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StopEsso: Look for a Franchise Opening Soon

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Have a look at StopEsso, a quirky Canadian website working to organize a boycott of ExxonMobile’s Canadian subsidiary, Esso. There isn’t much information on the site about the organizers, so I have emailed looked for more and will report out when I hear back. In the meantime, my favourite part of the site is this invitation:

“Join in with other volunteers and campaigners in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal and other locations or start your own group – contact [email protected] for Franchise Opportunities!”

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