All photos by Robin Dianoux. Hear and read the report on the march and the energy projects it opposes by Carla Green.
As the marchers enter Montreal on June 5th, 2014, they stop in front of a refinery that could process bitumen from the tar sands if the pipeline is constructed.
The march as it enters Montreal, June 5th, 2014.
Bag of one of the marchers.
The march as it enters Montreal.
People’s March for Mother Earth. June 6th, 2014.
As marchers enter Montreal on June 5th, 2014, they pass by a refinery that could process bitumen from the tar sands if the pipeline is constructed.
One of the marchers, resting after their arrival in a church that will accommodate them for their first stop in Montreal. June 5th, 2014.
Stuffed animals that have been splashed with black paint to represent the risks that the pipelines could pose to wildlife. June 5th, 2014.
Every day after their arrival at their destination the marchers sit in circle to debrief and discuss plans for the evening and the next day. June 5th, 2014.
Boy holding a puppet made for a demonstration that the marchers organized when they passed through Montreal on June 7th, 2014.
Demonstration that the marchers organized during their stay in Montreal, on June 7th, 2014. On the fake pipeline it reads “Stop the Tar Sands.”
The marchers passing through by a park as they leave Montreal, on June 8th, 2014.
Group picture of the marchers in a park as they leave Montreal, on June 8th, 2014.
Two of the marchers on “petition duty” trying to convince a resident of Laval to sign, near Montreal on June 8th, 2014.
The marchers dancing to the music of a brass band as they arrived at that day’s destination on June 8th, 2014.
Two marchers running with the March’s banner, on June 8th, 2014.