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Campaign to stop the pipeline

By: 
Saki Serizawa

November 20, 2011

An array of different non-profits, labour unions and regular citizens all came out to show their solidarity on October 15, when the Occupy Wall Street movement came to Vancouver.

One of these groups was ForestEthics with their campaign to stop the Enbridge Oil Pipeline Project.

On the day of Occupy Vancouver, amid thousands of people, volunteers from ForestEthics collected signed postcards from participants to send to the CEO of Enbridge to show the public’s distaste for the pipeline.

Our big mobiles of colourful fish and costumes got a lot of attention, and we were able to get a record blowing 450 postcards signed in three and a half hours in which we completely ran out of postcards.

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