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Stop Line 9 Toronto is a network of residents in municipal Wards across the city working to pass a Bylaw to ban toxic unconventional crude (Diluted Bitumen and Bakken crude) from Toronto. The reason for the focus on Wards is to apply constituent pressure on each City Councillor to support such a motion. This focus is based on the principle that the applied power of people is the most effective way to change something.
The network is managed by a Facilitator and an Advisory Group which prepare materials for the campaign as well as a monthly Newsletter. These materials are available from our website for anyone wishing to use them. To participate in the campaign, send your name and postal code (or Ward) to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will connect you with others in your Ward.