Coming Soon in Niagara At Large – Niagara’s Conservation Authority at work, behind closed doors!

Also, would a code of conduct do the current administration of Niagara’s regional council any good?

More on this and other journeys in to the heart of darkness, to be posted here, in the days ahead on Niagara At Large

This Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority’s board of directors meeting this past Earth Week, behind closed doors – AGAIN

Stay Tuned!

Enjoy the weekend and this Saturday, April 29th, 2017, March for the Earth’s Climate in you can – Doug Draper, Niagara At Large

For more on a March for Climate event that you can participate this Saturday, April 29th in Buffalo, New York, click on – https://niagaraatlarge.com/2017/04/28/on-this-earth-week-a-message-from-the-mother-of-the-modern-day-environmental-movement/ .

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One response to “Coming Soon in Niagara At Large – Niagara’s Conservation Authority at work, behind closed doors!

  1. Also — for the Canadians amongst us — you can join the PEOPLE’S CLIMATE MARCH in Toronto: FIGHT TO PROTECT THE PLANET!!
    Join the People’s Climate March for jobs, justice and the earth at Allan Gardens at noon on Saturday (April 29) and march to the U.S. Consulate on University. Part of a North American Day of Action that also includes a massive rally in Washington, DC, Toronto’s event kicks off a week of education and mobilization. It’s hosted by the Urban Alliance on Race Relations and Toronto350.org. FREE. Noon-2 pm. 160 Gerrard, at Sherbourne. peoplesclimatecanada.ca/toronto.

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