Advisory: Anniversary of Aamjiwnaang First Nation Blockade, Toxic Tour March in Chemical Valley, Dec. 27

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                   December 26, 2013

 

Media Advisory

 

Advisory: Anniversary of Aamjiwnaang First Nation Blockade, Toxic Tour March in Chemical Valley, Dec. 27

(Sarnia, ON) — On the one year anniversary of the CN Rail blockade, Aamjiwnaang First Nation community members and supporters will take to the streets to raise awareness about the ongoing risks of living next to Chemical Valley.  The several hour tour will follow Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline and stop at the site planned for Shell’s LNG (liquefied natural gas) Plant as well Nova Chemicals which currently processes fracked gas.  The community is marching to say no to fracking on their territory and no to Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline through Ontario.  The tour will begin at 12pm at the Aamjiwnaang Community Centre on Friday, December 27th.

WHO:               Aamjiwnaang First Nation members and supporters

WHAT:            Walking Toxic Tour of Chemical Valley

WHERE:           Aamjiwnaang Community Centre, 1972 Virgil Avenue, Sarnia

WHEN: 12 pm, Friday, December 27, 2013

WHY:               To say no to fracking in Sarnia and no to Line 9 through Ontario

Visit Aamjiwnaang Solidarity online at http://aamjiwnaangsolidarity.com/ or Aamjiwnaang & Sarnia Against Pipelines (ASAP) on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AamjiwnaangSarniaAgainstPipelines  

 

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Contact information:

Vanessa Gray, ASAP, Media Liaison: 226-349-6073