There are many ways you can get involved and help oppose the irresponsible plan to put an airport and economic development on our best foodland. Choose from the categories below or get in touch with us directly and find out more, including how to become a volunteer.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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There is no active petition at the moment, but please check out the other ways you can help. And thank you for wanting to help the cause.
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Health Plus Nutrition Centre
145 Kingston Rd E., Unit 8
Ajax (south side of Hwy 2, across the street from Costco, in the Appleby’s mall)
There are several ways to be heard
- You can phone your Member of Parliament and state your opposition to this plan.
- You can email:
- Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario
- your MPP
- John Henry, Durham Regional Chair
- Dave Ryan, Mayor, City of Pickering
- You can also write letters to:
- the Prime Minister
- your MP
- other MPs (in particular, Ministers and critics responsible for Transport, Finance, the Environment and Climate Change, and Agriculture)
Every donation counts. We guarantee that 100% of the dollars you donate will go to fighting wasteful, irresponsible political decisions that would destroy a large tract of Class 1 farmland – a non-renewable resource – on the borders of a national park and Canada’s largest urban centre.
The easiest way to donate is on PayPal, using Visa or MasterCard.
Or send a cheque to:Land Over Landings
4560 Sideline 22, RR 5
L1Y 1A2 Call us at 905-649-2433
Or e-mail us at email@example.com
Thank you so much for your support!
Put pen to paper or fingers to keys
Write letters or comment online whenever articles or blogs promote an airport or other development on north Pickering’s prime farmland.
The news media, as well as their audiences, need to hear that there’s another side to the story, and that protecting farmland — the land that feeds us — is crucial in this age of unprecedented population growth and climate change.
Tip: Short letters are always more likely to be printed.