PEI loses a veteran campaigner for the environment

Prince Edward Island has just lost a veteran campaigner for the environment. Muriel Siemers, who made her home in Stratford, passed away on Sunday. Muriel had recently brought her indomitable spirit and her wealth of knowledge to the task of educating Islanders about the dangers of fracking. Muriel, who was proud to have done her part to prevent uranium mining in Nova Scotia in the 1980s, was a shining example of an active senior in her later years, driving to meetings and even attending a public hearing on fracking last year in Nova Scotia. Her knowledge and wise guidance will be missed by many, including those of us on the committee of Don’t Frack PEI, and we will redouble our efforts in her name over the coming months.

Supporters of Don’t Frack PEI will be making a donation in Muriel’s memory to the QEH Foundation. If anyone would like to contribute to this, please click the green button and use the Donate button, and also send us an e-mail to indicate that you have made your donation in memory of Muriel.

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