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| July 5, 2014
| June 26, 2014

Tsilhquot'in win landmark case at the Supreme Court of Canada

Photo: flickr/Arnaud GD
The Supreme Court of Canada grants declaration to Tsilhquot'in that they have Aboriginal title to their lands and that the BC Forestry Act does not apply over their lands.

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Grand Chief Stewart Phillip on LNG pipelines: Part 7 of a 7-part series

June 19, 2014
| Grand Chief Stewart Phillip is in his fifth three-year term as the President of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs. He stands with Elders of Treaty 8 against oil and gas development in the Peace River.
Length: 15:46 minutes (14.44 MB)
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Susan Spratt on LNG pipelines: Part 6 of a 7-part series

June 19, 2014
| Susan Spratt is the former Area Director for CAW/Unifor. She is now retired and is devoting all her energy to defeating proposed pipelines and LNG projects.
Length: 11:56 minutes (10.93 MB)
Image: Flickr/Chris Yakimov
| June 17, 2014
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Damien Gillis on LNG pipelines: Part 5 of a 7-part series

June 18, 2014
| Damien Gillis is a Vancouver-based journalist and documentary filmmaker with a focus on energy issues. He is currently working on the documentary, Fractured Land.
Length: 11:40 minutes (10.69 MB)
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Tracey Saxby on LNG pipelines: Part 4 of a 7-part series

June 18, 2014
| Tracey Saxby is one of the founders of the Squamish-based community group, My Sea to Sky, which started in response to widespread concern about the proposed Woodfibre LNG project.
Length: 09:26 minutes (8.65 MB)
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Joyce Williams on LNG pipelines: Part 3 of a 7-part series

June 18, 2014
| Joyce Williams is from the Squamish First Nations and is a member of Skwomesh Action formed early this year to build resistance to increased tanker traffic that threatens the Salish Sea.
Length: 06:29 minutes (5.94 MB)
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Shannon McPhail on LNG pipelines: Part 2 of a 7-part series

June 17, 2014
| Shannon McPhail is the Executive Director of the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition. She lives and works in the Skeena Watershed, where her family has lived for six generations.
Length: 13:12 minutes (12.09 MB)
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