The Clyde River Solidarity Network invites you to a public information session
The Clyde River Solidarity Network formed in March 2015 to support the Inuit of Clyde River in their struggle against seismic surveys. The network consists of representatives from several Indigenous, environmental and Human Rights organizations across Canada.
As the Inuit community of Clyde River prepares for the audience at the Federal Court of Appeal in Toronto next Monday, April 20th, where it will attempt to reverse the National Energy Board decision to allow seismic testing in their traditional waters, the Clyde River Solidarity Network invites you to a public information session.
All will be welcome to learn more about seismic exploration in Clyde River, Baffin Bay, Davis Strait, the history of this fight against it, and how you can do more to support.
WHAT: Presentation on Clyde River’s struggle against seismic surveys.
WHO: Jerry Natanine, mayor of Clyde River; Nader Hasan, lawyer for Clyde River; Warren Bernauer, doctoral candidate at York University.
WHEN: April 16th, 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: United Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil St, Toronto, ON, M5T 1N1
The following articles contain further information about Clyde River’s struggle against seismic surveys:
For more information: ClydeRiverSolidarity@gmail.com
25 Cecil St
Toronto , ON M5T 1N1
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