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    Source:  S.O.S. Massif du Sud

    S.O.S. MASSIF DU SUD! SAVE OUR REGIONAL PARK  

    Source:  S.O.S. Massif du Sud | Environment, Events, Quebec

    GRAND GATHERING
    JUNE 21, 2010
    AT THE RANCH DU MASSIF DU SUD
    IN CHAUDIÈRE-APPALACHES
    QUEBEC

    You are invited to join a gathering at the Ranch du Massif du Sud, where its owners, Aboriginal Metis People, invite you to its Grand Gathering on June 21, 2010, that coincides with National Aboriginal Day.

    Come to support the determination of the Ranch to protect the biodiversity of the Parc régional Massif du Sud, endangered by the wind industry; two wind farm projects totaling 175 MW are set to be installed at the Massif du Sud, where more than one hundred wind generators, 120 metres tall, are slated to be built.

    Come and support the Ranch to preserve its rights of way in the park, to preserve the natural quality of the Park and the integrity of its water system.

    A number of aboriginal activities will be held at the gathering to strengthen the relationships between the different groups that have a common goal to protect their territory and our Mother Earth.

    For information: 418-469-2900 or 418-523-5022; www.chevaux.com

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