Chip in to get Wilkinson to slam the brakes on TMX

We have a new opportunity to push back and slam the brakes on TMX construction. The new Environment Minister, Jonathan Wilkinson, represents North Vancouver -- just a few kilometres down the coast from the tanker terminal. With your help, we can show him that rushing the pipeline through could hurt him with voters in his home riding.1

We’ve prepared a hard hitting ad with an image of a fiery, oil tanker spill and reserved a billboard at the Seabus Terminal in North Vancouver - a busy public transit hub that thousands of Minister Wilkinson’s constituents pass every single day on their commute.2

It will remind Wilkinson and his consituents that when there’s a tanker spill, tar sands sludge would end up on the shore of their parks, homes, and schools. It’s a chilling wake up call -- and could be what it takes to turn up public pressure on Minister Wilkinson to hit the brakes on the project.

Will you chip in to get this hard-hitting ad up in Minister Wilkinson’s riding and help slam the brakes on TMX?

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