Berry, David
June 2010
Alberta Views;Jun2010, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p33
The article reports on the protest of Greenpeace International activists in Alberta. It states that the environmental group occupies a warehouse along Edmonton's Calgary Trail and has been on the headlines because of their media stunts which includes rappelling in Edmonton's High Level bridge and unrolled the group's banner. It also says that the group also rapelled from the ceiling of the annual Premiere's Dinner in Alberta.


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