Guest post: Journey to the sacrifice zone of site C

** As the Moberly/Prophet River Site C treaty infringement injunction hearings continue this week in Vancouver, I was reminded of how little many people still know about the area, the people & wildlife impacted by the dam. I saw her photos a while ago and Louise was kind to share them here in this photoblog …

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“BC is just 4.5 million people sharing a planet with seven billion others…” aka How to justify LNG expansion in BC in the middle of a state of emergency

  "From flood to fire to flood and then again to fire," he said. "And we have had two states of emergency. That's unprecedented." "That speaks to the changing environment we live in and the ravages of climate change." ( Sounds good right?? But wait...just wait for it..keep reading... L.Y) When asked how the province can …

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The soul of our province is as much where we have been…as where we are going.

Walking to the water's edge, we quickly kicked off our flip-flops and waded into the deliciously cool ocean water...seaweed bits of all colour swirled around our feet as we dug our toes into the sand, relishing the spa like gentle scrubbing. Looking up, I tossed my hair over one shoulder and simply took in the …

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Because they feared ‘memes and rap’.

Yes...memes and rap... https://mobile.twitter.com/liam_britten/status/1021462519355863040   How could I not? No footage. No transcripts. Nothing to do with the court hearings at all to be safe... Just a little story about Site C. 😉 ( To the Fresh Prince of Bel Air)     Now this is a story, all about how Some folks lives got …

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