What: Tracking the Tar Sands: A Tri-City Youth Tour—An educational youth tour to Sarnia, Detroit and Windsor that highlights global warming, water depletion, land degradation, energy insecurity, Aboriginal injustices and social damages from tar sands development. You will have the opportunity to meet with community leaders and youth from across Canada and Detroit who are ready to make a difference now and for the future.
When: August 20 to 22, 2009
Where: Starting in Toronto on August 20th and traveling to Sarnia, Detroit and Windsor. Returning to Toronto the evening of August 22.
Join the Tour NOW!
To join the tour or request more information please send the following information in an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Languages spoken
- Date of birth
- Do you have a valid passport?
After we receive your email of interest you will be sent an email to confirm your acceptance, and to see if you have any questions or concerns. We will also send you a package that will include more information plus a list of things that you will need to bring. All applicants are accepted on a first come first served basis.
If you have any further questions please contact:
Elly Adeland, Polaris Institute, Water & Energy Campaigner
Tel: (613)237-1717 ext. 106
Toll Free: (866)346-6602 ext. 106
Greg Boyle, Sierra Youth Coalition, National Director
Toll Free: 1.800.790.7393
Hope to see you there!
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