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ShowtimesApril 20:6:00 pm
After the mother orca Tahlequah carries her dead calf for 17 days, Indigenous leaders and scientists make a desperate attempt to protect the last 73 Southern Resident orcas from extinction. Witness the interconnected web of ecosystem collapse on the frontlines of the Pacific Northwest’s most pressing environmental threats: Fish farms, pipelines, dams, increasing vessel traffic, climate change, pollutants and centuries of injustice against Indigenous peoples are all connected. Documentary followed by 60-min panel discussion with Chief George Quocksister and other guests.
Tickets $8 for students/seniors, $10 general admission.Presented by Canadian Orca Rescue Society and Surfrider Foundation Canada. No Cinecenta passes will be accepted. Followed by a 60-min panel discussion with Chief George Quocksister and other guests.