Youre invited! New doc screening about fracking

You’re invited! New doc screening about fracking

Fracking the Peace visits communities in NE BC

Hi Paov,

I’ve often thought that if every British Columbian had the opportunity to visit the Peace Region and see the devastation wrought by fracking companies themselves, the province would shut down this industry tomorrow.

Now we’ve got the next best thing.

Our friends at Stand partnered with filmmaker Desiree Wallace to create a film about the people and places fracking leaves behind, including footage and contacts from our many trips to the region. Now we’re ready to bring Fracking the Peace to audiences in-person and online.

Check out the trailer! Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 19 from 7 to 9 p.m. in Victoria for an in-person (vaccine cards required) screening at the Vic Theatre. I’ll be speaking on a panel after the show! GET MY TICKETS OR
Join us on Wednesday, Oct. 27 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. PST for an online screening and expert panel discussion. Hope to see you there! REGISTER NOW Fracking is a disaster for nearby communities and the global climate. Together, we can end this destructive practice.

For the climate,
Peter McCartney
Climate Campaigner
Wilderness Committee P.S. Our Wet’suwet’en friends are currently blocking Coastal GasLink crews from drilling their fracked gas pipeline under the Wedzin Kwa (Morice River). They’ve asked for a week of solidarity under the banner #AllOutForWedzinKwa. Can you make some calls to provincial officials and ask them to respect Wet’suwet’en title, rights and law? r0.

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