On Monday, July 24, 30 activists stopped work on the preliminary developments at the Hanlon Creek business park in Guelph, Ontario.
The action was undertaken to stop the development of a commercial and industrial park which is to be constructed on lands currently occupied by an old growth forest and hectares of wetlands, and is habitat to critically vulnerable and endangered animals including the chorus frog and the Jefferson Salamander.
On Tuesday August 4th, the city of guelph is going to court in an effort to win an injunction that would pressure the cops to remove the protest camp, by declaring it illegal. Those at the site are requesting support in the form of calls to the mayor of guelph and attendance at the 10:00am court appearance on the 4th of August.
For more information about [email protected] and the Hanlon Creek business park, please visit peaceculture.org
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