Media Advisory - Santa, Elves to be arrested for delivering coal to 24 Sussex - Scolds Harper for North Pole meltdown and global warming



    
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    What:     Civil Disobedience Action (arrests expected)
    When:     Wednesday, December 12th, 2007, 6:30 p.m.
    Where:    PM's Residence, 24 Sussex Drive, Ottawa
    Source:   Santa Claus' Little Helpers
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    OTTAWA, Dec. 12 /CNW Telbec/ - Santa Claus and several of his elves will
visit 24 Sussex at 6:30 p.m., Wed. Dec. 12, during Kyoto climate talks in
Bali, Indonesia. The visit aims to stop the North Pole from melting due to
global warming.
    "I will make my trip to Ottawa 13 days early with great reluctance, but
due to absolute necessity," said Mr. Claus, who is speaking out for the first
time on what he sees as Canada's sabotage of the Kyoto climate talks in Bali.
At 24 Sussex, Santa and several of his elves will engage in nonviolent civil
disobedience to deliver lumps of coal to the Prime Minister's residence for
his abysmal failure in 2007 to reduce Canada's greenhouse gas emissions.
    "I've made a list and checked it twice and it's obvious to me that
Stephen has been very naughty," said Mr. Claus. "In fact, he's been downright
embarrassing to the people of Canada. All he cares about, it seems, is his
friends in the oil patch. For that, this Christmas, he deserves coal. My hope
is that he'll realize the error of his ways, and undergo transformative
redemption."




For further information:

For further information: Dylan Penner, ACT for the Earth (and Santa's
temporary spokesperson), Cell: (613) 859-6996; www.actfortheearth.org; Since
he is much too busy making gifts for all the world's children, and dealing
with the additional burden of the melting North Pole, Santa won't be available
for any advance interviews.


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