Tuesday, March 3
At the Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College
Doors at 7:00pm Show at 7:30pm
Admission by donation $6-$10
Hosted the Watershed Sentinel
Join master digital storytellers Dan Lewis and Bonny Glambeck of Clayoquot Action for a lively, informative and inspiring evening. A multimedia journey from the visually stunning landscape, wildlife and culture of Clayoquot Sound—Vancouver Island’s last great rainforest, to an eyewitness report of the Mount Polley mine disaster, and onward to the Burnaby Mountain frontlines.
Much of Clayoquot Sound remains wild because of committed activism—yet 2 new fish farms are proposed for these pristine waterways, and the company responsible for the Mount Polley mine disaster plans to open two mines. A pipeline from Alberta to Kitimat was approved last year, and a second, to Burnaby Mountain, is being fast-tracked. Clayoquot Sound is at risk like never before!