Along the Pipeline Energy East Exhibit in Kenora
Don’t miss the powerful photo exhibition, “Along the Pipeline”, which puts a human face on the risky Energy East pipeline project. On Thursday, September 3 to Tuesday, September 8, join us in Kenora for an outdoor portrait tour of Canadians directly affected by the proposed Energy East tar sands pipeline.
When: Thursday, September 3 to Tuesday, September 8, from 11am-6pm (it will be closed overnight)
Where: Kenora Harbourfront Greenbelt, Lakeview Drive
Award-winning photographer Robert van Waarden photographed dozens of people who live in communities along the proposed pipeline route from Alberta to New Brunswick. The touching portraits include Kenora and Shoal Lake residents like Dick Tolton, a former oil patch worker-turned environmentalist with Transition Initiative Kenora, and Chief Fawn Wapioke of Iskatewizaagegan No. 39 Independent First Nation (Shoal Lake).
Copywright Robert van Waarden
After stops in Quebec and Ontario, Along the Pipeline is now coming to Kenora in partnership with Transition Initiative Kenora.
Event LocationKenora Harbourfront Greenbelt
Kenora Harbourfront Greenbelt
Trans-Canada Hwy/ Lakeview Drive
Kenora, ON P9N 1S4
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