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Over 100 attend Penticton rally against Northern Gateway pipeline project

Julia Pope leads participants in vocal opposition during Wednesday
Julia Pope leads participants in vocal opposition during Wednesday's rally against the Enbridge pipeline project near MLA Bill Barisoff's constituency office at Riverside Drive. Over 100 people turned up for the event. Two of the protesters met with Barisoff afterwards however the media was not allowed inside. Similar rallies were held in more than 60 other communities throughout the province.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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