October 18, 2013
CRADLED ON THE WAVES: THE GULF AT RISK
Save Our Seas and Shores PEI is pleased to announce Cradled on the Waves: The Gulf at Risk, public talks and discussions in four locations across Prince Edward Island, October 15-18. The talks will be led by Sylvain Archambault, a highly-respected expert on oil and gas issues in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Cradled on the Waves: The Gulf at Risk talks will be held:
• Tuesday, October 15, Ecole La-Belle-Cloche, 95 Route 310, Fortune Bridge, Kings County, 7:00-9:00 p.m.;
• Wednesday, October 16, Tyne Valley Fire Hall, 7078 Rte. 12, Tyne Valley, 7:00-9:00 p.m.;
• Thursday, October 17, North Rustico Lions Club, 17 Timber Lane, North Rustico, 7:00-9:00 p.m.;
• Friday, October 18, Farm Centre, 420 University Ave., Charlottetown, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
All are welcome to come out and learn about current research on the state of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and discuss what needs to be done to protect it.
Sylvain Archambault co-founded the St. Lawrence Coalition in 2010. The St. Lawrence Coalition and Save Our Seas and Shores work together in the five eastern provinces to try to protect the Gulf from oil and gas exploration and to work towards a sustainable future for this fragile ecosystem. Mr. Archambault’s in-depth research on oil and gas issues is widely recognized. He was recently invited to speak at the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystems Conference in New Orleans, USA. He is fully bilingual.
Cradled on the Waves: The Gulf at Risk public talks are co-sponsored by Women for Environmental Sustainability. Light refreshments will be served. For further information, check the PEI page on saveourseasandshores.ca or contact Ellie Reddin, 566-3600, firstname.lastname@example.org .