MNN. Oct. 19, 2015. “The river of life has many falls, twists and turns and steep walls. We travel down it in our own way. The same has been from the very first day. I’ll stay in my canoe. You stay in your boat. I only hope you stay afloat. I’ll smile at you, you wave at me. We’ll continue on toward the sea”.
We all have a duty to take care of the natural world. Mayor Coderre and the Family Compact cannot violate the teiohateh, the law of the land, which gave them permission to life here. They are not following the treaty and risk being exposed as the rogue state they have become.
Everyone is welcome at the continuous fire vigil at the southern end of the Mercier Bridge that spans kaniatarowanon:onwe. Needed: wood, water, fruits, coffee. Contact these officials and tell them how you feel about their shit in the river.
Mayor Denis Coderre, 514-872-0311 firstname.lastname@example.org; David Heurtel, Quebec Environment Minister, 418-521-3830 email@example.com; Hon. Leona Aglukkaq, Environment Canada, Leona.firstname.lastname@example.org 613-992-2848. SUZANNE FORTIER, McGill 514-849-4179 email@example.com; Geoff Molson firstname.lastname@example.org 514-398-0333
Listen to: Thahoketoteh’s song about “The River”.