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Film Screening: spOIL, Cetaceans of the Great Bear, and Oil in Eden

A pipeline, tankers, BC’s Great Bear Rainforest, and the Pacific Northwest. Join us for 3 amazing films about this incredibly important issue, including footage from the International League of Conservation Photographers. Short discussion and questions to follow. The Enbridge Northern Gateway Project would run bitumen through a pipeline from the Alberta tar sands to the port of Kitimat on BC's North Coast. If approved, the federal government would lift the moratorium on tanker traffic in this region, allowing tankers to carry the bitumen through narrow channels and infamous Hecate Straight, on their way to China. Event partners: UofW's EcoPia and the MB Climate Change Connection (For more information on these films and the Northern Gateway Project, visit PacificWild.org)

Where:
The University of Winnipeg - Bulman Centre Multi-Purpose Room
515 Portage Avenue
(204) 943-4836
When:
Saturday, January 28, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
What:
Theatre & Arts > Film
Neighbourhood:
City Centre
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