One year ago this week, Prime Minister Trudeau made British Columbia’s coast and waterways a sacrifice zone by approving Kinder Morgan’s tar sands pipeline and tankers proposal. Since then, what’s changed?
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Site C has become a pressure cooker and cabinet ministers are clearly feeling the heat. They’re facing a monumental decision on Site C in the coming days and are facing intense lobbying by pro-Site C, big-money insiders. We’ve been doing everything we can to counter the spin and ensure cabinet makes the right decision on Site C.
With a decision on whether to complete or cancel the Site C dam imminent, Sierra Club BC calls for the provincial cabinet to consider its impacts on downstream Indigenous communities.
December 6: Craft beer + Craft food + Good people + Good Cause = Good times!
Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada’s largest World Heritage Site, was classified as having the worst conservation outlook in all of Canada and the second worst conservation outlook of all North American World Heritage Sites as a result of risks including the Site C dam and oil sands development.
Over the past eight months, Kirsten and I have been honoured to collaborate with Charlene George (kQwat’st’not), an educator and textile artist from T’Sou-ke, a community that bridges the Coast Salish and Nuu-Cha-Nulth territories.