News | Divest McGill stages break-up with fossil fuels

On Valentine’s Day, 14 activists from Divest McGill – a student group responsible for orchestrating the fossil fuel and tar sands divestment campaign at McGill – gathered outside the Shatner building at 1 p.m. with large neon pink hearts and smaller hand-written humorous notes breaking up with unclean energy industries. They marched across campus, ending their walk on the steps in James Square. At 1:30 p.m. short skits were performed and a dance party ensued. The demonstration dissolved at 1:45 p.m.


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