Site C and Climate Mobilization: Join Seth Klein, Elizabeth May and Anjali Appadurai for a Conversation.

Site C is at a critical juncture again.  The newly elected government of British Columbia will need to decide to terminate the project or commit billions more and forfeit significant financial savings, a fertile valley and respect for Indigenous rights and title.

The project is being reviewed by Peter Milburn a former Deputy Minister of Finance and of Highways.  

We expect his findings will arrive in late November or early December.  They are likely to be damning with enormous cost escalations and serious, possibly fatal, engineering challenges.

Please let Premier Horgan know that you want Milburn’s report to be made public in full.  The public has every right to know the state of the trouble we are in and the full costs to proceed.  

We don’t care how much has been spent to this point.  We don’t want to go further into debt on Site C with everything we know pointing to termination.

Click here to send John Horgan an email.

Thanks for considering,

Jackie Larkin and Steve Gray

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As we watch the fires still burning in Colorado and California, many of us are anxious about the future our children and grandchildren will inhabit. Government leaders have proclaimed a climate emergency and yet it still feels like business as usual.  “Our house is on fire", as Greta Thunberg reminds us regularly, but there are no fire engines in sight.   

Scientists tell us that we have approximately 10 years to turn everything around and get on a path that will take us to a Zero Carbon economy. Can it be done?   

Seth Klein’s new book, A Good War, is structured around lessons from the Second World War – the last time Canada faced an existential threat. Canada’s wartime experience, Klein contends, provides an inspirational reminder that we have done this before. We have mobilized in common cause across class, race and gender, and entirely retooled our economy in the space of a few short years. 

Join us for an important ZOOM conversation with Seth Klein, Elizabeth May and Anjali Appadurai, three prominent Canadian activists who will offer their perspectives on the climate crisis and the role we can play to mitigate its impacts and create a bold new vision based on justice and right relationship with our Earth. 

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How can we pull together as we did during WW2, to fight our common enemy, global warming? 

Monday, November 30, 2020 - 20:30