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SUPPORT:

The House of Luutkudziiwus, Gitxsan First Nation, is building camp Madii 'Lii to prevent industrial development on its territory. This will effectively shut down the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project. To help build the camp, go to km 15 on the Suskwa Forest Service Road near New Hazelton. Gifts of non-perishable food are also welcome. To donate financially, email camp.madiilii@gmail.com, or drop off your donation at the Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition Office in Hazelton.

Visit the camp at km 15 on the Suskwa Forest Service Road, near New Hazelton, BC.

Visit the Camp
Facebook page, and watch for its website launch, soon.

HANDS-OFF BC PARKS!

With no public consultation, the BC government passed legislation that amended the BC Park Act to permit industrial development in BC's provincial parks. The amendments allow the Minister to use his/her discretion as to whether a particular proposal is detrimental to a park and public interest.

If you care,

Email
Premier Clark and Environment Minister Polak.

CELEBRATE!:

View a
slideshow of the LNG information session at Hagwilget Bridge, April 25, 2014.

COMMENT:

If you would like to register your opposition to the proposed LNG industry, please feel free to use the Social Licence Veto tool.

Tell Petronas to get lost and leave Lelu Island and Skeena salmon alone.
Sign
this online declaration.


SIGN ON:

Put up a "NO LNG" sign on your property. For a minimum donation of $5.00, signs are available at Stephens Building Supplies, Art and Antler, and the SWCC office in Hazelton, and at Mountain Eagle Books in Smithers. Or contact No More Pipelines and we will ship you the artwork so that you can print your own.


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READ:

Educate yourself. Many organizations are at work, analyzing the implications of Canada's and BC's fossil fuel energy policies. To learn about what some researchers are saying, read the publications found at
this link.


WRITE:

Use the
Social Licence Veto tool to communicate your opposition to the proposed LNG industry.