If 500 pledge $1 each, we get $5,000

Yesterday, Neil Young condemned oil sands developments, comparing their effects to Hiroshima. Pledge even $1 to The Tar Sands Reporting Project and help get more of this story out.

Neil Young photo from AFCN
Oil tanker in Burrard Inlet photo by Zack Embree
Yesterday, Neil Young condemned oil sands developments, comparing their effects to Hiroshima. Pledge even $1 to The Tar Sands Reporting Project and help get more of this story out.

With days remaining in the Tar Sands Reporting Project Kickstarter, a funder has stepped forward and pledged an additional $5,000,  if 500 people pledge even $1 each.  

Click here to pledge.  Your dollar/s will go far.   

400 people have pledged already and we've raised more than $1,000 since putting out the word about the matching grant.   

It's only $1 and will takes less than three minutes to pledge. 

For more information on the Tar Sands Reporting Project, go to Kickstarter.

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"A Strong Canada" photo from CBC

If you believe that stories have the power to touch peoples' hearts and minds, please pledge and spread the word on Facebook and twitter.

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