School closings and commuter rail headline Bells Corners community meeting, Sept. 29th

School closings and commuter rail headline Bells Corners community meeting, Sept. 29th
Posted on September 27, 2016 | Green Party of Ontario | Written on September 27, 2016
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Dear Nepean-Carleton residents,
 
Please join us for an important community meeting on public school closings in Nepean, bringing commuter rail to the National Capital region (including Nepean-Carleton) over existing rail lines, and the Energy East pipeline.
 
Green Party of Ontario leader Mike Schreiner will be on hand to speak about the education deficit in Ontario and how we can avoid closing local public schools in Nepean. Mike will also address the construction of the Energy East pipeline, which will pass through the south of our riding. 
 
Joseph Potvin from Moose Passenger Rail will be on hand too to talk to us about their plan to bring commuter rail to the National Capital Region. Moose is a private consortium commuter rail proposal that hopes to bring commuter rail to Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec. Moose hopes to have at least two stations in Nepean, including one in Bells Corners.
 
Visit Letsgomoose.ca for more information.
 
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EVENT DETAILS
 
What: Green Party of Ontario Nepean-Carleton 2016 AGM
 
When: 7 - 10 pm; Thursday, September 29, 2016
 
Where: Westcliffe Community Centre, 681 Seyton Drive in Bells Corners
 
More Info and to RSVP: Please contact James O'Grady at jogrady66(at)gmail.com
 
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Hope to see you there!
 
Your Nepean-Carleton Green Team
 
To learn more about the Green Party of Ontario, please visit our website at: www.gpo.ca.
 

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