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Consult this ACTION KIT for a guide on how to organize your own Clean-up Crews to denounce the Harper Government cozy relationship with the oil industry from November 28th to December 9th 2011!
The Kit outlines the issues, the visuals, how to choose the timing and how to choose the location.
Consultez cette TROUSSE D'ACTION pour un guide explicant comment organiser votre propre équipe de nettoyage pour dénoncer la relation malsaine entre le gouvernement Harper et l'industrie pétrolière, du 28 novembre au 9 décembre 2011!
La trousse passe à travers les enjeux, certains éléments visuels, comment choisir la date de l’action et comment choisir le lieu.
Tar Sands Rally Statement --- Tony Clarke, Polaris Institute, September 26, 2011
Nous sommes rassemblés ici aujourd'hui, venus de partout au pays, pour manifester notre opposition à la machine que représente les sables bitumineux canadiens et le Keystone XL en utilisant la désobéissance civile. Acts of non-violent civil disobedience are, ultimately, matters of conscience for individuals and groups. While the police erect a fence, we in civil society draw a line in the sand, define what is right and wrong or what is morally acceptable and what is not morally acceptable, and then put our bodies on that line.
•Il est simplement inacceptable … to rip out huge swaths of the Boreal forest, deplete one of the most precious freshwater systems in the world, and contaminate the river and ground water that sustains life in the Athabasca region --- dead wrong! Inacceptable!
Tony Clarke, Toronto Star, Monday September 26 - On Monday I will be joining hundreds of fellow Canadians on Parliament Hill to demonstrate growing public opposition to the relentless expansion of the tarsands megaproject in northern Alberta. Some will participate in a protest rally while others will engage in acts of peaceful civil disobedience.
People from all walks of life and regions of Canada — environmental activists, indigenous peoples, youth activists, organized workers, impacted communities, social justice activists, faith communities and concerned citizens in general — will join ranks against what has become known worldwide as the most environmentally destructive project of its kind on the planet.