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Pipeline protests in Langley

Katie Pearson and her 20-month-old daughter Rory Pearson joined a rally outside the office of MLA Mary Polak on Wednesday. Hundreds of people across B.C. took part in the Defend Our Coast day of action to protest the Gateway pipeline project. The Langley protest was organized by the Langley Teachers Association. - Natasha Jones/Langley Times
Katie Pearson and her 20-month-old daughter Rory Pearson joined a rally outside the office of MLA Mary Polak on Wednesday. Hundreds of people across B.C. took part in the Defend Our Coast day of action to protest the Gateway pipeline project. The Langley protest was organized by the Langley Teachers Association.
— image credit: Natasha Jones/Langley Times
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