It took a few days, but these lawn signs are now more abundant than natural gas pipeline proposals. Signs are popping up everywhere in the Hazelton area. Get yours in Hazelton at Stephens Building Supplies, Art and Antler, and the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition office. In Smithers, pick up a sign at Mountain Eagle Books. No More Pipelines asks for a minimum $10.00 donation to cover the cost of each sign, and to create seed money for the next printing. Have a look at our Facebook page to see others who have "signed on." Contact us and we will email you the artwork so that you can print your own signs.
No More Pipelines business cards, which include the two images immediately above and below this text, are also available. You can leave them everywhere. Call it littering with a purpose. Or, you can mail one each to Premier Clark and Minister of Hot Air (Natural Gas), Rich Coleman.
Contact us and we will mail you some.