On September 27th, 2023 five First Nations (Muskrat Dam First Nation, Asubpeeschoseewagong First Nation/Grass Narrows, Wapekeka First Nation, Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug/Big Trout Lake First Nation, and Neskantaga First Nation) from Northern Ontario will come to Toronto to lead a march calling on Premier Ford to end unwanted mining activity on their Territories. These five strong First Nations have formed a historic alliance to protect their lands and waters in the face of mounting concerns about encroachment on their territories by mining exploration companies who have been enabled by the Ford Government.
Water Watchers in collaboration with Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG) , the Central Students Association (CSA), and the Guelph Students for Environmental Change (GSEC) are coordinating a bus from Guelph to Toronto and back to attend the march.
Purchase your bus ticket below to hold your spot
Pick-up/Drop-off Locations (Guelph):
9:00 AM Downtown Guelph, City Hall
9:15 AM University of Guelph, University Centre front entrance
The Bus will leave Queen's Park, Toronto at 4:00 PM to return to Guelph
Have access needs and require alternative transportation to attend this rally? Please reach out to OPIRG at: [email protected]
If cost is a barrier or you are a student, register for free here.
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