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PEI chapter sets up information display at farmer’s market

PEI chapter

Today’s information table.

The Council of Canadians PEI chapter set up an information display at the Charlottetown Farmer’s Market today.

They posted on a Facebook event page, “Learn about Council of Canadians PEI chapter campaigns. Pick up Council of Canadians materials. Sign up as a supporter. Pins & stickers to brighten up Spring.” Some of the Council of Canadians publications they had at their information display today can also be found here.

As a result of their efforts, 15 people signed up to be part of their chapter.

The PEI chapter protested C-51 last month.

The issues the PEI chapter has worked on in recent years include opposing fracking, C-51 (Harper’s “anti-terror” legislation), oil and gas development in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, genetically modified salmon, deep well irrigation, and Harper’s changes to Employment Insurance and cuts to public health care.

For more on the Council of Canadians PEI chapter, please see their Facebook page here. For more information about Council of Canadians chapters across the country, click here.