From Esther Kern, CPT Canada Coordinator:
Here is an opportunity to learn more about the Indigenous community, within our own geographical area. I plan to attend on the Friday and Saturday, and for anyone coming from a distance, you are welcome to stay at our home in London, either before travelling to Sarnia, or after the event. I can also provide transportation to Sarnia for at least four people and we can discuss more details later if you decide to participate. I hope to see you there!
CPT Canada Coordinator
From: Aamjiwnaang/Sarnia Against Pipelines <email@example.com>
Sent: 22 July 2016 19:25
Subject: Toxic Tour 2016 Invite
TOXIC TOUR 2016
Toxic Tour Teaser Trailer:
Toxic Tour 2016 is happening August 21st, 2016 and starting at 8:00am. This year will start off at:
1972 Virgil Ave Map
Come to experience Canada’s Petro-chemical Industry first hand. On this tour you will be able to learn history, what refineries are in the chemical valley, what they produce, and so much more. Witness the pollution with your own eyes, ears, noses, and feel what it has done to our land and our people. This year will be a two hour bus tour around the entire site of Chemical Valley and Aamjiwnaang.
This is an open event to anyone and any group and doesn’t cost a thing. We can provided free camping over night for the 20th of August. Meals are included for the day with vegan, vegetarian, and traditional meat options and are free. We ask you to bring Camping gear if you are camping. Your own plate, utensils, and cup or water holder. Tobacco to offer thanks to the Water, Bundles or sacred items are welcome, gifts for elders.
This is a free event and everyone is welcome
You can register at: Toxic Tour Registration
Sign up for the event on Facebook: Toxic Tour 2016 | Facebook
Our web site is Toxic Tour 2016 – AAMJIWNAANG SOLIDARITY AGAINST CHEMICAL VALLEY
- 8:00-9:30 — Breakfast
- 9:30-10:30 — Opening
- 10:30-12:30 — Toxic Tour (classes)
- 12:30-2:00 — Lunch
- 2:00-4:00 — Toxic Tour(classes)
- 4:00-600 — Ending
The classes will be announced soon.
Things that I should be aware of before I go?
No alcohol or drugs are to be brought to this gathering, no photographs are to be taken when ceremony are happening. This is a welcoming gathering to all, so no discrimination, but respect is to be shown to everyone.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further questions and concerns.