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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Next stop….Site C

https://mobile.twitter.com/ottawacarl/status/1035188252486119425 https://mobile.twitter.com/richardzussman/status/1035182901027979266 https://mobile.twitter.com/richardzussman/status/1035181356802748416 Yes, KinderMorgan has been squashed for now and Trudeau bought a pipeline to nowhere....but it's Zussman's tweet on Horgan that doesn't sit well. Horgan can have the win on tanker traffic,but Zussman may have forgotten how Horgan put First Nations concerns on site c aside quickly to make his decision to continue building …

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“Because if mamas don’t fight for the children…who will?”

Standing outside today admiring a sky so blue it felt like I hadn't ever seen one before, I suddenly felt such gratitude for something as simple as the clean,sea air filling my lungs. We take it for granted...and we shouldn't.  I've been coughing the last couple of days and although the heavy smoke has lifted here, my …

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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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