Fractured Land evening

Fractured Land

Join in an informative night of film and guest speakers to learn more about the implications of LNG expansion in Richmond and Delta and how it relates to the Massey Tunnel Replacement Project.

The evening features a special screening of the award-winning Fractured Land, made by BC film-makers Damien Gillis and Fiona Rayher. It tells the story of Caleb Behn, a young Dene lawyer, and the effect of fracking for LNG in Northern BC on his people’s land. The film follows Caleb as he seeks to discover how to reconcile the fractures within himself, his community and the world around him, blending modern tools of the law with ancient wisdom. Trailer here.

After the film, a panel of speakers will “connect the dots” between fracking, LNG expansion and the bridge proposal. We will also discuss what actions we can take to protect the Fraser River and our communities.

Date: Thursday April 21, 2016

Time: Doors at 6:30. Program begins at 7 p.m.

Venue: Ralph Fisher Auditorium, north end of Richmond Hospital, 7000 Westminster Highway, Richmond, B.C. Unceded Coast Salish Territory.


  • Everyone welcome.
  • Wheelchair accessible.
  • No admission charge—donations accepted.
  • Refreshments served.


  • Canada Line: Lansdowne Station, walk to corner of No 3 Road & Westminster Hwy and then west to 7000 Westminster Hwy. The location is at the corner of Gilbert and Westminster.
  • Buses: many buses run along No.3 Road—check schedules.
  • Parking: Free event parking in the gravel lot, SE corner of Westminster Hwy and Gilbert.
  • Bike racks: Near entrances

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