On The line Documentary

On the Line – Enbridge Documentary Feb 23

2012 February 17, by Chapter Council

Ecojustice in partnership with the UVic Environmental Law Centre is  thrilled to present the critically-acclaimed documentary, “On the Line”  which offers an intimate look at the people and places that will be most affected if the Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline project  is approved.

Thursday, February 23, 2012
4:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Film starts at 5 p.m.
University of Victoria, Faculty of Law
Murray and Anne Fraser Building, Room 159 McGill Road, Victoria,
Lekwungen and WSANEC Territories.

Please RSVP to the Victoria film screening by clicking on the link  and registering via  our eventbrite site: http://onthelinevictoria.eventbrite.com

YOU ARE  INVITED to experience these wild spaces in all their natural glory for yourself and to better understand why Ecojustice is presenting at the public hearings on the basis that the Pipelines are unsafe, unsustainable and unnecessary.

Please also help us get the word out and forward the information about this event to your colleagues, friends and family.

The controversial Northern Gateway pipeline would scar some of British Columbia’s most breathtaking — and fragile — areas.

Filmmaker Frank Wolf and friend Todd McGowan walked, biked, rafted and kayaked the entire route the proposed pipeline would take — from the Alberta oilsands, through the Rocky Mountains,  over hundreds of rivers and streams, across one of the last  fully intact ecosystems on the planet, to the waters of the B.C.’s north coast.

See what they saw, hear what they heard, and discover what is truly at stake with this $5.5 billion project.

After the film Ecojustice lawyers will also be on hand to talk about our work in opposition of the pipeline.

Please note that this film is not yet rated.

Learn more about the film and Mr. Wolf by visiting:   http://www.onthelinemovie.com.