Christ, that's today! I really wish I could help (I really want to get involved in more events) but I live in Peterborough, I don't have my driver's license and I just found out about this two minutes ago! I feel bad about this...I think I should start putting up posters whenever an issue like this comes up around my hometown and see what reaction it brings (if there's any reaction at all). Well, if it helps, I've never been to Red Lobster and I don't plan on going in the future. I don't like supporting any kind of major corporations, anyways. It makes me feel guilty because they already make so much a day and they're usually the ones responsible for crushing any small business who happens to sell similar products. It makes me sick, actually.
Now I feel like promoting: If anyone's ever in the Peterborough area, and feels like having a coffee, Dreams Of Beans is a small cafe business who makes excellent coffee and treats (my favourite cafe of all time). The Spill is also a great cafe, especially at night time as they play live bands from around the city. Scholar's Books - a great used book store, Blue Streak - An excellent old record store, Titles Bookstore & Titles Lounge - A crookedy, old, fashionable little bookstore and (from the outside) a intimate-looking lounge and Chumleighs - a rundown little used CD and movie shop with surprisingly large selection.
As for the seals issue, well it's obviously disgusting that they do it, and it's obnoxiously greedy. If they really wanted seafood, why do they have to go ahead and hunt more animals then what has already been killed (for the fish industries)? Why don't they just...go to Red Lobster? It's f**ked up, but when you think about it, EVERYTHING is. The fact that there's even a Red Lobster is, and the fact that we are forced to accept that millions upon millions of fish are killed specifically for serving in restaurants like Red Lobster is. Thinking about all of the f**ked up things that are happening at this instant disturbs me beyond words, but there is no way we could possibly prevent them from happening. But, I suppose trying is admirable.
I wish you luck, if anything.