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Milky Chance supports our Indigenous-led coalition

On May 31, rock band Milky Chance, Sierra Club Canada Foundation, and Greenpeace joined our Indigenous-led coalition in a demonstration of solidarity against Metrolinx's plan to run an elevated guideway through the Eglinton Flats.


Lead by Dr. Hopi Martin (Edge of the Bush) and Turtle Island Carers of Fire, Milky Chance worked alongside ENAGB’s Indigenous youth, Sierra Club Canada Foundation, and Greenpeace volunteers to honour and ceremonially grieve the hundreds of trees due to be destroyed by the pending construction, by tying ceremonial ribbon in the surrounding urban forests.



Courtesy the Sierra Club Canada Foundation


Milky Chance also assisted with tending to ENAGB’s lodge grounds by the Humber River.



Courtesy the Sierra Club Canada Foundation



Milky Chance on their involvement:


Courtesy the Sierra Club Canada Foundation


Stop the Trains in our Parks spokesperson, Neiland Brissenden, discusses the day with Milky Chance, Greenpeace and the Sierra Club:



Courtesy the Sierra Club Canada Foundation

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