Residents, Groups, and Wolastog Grand Council launch a province-wide campaign to install artwork along the proposed Energy East pipeline route

Press Conference – Crown Plaza Fredericton, Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 11:00am

Residents, groups and the Wolastoq Grand Council will launch a province-wide initiative to engage communities across New Brunswick to install artwork along the proposed Energy East pipeline route.  This is an initiative sponsored by the Peace and Friendship Alliance.

The following will be included at the head table:

– Alma Brooks (Wolastoq Grand Council)
– Mark D’Arcy (Council of Canadians – Fredericton chapter)
– Leslie Hillman (Red Head Anthony’s Cove Preservation Association)
– Don McDonald (resident in the Nashwaak watershed who compiled the co-ordinates for the waterway crossings of the pipeline across New Brunswick)
– Marilyn Merritt-Gray (Belleisle Bay resident)

We invite you to our press conference on Thursday, May 19th at 11:00am at the Crown Plaza Hotel in downtown Fredericton.


 

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