West Coast Environmental Law

May 07, 2013 14:48 ET

MEDIA ADVISORY: New Enbridge CEO to Face Tough Questions During AGM From BC and Alberta Delegation

CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - May 7, 2013) - Landowners, commercial fishers, workers and youth will join First Nations and environmental groups from BC and Alberta to bring their message directly to Enbridge new CEO Al Monaco at tomorrow's Enbridge Annual General Meeting. Representatives of the delegation attending the AGM will be available for media interviews prior to the meeting in Calgary on Wednesday, May 8 at 12:30 MST. The delegation is expected to be joined by local activists who are planning protests.

WHEN: Wednesday, May 8, 2013, 12:30 PM
WHERE: Metropolitan Conference Centre (outside), 333 4 Ave SW, Calgary
WHO: The BC and Alberta delegation to the Enbridge AGM includes:
  • Kandace Kerr, resident and landowner from Fort St James, BC
  • Don Boucher, Western Region Administrative Vice-President, Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union
  • Luanne Roth, long-time north coast resident and commercial fisherman
  • Gerald Amos, past elected chief of the Haisla First Nation, board member Friends of Wild Salmon, director of community relations Headwaters Initiative
  • Trevor Jang, 20-year old youth from Terrace, member of the Small Frog Clan of the Wet'suwet'en, award-winning creative writer.
  • John Ridsdale (Chief Na'Moks), Wet'suwet'en hereditary Chief of the Tsayu (Beaver) Clan
  • Maryam Adrangi, Climate and Energy Campaigner, Council of Canadians
  • Karen Tam Wu, Director of Programs, ForestEthics Advocacy
  • Brenda Belak, Staff Counsel, West Coast Environmental Law

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