Meet at 4:30 pm, March at 4:45 pm to TD Bank (a major investor in the Keystone XL pipeline).
Join Katuah Earth First! in a spirited march against the dirty KXL
pipeline. If built, the pipeline would tear through thousands of miles of
wilderness, farmland, and Native American tribal lands. The pipeline is
necessary for Canada to expand the tar sands oil industry in Alberta,
which has been called the dirtiest project on the planet. Without it they
do not have an economical way to get the dirty oil to US refineries.
A group of Texas landowners and direct action activists (
www.tarsandsblockade.org ) fighting the southern leg of the Keystone
pipeline have called for a week of action against tar sands profiteers
March 16-23. Katuah Earth First! is answering the call with a protest
against TD Bank. With 13 million shares, TD Bank is one of the top
investors in Transcanada, the company building the KXL pipeline.
Join us for a fun Friday afternoon fighting for the land, indigenous
rights, and climate justice!