Don’t Frack PEI is holding a Public Meeting on Tuesday September 17th from 7pm to 9pm at Murphy’s Community Centre, Richmond Street, Charlottetown. Featuring Prof. Peter Clancy and Eliza Knockwood, and a song by Teresa Doyle.
Come and hear about the growing opposition to fracking across the Maritimes, and how fracking has no ‘social license’. We need your input as we discuss what we should do next to stop fracking from coming to PEI.
Please print this poster and help to publicize the meeting:
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Here's what took place in Atlantic Canada in 2012 and 2011:
Sept , 2012. :1) Rally on Sunday, September 9 in front of Confederation Center, Charlottetown where the Canadian energy ministers were gathered for a private dinner with the federal minister of energy and mines.
2) Protest - Anti-fracking group from New Brunswick held a protest in front of Delta Hotel in Charlottetown Monday morning September 10.
3) Alternative Summit - Peoples' Summit on sustainable energy and economies took place Monday afternoon, September 10 at St. Peters Hall, Charlottetown, organized by anti-fracking group from New Brunswick. (contact Mark D'Arcy - Fredericton)
4) Walk - Save our Seas and Shores coalition held a quiet walk on Tuesday, September 11 to demonstrate the respect and awe eastern Canadians have for the Gulf of St. Lawrence; as the Energy ministers held their final session at the Delta. The purpose- to urge the governments of the five provinces bordering the Gulf of St. Lawrence to declare a moratorium on oil and gas exploration and exploitation activities in the Gulf, including drilling and seismic surveys.
August 2nd, 2011; 11 am - 12 noon
We held a one-hour rally against Hydro Fracking at Province House on August 2nd with music and speakers. Plus we brought clear jars of water - water from your home, water you drink every day - for a symbolic action- they were given to the PEI government to be kept pure.
Representatives of the Sierra Club and other concerned groups were on hand to speak and answer questions.
The FB event page was here .
the Inverness County chapter of the Council of Canadians held a BAN FRACKING NOW! Sign Painting Fun Day
on Monday August 1st, 2011 with Live music! Refreshments! & Fun! at Campbell Street, Inverness.
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August 1, 2011; 12 noon - 1 p.m.
Passed out free glasses of clean, fresh water on the main street in Baddeck, NS, at the turn off for the wharf. Please contact Gretchen Fitzgerald for more details, gretchenf at sierraclub dot ca or call 902-444-3113 or just come out to show your support!
August 1, 2011; 1pm-3pm
We were be at Victoria Park, in Truro near the main parking lot near Park Road, refilling water bottles, signing petitions, and discussing fracking concerns with folks. Please email heidiv at sierraclub dot ca if you would like to help out, or for more information.
Fredericton, New Brunswick
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August 1st, 2011; High Noon
Started at the OLD BURIAL GROUNDS (51 Woodstock Road, Fredericton) over to the LEGISLATURE. [Bring SIGNS! Bring your FAMILY! Protect our FUTURE!]
The Atlantic Day of Fraction was organized by the Sierra Club Atlantic, and the NB March was collaboratively organized by a number of organizations and people opposed to the exploration and production of shale gas in New Brunswick – Join the growing movement!
Manifestation contre l’extraction du gaz de schisteau Nouveau-Brunswick !
Plusieurs groupes disent NON au gaz de schisteau Nouveau-Brunswick, Action CCNB vous invite à manifester en disant NON à la l’extraction !
Lundi 1er aout, 2011 les Néo-brunswickoisse avez joindre aux protestations et aux actions entreprises dans tout le Canada Atlantique afin de manifester leur opposition à la l’extraction du gaz de schiste dans leur région, et partout ailleurs sur la planète !
Durant la Fête du Nouveau-Brunswick à Fredericton, nous avons célébrer et à demander la préservation de notre province en participant à une marche pacifique contre les gaz de schiste.
Lundi 1er aout- Midi, w2011
Marche du vieux cimetière (51, chemin Woodstock) jusqu’à l’Assemblée législative du NB
La journée contre l’extraction du gaz de schiste est organisée par le Club Sierra Atlantique et la marche au NB a organisée grâce à la collaboration de plusieurs organisations et personnes opposées à l’exploration et à la production de gaz de schiste au Nouveau-Brunswick — Joignez-vous à notre mouvement !