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Join Ethan Hawke- Help Save Right Whales & Save The Gulf of Saint Lawrence
We need your help. Please sign Sierra Club Canada’s letter and share this message to get our leaders to finally hear the deafening blasts that whales endure every single minute of every day when seismic blasting is happening.
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For immediate release: May 9th, 2019
Ethan Hawke Lending His Voice to Film, New Campaign to Protect Whales and Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Halifax, NS – Starchild Production’s new film The Vanishing Call of the Right Whale featuring Ethan Hawke and Dr. Linda Weilgart will premiere on May 14th in Halifax, NS. The film will kick off a new campaign to protect endangered whales in Canadian waters from the impacts of seismic blasting.
WHO: Save Our Seas and Shores, Sierra Club Canada Foundation, Starchild Productions, Sierra Club US, Clean Ocean Action Committee
WHAT: The Vanishing Call of the Right Whale Film Screening & Campaign Launch.
WHERE: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Windsor Foundation Theatre (Granville St. Entrance), Halifax NS
WHEN: 10:30 AM – 12:00 NOON, Tuesday May 14th, 2019
Please note Ethan Hawke will not be attending this event.
For more information, please contact:
Mary Gorman, Save Our Seas and Shores Coalition, firstname.lastname@example.org 902-759-5963
Gretchen Fitzgerald, Sierra Club Canada Foundation, email@example.com 902-444-7096
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