Par­tial col­lapse of ma­te­rial on Haskell Hill Road

Stanstead Journal - - LENOXVILLE NEWS - Sher­brooke

The Que­bec trans­port depart­ment would like to re­mind the pub­lic to re­spect the safety perime­ter that has been set up in the sec­tor near route 108143 where there has been a par­tial col­lapse of sur­plus ma­te­rial on the Haskell Hill Road in the Bor­ough of Len­noxville.

The ob­ser­va­tions made last Fri­day by the depart­ment’s geotech­ni­cal ser­vices in­di­cated that new move­ments of ma­te­rial could re­cur at the site al­ready im­pacted. Cit­i­zens are be­ing asked to avoid the area to fa­cil­i­tate the sup­ple­men­tary ex­per­tise work and the work to make the area safe.

Wed­nes­day, Jan­uary 27, Naomi Klein will give the last lecture of the 2015-16 Don­ald Lecture Se­ries at Bishop’s Univer­sity.

Ms. Klein will speak about one of the most pro­found threats hu­man­ity has ever faced: the war our eco­nomic model is wag­ing against life on earth. Ms. Klein is a Cana­dian jour­nal­ist, so­cial ac­tivist, and film­maker known for her political analy­ses and crit­i­cism of cor­po­rate glob­al­iza­tion and of cor­po­rate cap­i­tal­ism. Her in­ter­na­tion­ally best-sell­ing books are No Logo, and The Shock Doc­trine and This Changes Ev­ery­thing: Cap­i­tal­ism vs. the Cli­mate, a New York Times non-fic­tion best­seller and the 2014 win­ner of the Hi­lary We­ston Writ­ers' Trust Prize for Non­fic­tion. The New York Times called it “the most mo­men­tous and con­tentious en­vi­ron­men­tal book since Silent Spring.” Well-known Cana­dian jour­nal­ist, so­cial ac­tivist, and film­maker Naomi Klein will be speak­ing at Bishop’s Univer­sity on Wed­nes­day, Jan­uary 27, wind­ing up the 2015-2016 Don­ald Lecture Se­ries.

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