Langley Community Forum - Free! Family Friendly!!

  • Walnut Grove Secondary School 8919 Walnut Grove Drive


Join the Langley Chapter of The PIPE UP Network on Saturday March 8th from 12:00 to 5:30 for an afternoon of information, inspiration, skills building and time with your community. 

WHAT: Community Forum with Panelists, Opportunities to engage, and Workshops for Skill-building and Information Gathering

WHEN: Saturday March 8th from 12:30 - 5:30 (Doors at noon, speakers start at 12:30 sharp!)

WHERE: Walnut Grove Secondary 

HOW: Come for as much or as little of the programming as you like. Are all welcome.

WHAT ELSE: This event is free of charge!


WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS? - Bring them! Free childcare provided onsite.

We'll also be raffling off ~*~prizes~*~ from local businesses and community members!

ALSO: Coffee, tea, and baked goods hosted by Watershed Arts Cafe! 

More details including WORKSHOP info coming soon. : )


The Langley Chapter of The PIPE UP Network is proud to present the following speakers who are coming from this area, the lower mainland, and a couple who hail from Alberta. They'll be spending the day with you and your loved ones, all in the name of good solid information about oil economics, tar sands, the impact of Kinder Morgan upon this area, property values, and the work being done in BC and beyond to address a changing world and oil market. 

Register your free space here!


Andrew Nikiforuk: The real bottom-line of oil economics.
Economist and award winning author & journalist

Melina Laboucan-Massimo: Growing up in the shadow of the tar sands. Member of the Lubicon Cree (Peace River, Alberta), longtime tar sands educator

Liz McDowell: Property values & pipelines: Will your home be affected? CRED B.C. (Conversations for Responsible Economic Development)

Arno Kopecky: Northern Gateway's ground zero: Are we next? Journalist, travel writer & TED Presenter

Trenton Pierre: How does a pipeline proposal affect us now and in the future? Member of the Katzie First Nation, construction project coordinator & artist

Register your free space here:

This event will be held on the traditional and unceded Katzie, Kwantlen and Semiahmoo and Sto:lo territories.

Accessibility info:

This venue is wheelchair accessible, and there are wheelchair accessible washrooms onsite. 

PLEASE let us know if you have any accessibility requirements that we can meet to make this event accessible to you. 

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Don't forget to register your free space at this event!