What would be the impact on Stanley Park if there was an oil spill?
This Thursday at 7 p.m. at 181 Roundhouse Mews (near Yaletown Canada-line
station) join us for a discuss of what the impacts will be if there was an
This is an opportunity to learn about the diverse importance of Stanley
Park, in addition to the various impacts of new pipelines for bitumen oil
Ben West | Wilderness Committee
Niki Sharma | Vancouver Parks Board
Sven Biggs | Tanker Free BC
There will be an opportunity for an open discuss about the research and
how to act on the impending threat of more Tankers in the Burrad Inlet.
This event is brought to you by:
The Wilderness Committee
Tanker Free BC
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