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Tyandaga Environmental Coalition hosting meeting Nov. 16 to protect Burlington greenbelt, stop the quarry expansion

The Tyandaga Environmental Coalition is hosting a free community meeting Nov. 16 in its continued effort to stop the quarry expansion on King Road backing onto the Tyandaga neighbourhood.

The meeting features remarks from Gord Miller, the former Environmental Commissioner of Ontario, David Donnelly, an environmental lawyer & former Director of the Canadian Defense Fund, and other health and environmental experts.

NOVEMBER 16th 7:00 P.M. CROSSROADS CENTRE

RSVP – TECBurlington@gmail.com

Learn more about the TEC here: Tyandaga Environmental Coalition

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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  1. As a person who has had a long connection to and interest in the natural world, I wish everyone good luck in getting this changed. However, the more hard-headed legal side of me also recognizes that you face an uphill battle.

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