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A Board of Change panel "Oil Tankers and Pipelines: Good Business or Impending Disaster?"

Local social enterprise group Board of Change is hosting a panel to discuss the pros and cons of oil tanker traffic and pipelines through the Burrard inlet and up BC's coast.

Do the economic benefits outweigh the environmental risks? The question will be discussed by a panel including: 

Rafe Mair, political commentator and journalist

Art Steritt, Executive Director of the Coastal First Nations

Rex Weyler, author, journalist, and ecologist

Vivian Krause, researcher of "Rethink Campaigns" (to be confirmed)

To participate in this event tomorrow, register now. 

Where: SAPExecutive Briefing Centre, SAPSoftware,910 Mainland Street,VancouverBC, V6B 1A9

When: Thursday May 24, 5-7p.m.

Doors: 5 p.m. (drinks and light refreshments)
Panel & Discussion: 5:30-6:30 pm
Networking: 6:30-7:00 pm

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