Community Dinner at the Watch House

Stand with Kwantlen and PIPE UP friends, family, and allies are invited to a community dinner at the Watch House on Burnaby Mountain.

When: April 11 @ 4pm

Where: Soccer Field near watch house  

Why: Come and learn about the watch house and eat dinner with a group of fabulous people. 

Bring a chair and something to share if you can!

A Watch House, (“Kwekwecnewtxw” or “a place to watch from” in the henqeminem language, used by members of the Coast Salish Peoples) is grounded in the culture and spirituality of the Coast Salish Peoples. It is a traditional structure they have used for tens of thousands of years to watch for enemies on their territories and protect their communities from danger.

Today, this danger is Kinder Morgan’s new pipeline from the Alberta tar sands, which seeks to cross Indigenous and Coast Salish traditional territories despite the fact that more than half of Indigenous communities along the pipeline’s route have refused consent for the project. It would also mean a seven-fold increase in tanker traffic in the Salish Sea, bringing hundreds of tankers through the Burrard Inlet each year.

WHEN
April 11, 2018 at 4pm - 7pm
WHERE
Watch house - Burnaby 200 soccer field
8505 Forest Grove Dr
Burnaby, BC V5A 4H5
Canada
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Justine · · 6047732416
5 RSVPS
Shane Dyson Elizabeth Gillies Gary Beattie

Will you come?








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