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ClimateChange Steves Feb 15
Almost everything the @ChristyClarkeBcc touched shows signs of mismanagement, from money laundering to ICBC to the Dam
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Susan DeSandoli Feb 13
Save 10.7 billion dollars in one easy decision - how many daycare places would that be? doesn't make any sense.
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Britton Jacob-Schram Feb 14
Replying to @jjhorgan
is spiraling out of control as you write this, CBC dug into Aecon this morning & I'm sure Treaty 8 Nations would love for you to implement unqualified . It's not too late to save the valley.
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Lindsay Brown Feb 18
The two biggest election issues in the 2017 BC election were housing affordability & the Site C dam. The failed us spectacularly on , which will damage BC's economy. In 2 days (the BC budget) we'll find out whether they've badly failed us on real estate too.
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#JusticeForColten - David & Laura Feb 18
Consent from every FN is required if you don’t want to be violating consent. Indigenous rights can’t be extinguished by Canadian law. Treaties have not been signed for most of B.C. The Canadian courts have not yet ruled on violations of Treaty 8:
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YooGwa Feb 17
Standing with us in 'heart and spirit" is not enough. You have the power to do more. Your approval of will put Indigenous women and girls at risk
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Susan DeSandoli Feb 13
Lets give a thought to the agriculture that will be lost with . Muskat Falls and Keeyask should have taught us about the folly of continuing with unnecessary hydro electric projects. We need the feds to step in, because BC is out to lunch (made with imported food.)
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ClimateChange Steves 20h
I can't believe is making the same mistakes as . 1st the approves flooding 8,300 acres of extremely rare class 1-3 alluvial soil at . Then Metro Vancouver farmland is left unprotected by the Foreign Buyers Tax. Again!
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YooGwa Feb 17
Replying to @jjhorgan
I hope with this awareness you'll remember how megaprojects like put Indigenous women and girls at risk.
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Lindsay Brown Feb 19
Dave Eby: "In the coming weeks & months, we will be announcing various initiatives to make the best of this terrible situation of a massive public infrastructure investment without any apparent customer for the electricity it will produce."
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Lindsay Brown Feb 19
It does seem to be signalling something, doesn't it. While not actually taking responsibility (leaves room open to blame BC Libs). But I was just wondering if it seems to others that there is discord between Eby and the Horgan/Meggs/Dan Miller pro crew.
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Site C Summit Feb 15
leads the way. you need to follow. folly can still be reversed. New info with need to redesign next big contract, geotechnical has not gone away , falling electricity prices, injunction coming,...
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ClimateChange Steves Feb 19
As the apparently hasn't decided what power from the Site C Dam will be used for it is important to first determine what it will NOT be used for. First and foremost, power should NOT be used for & the production of .
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Norm Farrell Feb 13
MGM Resorts and other Nevada corporations paid big money to leave the Nevada state grid to buy electricity on the open market. With rapidly rising prices, consumers will be finding BC Hydro rates worse than alternatives.
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Site C Summit Feb 18
We demanded take action to address gender and race-based violence in relation to their mega project . Now this is your project. Now make public your plans to prevent human trafficking and violence against women
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Norm Farrell Feb 13
BC Hydro raised residential rates 73% between 2007 and 2017, while inflation was 17%.
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Bill March Feb 18
“The truth is, lied to us. He is very close to violating the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. I describe him now as a serial liar.” - Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, Union of BC Indian Chiefs
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Bob Fedderly Feb 15
It is widely known that remediation costs of the dam were overstated by 50% at least. Deloitte and estimated $1.2B and $1.1B including comfortable "contingencies". Why was $2B the number put out? To mislead public on cost of termination?
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Norm Farrell Feb 20
BC Hydro issued one of their regular, winter and summer advisories that demand is at all time record levels. Except sales reported in annual and quarterly reports show that total and peak demand hasn't increased since 2005.
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Site C Summit Feb 20
Twenty six minutes: mega debt, loss of prime farmland, dismissal of indigenous rights, and massive destruction of the planet's biosphere.
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