Atmosphere & Energy
Reclaiming the Corridor for People not Tar Sands
You and your family are invited to join us for a walk along the Hydro Corridor north of Finch Ave. (from Talbot Rd., west to Bathurst Ave.).
We will be celebrating the use of this provincially-owned Corridor as a public recreation space; instead of a dangerous
profit centre for Enbridge.
(WE WILL MEET AT 1pm AT THE WEST END OF THE TTC PARKING LOT AT HENDON AND YONGE.)
See attached flyer for the map & details. More online at stopline9-toronto.ca
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It’s an old debate that pits hardened nuclear campaigners such as Greenpeace against low-profile supporters such as the Pickering Soccer Club.
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