Nov 16th 2013 Nat’l Day of Action Save our Seafood Chowder Rally

 

The sun shone, drummers drummed and five huge  pots of chowder were eaten.

The sun shone, drummers drummed and five huge pots of chowder were eaten.

Over two hundred people came to rally outside the Port of Prince Rupert offices and let them know our port at the mouth of the Skeena is no place for a tar by rail terminal and tankers.
Over two hundred people came to rally outside the Port of Prince Rupert offices and let them know; our port at the mouth of the Skeena, is no place for a tar by rail terminal and tankers.

A stylish local teacher with her bowl of chowder and verdict on Enbridge.

A stylish local teacher with her bowl of chowder and verdict on Enbridge.

 

 

 

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Come link arms in front of Atlin Terminal.  This Saturday noon hour rally is to defend our Community from Oil Tankers and Protect our Salmon and way of life.  See you there!