“Week to End Enbridge” Paddle & Picnic

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Thursday, June 18 @ 6:00 pm
Banfield Park
In Victoria West, at 521 Craigflower Rd

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Celebrate Pull Together’s “The Week to End Enbridge”! Join us on Thursday June 18th for an evening paddle and picnic on Victoria’s Gorge Waterway. We will rendezvous at the dock in Banfield Park (in Victoria West) at 6 PM, and paddle to Curtis Point for a picnic. Even if you can’t paddle, feel free to meet us at the picnic!

Participants are asked to make a suggested $10 per person donation to the Pull Together Campaign in support of First Nations’ court cases against pipeline expansion. Please note that this is an unguided, informal  trip and you are responsible for your own safety. Ensure that you have adequate skills and equipment for this sheltered water evening paddle.


Lessons from Grace Islet and Next Steps for Indigenous-Settler Solidarity

Monday June 8th
Potluck @ 6PM, Discussion @ 7PM
Ƚáu,welṉew Tribal School
Tsartlip First Nation
7449 West Saanich Road

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The movement to protect and restore Grace Islet demonstrates the power of solidarity between indigenous and settler people and provides insight into next steps for action.
Join this important discussion featuring:
Chief Don Tom, Tsartlip First Nation 
Chief Vern Jacks, Tseycum First Nation
Belinda Claxton, Elder, Tsawout First Nation
Adam Olsen, Tsartlip Member and BC Green Party Interim Leader
Gary Holman, MLA Saanich North and the Islands
You are invited to a potluck at 6:00 pm followed by a discussion at 7:00 pm.
Ride from Victoria on the Community Action Bus, leaving Victoria City Hall (Pandora Ave entrance) at 5:30 pm. For rideshare from Saltspring, email jdwilkin@telus.net.

All welcome for this free event.

Sponsored by the Indigenous Solidarity Working Group, the Community Action Bus and the Social Environmental Alliance – SEA

Climate Justice, Tankers & Conservation of the Salish Sea: A Call to Action!

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Climate Justice Tankers Conservation of the Salish Sea: May 21, 2015

Thursday May 21 at 7:00 pm
Atomique HQ, 1501 Douglas Street

The recent fuel spill in English Bay has highlighted the vulnerability of the Salish Sea and the need for collective action to conserve the precious Coast. Join this important event, featuring
-> Music to inspire action from “Decades After Paris” by Danton Jay & Heather Lynn!
-> Screening of the short film Directly Affected!
-> Speakers from Raincoast, Sierra Club and Turning the Tide!
All welcome for this FREE event!

SPONSORED by the Raincoast Conservation Foundation, Sierra Club of BC, Social Environmental Alliance (SEA) and Turning the Tide