We're about to connect the people and places across Canada

The Directly Affected team is travelling across Canada with Raincoast Conservation Foundation this June and July to continue capturing stories of those directly affected by proposed tar sands pipelines right here in BC and across Canada. We'll be posting updates and blogs about the journey here on our website and on the IndieGoGo campaign.

What would happen if people's voices were heard?

That's the question we asked over a year ago when we started making Directly Affected. Now, we're going to keep telling that story—your story—as we connect the people and places impacted by Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline and TransCanada's Energy East pipeline. 

Here's a quick look at our road trip, where we'll be screening Directly Affected and travelling to capture more content as we follow the story East.

  • San Juan Islands, WA — June 9, 10, 11
  • Hope, BC — June 18
  • Calgary, AB — June 20
  • Regina, SK — June 23
  • Winnipeg, MB — June 24
  • Thunderbay, ON — June 25
  • North Bay, ON — June 28
  • Ottawa, ON — June 29-30
  • Montreal, QB — July 2
  • Saint John, NB — July 4
  • Halifax, NS — July 6
  • Sydney, NS — July 8
  • Toronto, ON — July 11
  • Edmonton, AB — July 21

And just like the National Energy Board's recent cross-country tour to meet those who are concerned about energy infrastructure, we want to meet you.

If you're someone with a story, or there is something else you'd like us to look at, please fill out this form on our NationBuilder site (Beta), or comment below.