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Petition: designate David Dunlap Observatory lands a National Historic Site

24 Aug 2009, 20:43 UTC
Petition: designate David Dunlap Observatory lands a National Historic Site
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Image from WikipediaByron Wilfert, the Member of Parliament representing Richmond Hill, is sponsoring a petition "Protect the David Dunlap Observatory Lands" to get the David Dunlap Observatory (DDO) lands designated as a National Historic Site. This is the beginning of a process that will hopefully lead to designation of the lands. The lands contain more than the Observatory and are also of historical and environmental interest.There are no particular restrictions on who can sign the petition such as age or location; however, the more people from Richmond Hill and Canada sign the better.Click here for the petition itselfSummary of DDO petition at the MP's siteThe MP's site welcome pageThe petition is hosted by petitiononline.com.Privacy note: All of the information you provide will be public except for your email address which can be set as (1) private - the default, (2) available to the Petition Author, and (3) public. I'd recommend either option (2) or (1). At a minimum you must provide your name and email to sign the petition. All other information is optional.While I didn't provide comments or a phone number, I did give my address as my city and I made my email address available to the petition ...

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