Call on the Federal Government to divest from the Thirty Meter Telescope

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Sacred land is being desecrated to build a huge telescope atop the Mauna Kea mountain in Hawai’i — and Canada has a $243.5 million stake in it. [1]

Ground could break on the “Thirty Meter Telescope” any day. But Native Hawai’ians are determined to protect the mountain — which is culturally and spiritually significant for them. [2]

Scientists, students, and First Nation chiefs across Canada have spoken out in solidarity with land defenders in Hawai’i -- and they’re calling on the Canadian government to divest from this unnecessary, unwelcome and harmful project. [3][4]

A massive public outcry from everyday people across Canada, while opposition to the project is building, could convince our government to pull support for the telescope — and that could be the first step towards torpedoing this destructive project. 

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To Prime Minister Trudeau, Minister Navdeep Bains and Minister Kristy Duncan

Stand up for the rights of Native Hawai'ians and divest from this project that would destroy sacred Hawai'ian land.

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