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The Day to Stop Gateway

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The Day to Stop Gatewayflatearth.jpg
Saturday, September 29th, 2007

3 Events: Non-stop Inspiration and Entertainment

Send a strong message to Premier Campbell that Gateway is the wrong way. Rail and buses not highways.

The Spirit of Sustainability
Connecting Spirituality and Ecology in the context of the Gateway Program

3:30 to 5:00 pm
The Unitarian Church
949 West 49th at Oak, Vancouver
(parking very limited: car pool, bus, or bike)

Entertainment by Erratica & Port Action Theatre Troupe
Speakers include Derek Corrigan, Gordon Price, Dr Bill Rees, Stephen Rees, Jim Houlahan and Donna Passmore.

The Ride to Stop Gateway
A mass ride from the The Spirit of Sustainability Rally to Hello Al, Goodbye Gateway Rally.

The Unitarian Church
949 West 49th at Fremlin (1 block east of Oak)
Meet by the bike parking

The ride will arrive at the Bayshore in plenty of time to catch the speakers and entertainment.

Hello Al, Goodbye Gateway Rally
Welcome Al Gore to Vancouver

5:00 – 7:30 pm
Cardero St. at Coal Harbour (East of the Westin Bayshore)

Entertainment by Timothy Wisdom, Raging Grannies, Ned Jacobs and the Port Action Theatre Troupe.
Speakers Adriane Carr, Suzanne Anton, David Cadman, Heather Deal, Joe Foy , Harold Steves, Michael Sather, Peter Julian, David Fields and Betty Krawczyk.

Demand Action on Climate Change and Have Fun Doing It

Bring your signs and banners.


And, by the way there are some excellent pieces in today’s Richmond News . News coverage includes Harold Steves on the event above and an opinion piece by Tracy Sherlock “Gateway to more traffic woes”.

Written by Stephen Rees

September 28, 2007 at 10:48 am

Posted in Gateway

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