Farmers and First Nations fought this project alone for years. Now people in Vancouver are waking up to the threat posed by a third dam on the Peace River. We hear from three speakers opposed to Site C.
Ben Parfitt addressed the bad economic prospects of Site C, Morag Keegan-Henry put out a call to action to people in the Lower Mainland, and Emma Gilchrist of desmog.ca talked about parallels with the disastrous Muskrat Falls project in Labrador.
They were recorded on Oct. 26 in Vancouver at an event organized by the Council of Canadians and the Wilderness Committee.
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