On January 27, Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition will be speaking at Kildonan United Church as part of Kairos’ NorthEast Justice and Peace Speakers Series.
Please come and learn more about the Energy East pipeline and about actions that can be taken to ensure the safety of our watersheds, and share this event with your friends.
Location and contact information in the poster below.
TransCanada has submitted their application for Energy East to the National Energy Board (NEB). The clock is now ticking – once the NEB decides that the project application is complete, it has 15 months to make its final decision. We need to intervene now.
Full information and documentation for the Energy East Project can be found on the NEB website.
There are five things you can do right now (hyperlink to each):
- Get your business, organization, religious community, or professional association to sign on to An Open Letter to the National Energy Board on the Energy East Pipeline.
- Sign three other letters. NoEnergyEast, 350.org, the Council of Canadians, and Lead Now are all asking people to sign letters in support of a better NEB process. 350.org is encouraging people to join them, and they have a letter campaign encouraging NEB Chair Paul Watson to include climate impacts in the review. Send your letter here:Give Energy East a People’s Intervention. The Council of Canadians has launched Our Risk: Their Reward, and has a similar letter campaign that you can find here: We need a fair pipeline review.Lead Now’s No Legitimacy campaign is here.
- Join our mailing list and Facebook page
- Join 350.org Energy East Action Network
- Apply to be an intervenor in the National Energy Board review process.
This website is maintained by volunteers concerned about the proposed Energy East pipeline. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about this game-changing project, and please take note of what you can do to help.
We are looking forward to participating in this assembly being organised as part of Building a People’s Agenda on July 5.
No Energy East Aki - Treaty One
Council of Canadians - Winnipeg Chapter
IDLE NO MORE Winnipeg
With guest Cameron Fenton. Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Fenton has worked on tar sands and climate justice campaigns across Canada for the better part of the last decade. Currently based in Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories, he is the former director of the Canadian Youth Climate Coalition and now works as 350.org’s Canadian Tar Sands Organizer. @camfenton