On the Line screens Thursday at Filberg Centre

The Comox Valley chapter of the Council of Canadians hosts a screening of the eco-adventure documentary On the Line.

The Comox Valley chapter of the Council of Canadians invites you to come watch a screening of the international award winning eco-adventure documentary On the Line.

Follow Frank Wolf and Todd McGowen on their self-propelled 2,000-kilometre journey tracking the route of the proposed Enbridge pipeline.

Starting at the tar sands and crossing over 700 pristine watersheds, they cover the entire route by foot, raft, bike and kayak to Hartley Bay at the mouth of the Douglas Channel.

Through the voices of the people they meet along the way and amazing photography, Todd and Frank introduce the world to this rare intact wilderness.

As one review states, “This film brings into sharp focus the people and lands that would be affected if Enbridge gets the go-ahead.”

This timely film will be screened this Thursday in the Seniors’ Lounge at the Florence Filberg Centre at 7 p.m. Discussion and refreshments will follow.

— Council of Canadians

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