Outdoor Recreation Council of BC

Outdoor Recreation Council of BC

March 16, 2016 17:30 ET

BC's Most Endangered Rivers: Sneak Peak of new 2016 List - Media Advisory

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - March 16, 2016) -

WHAT: Join renowned river advocate Mark Angelo at a special media event where he will provide an advanced look at BC's Most Endangered Rivers list for 2016. Mark, who is Rivers Chair of the Outdoor Recreation Council and founder of BC & World Rivers Day, will be available for advance interviews and a sneak peak of the new 2016 list prior to its official release later in the day.
WHEN: Thursday, March 17, 2016
10:30 am - 11:30 am
WHERE: At the foot of Swinburne Avenue (2200 block) off of Riverside Drive, North Vancouver.
DIRECTIONS: From the north end of 2nd Narrows Bridge, take Dollarton Highway going east, Turn left on Riverside Drive. Turn left on Swinburne Avenue to the river (or if parking limited, park on Riverside Drive).
HISTORY: This will be the 23rd edition of "BC's most endangered rivers" list, now issued every two years. The most extensive undertaking of its kind, the 2016 BC Most Endangered Rivers list represents the views of the 100,000 member Outdoor Recreation Council, the general public and numerous resource professionals.
VISUALS: One-on-one and scrum interviews, river footage, close up of a threatened fish, b-roll.

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