of other delegates are attending Enbridge’s Annual General Meeting in Calgary to tell Enbridge face-to-face that it’s time to give up on its plan to put tar sands pipelines and tankers where they aren’t welcome. With the clock winding down on the federal government’s mid-June Enbridge decision deadline, she’ll be reminding shareholders that there is still time to put an end to this risky project and avoid further public opposition and legal conflict.

Will you add your voice to hers by sending a letter to Enbridge’s corporate board while they are meeting in Calgary?

Our goal is to achieve a thousand letters to Enbridge’s corporate board by the end of the week, letting  them know that citizens of all walks of life have pledged to stand with First Nations to “hold the wall” on stopping the Enbridge pipeline. Now more than ever it’s important to turn up the volume on the message that Enbridge’s pipelines and tankers project will not be built.

http://yinkadene.ca/index.php/resources/send_enbridge_a_message_for_its_annual_general_meeting_its_time_to_put_an_e

By raising your voice against Enbridge’s plans you are building on an inspiring history of collaborationbetween First Nations and non-First Nations people alike to make it clear that the risks of these proposed pipelines and tankers to our lands, waters and climate are too great to be permitted. In 2012 members of the Yinka Dene Alliance and other First Nations completed a cross-country Freedom Train journey from our territories to the Enbridge Annual General Meeting in Toronto, meeting with thousands of supporters at rallies in several cities along the way and participating in water ceremonies. We recently released a short documentary on the inspiring journey – check it out:

Thank you again for joining the thousands of Canadians who have committed to standing with First Nations to protect the land, the water and our communities from the Enbridge pipelines and tankers project.

Respectfully,

Geraldine Thomas-Flurer, Yinka Dene Alliance Coordinator

P.S. Please join us: On May 10th, people are stepping up from coast-to-coast-to-coast to defend our communities from tar sands projects and call for a just, safe and clean energy future. Find an event in your community: http://www.defendourclimate.ca/events/ or join the Yinka Dene Alliance in Prince George, BC.

www.holdthewall.ca

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Send Enbridge a message for its Annual General Meeting: It’s time to put an end to Northern Gateway

May 2014

On May 7, 2014, Jasmine Thomas of the Yinka Dene Alliance and a group of other delegates are attending Enbridge’s Annual General Meeting in Calgary to tell Enbridge face-to-face that it’s time to give up on its plan to put tar sands pipelines and tankers where they aren’t welcome. With the clock winding down on the federal government’s mid-June Enbridge decision deadline, she’ll be reminding shareholders that there is still time to put an end to this risky project and avoid further public opposition and legal conflict.

Will you add your voice to hers by sending a letter to Enbridge’s corporate board while they are meeting in Calgary?

Our goal is to achieve a thousand letters to Enbridge’s corporate board by the end of the week, letting  them know that citizens of all walks of life have pledged to stand with First Nations to “hold the wall” on stopping the Enbridge pipeline. Now more than ever it’s important to turn up the volume on the message that Enbridge’s pipelines and tankers project will not be built.

Will you add your voice to hers by sending a letter to Enbridge’s corporate board while they are meeting in Calgary?

Yinka Dene Alliance

http://yinkadene.ca/index.php/resources/send_enbridge_a_message_for_its_annual_general_meeting_its_time_to_put_an_e

 

Send Enbridge a message for its Annual General Meeting: It’s time to put an end to Northern Gateway

May 2014

On May 7, 2014, Jasmine Thomas of the Yinka Dene Alliance and a group of other delegates are attending Enbridge’s Annual General Meeting in Calgary to tell Enbridge face-to-face that it’s time to give up on its plan to put tar sands pipelines and tankers where they aren’t welcome. With the clock winding down on the federal government’s mid-June Enbridge decision deadline, she’ll be reminding shareholders that there is still time to put an end to this risky project and avoid further public opposition and legal conflict.

Will you add your voice to hers by sending a letter to Enbridge’s corporate board while they are meeting in Calgary?

Our goal is to achieve a thousand letters to Enbridge’s corporate board by the end of the week, letting  them know that citizens of all walks of life have pledged to stand with First Nations to “hold the wall” on stopping the Enbridge pipeline. Now more than ever it’s important to turn up the volume on the message that Enbridge’s pipelines and tankers project will not be built.

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