Alberta aboriginals oppose B.C. Hydro's Site C dam project; say needs more study
At least six bands in the northern part of the province - supported by the Alberta government - have registered major concerns with B.C. Hydro's plans to build another dam on the Peace River, saying the utility still hasn't understood the effects of previous projects on the Athabasca Delta and refuses to study them.
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Qualicum Beach, Canada
#1 Mar 3, 2013
Incredulous how decisions of this magnitude can be made by a pack of uneducated trogolidites.Why don't we let the natives make every decision for this country? Afterall they do such a fine job of managing themselves.We should have let natural selection run its course and then we would never had to deal with them again.
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