Oil Sands in the Crude: Stripping Down the Issues

posted Mar 1, 2011, 6:24 PM by Guelph Sustainability Week   [ updated Mar 7, 2012, 9:52 AM ]
When: Thursday, March 29th @ 7:00pm
Where: War Memorial Hall on UofG campus

Oil Sands in the Crude: Stripping Down the Issues
A Panel Discussion on the social, economic, and environmental effects of the Alberta oil sands

Civic Imprints presents a panel discussion with Clayton Thomas-Muller, Indiginous Environmental Network, Don Thompson, Canadian Oilsands Limited, Terisa Turner, UofG Sociology and Anthropology Professor,  and Patrick Martin UofG Economics Professor. We will open up and deepen the discussion surrounding the oil sands and the implications it has for Canada’s economy, natural ecosystems, and people. Moderated by Nadeem Jaffer, this will be casual edge-of-your-seat event! Not to be missed!

The venue is War Memorial Hall at the corner of Gordon and College. Doors open at 6:30pm and the discussion will begin at 7:00pm sharp and go to 9:15pm.
This event is FREE, accessible, and open to everyone, so bring your friends!

Any questions or comments, please email us at citizen@uoguelph.ca