Vivian Krause returns to talk anti-pipeline activism June 14

Researcher and writer Vivian Krause returns to the Peace region later this month to discuss her findings on the role of foreign funding in landlocking Canada's natural resources.

Krause will speak in Taylor on June 14 as part speaking tour organized by The North Matters, Canada Action, and Together For LNG.

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Krause, who visited the region last spring, has made national headlines for her research into the ties between American charities and Canadian environmental activism. At a rally in Fort St. John last April, Krause told an audience that Canada risked being bullied out of the oil market without a swell of support for the industry across the country.

Krause will speak at the community hall in Taylor on June 14 starting at 7 p.m.

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