Lelu Island protest!


#1

westcoastnativenews.com/breaking … lu-island/


#2

Oh look its allycat1521 posting links again against LNG.


#3

LOL @ this “protest”


#4

LOL too funny hate to say this but it is Lax traditional tribal lands so any other native band saying otherwise means nothing LOL if Lax says they are satisfied with all the environmental conditions have been met, then all the other native bands opinions or protests mean absolutely nothing


#5

Lax is out there now ! Pay attention!


#6

The group out there is smaller than the group “protesting” FRPD at Fairview…nothing to see here basically.


#7

that article had the ppl asking other bands to join them in the protest , ie hartley bay


#8

In my opinion some of these people are hypocrites. They have something planned but won’t come out and say what it is.
thenorthernview.com/news/320952941.html


#9

they are planning on bidding for the electrical part of the LNG project, for Petronas has stated local business’s and if they are native owned or joint ventured would get preference if they are competitive in the bids, for it is cheaper for them to have local contractors then to have them stay in work camps, so they are thinking ahead for they are a big company that works in the oil fields and would love to do the LNG plant


#10

This is a noble cause folks to no avail as the govt of BC along with the feds have made this project a must do and the Regulations and Laws are in place for this to be built. As part of the Feds National Energy Strategy which gives all power to the govt to do what it wishes to make the laws work for the whole country. The key here is the WHOLE country and not some individuals who love the fish. Many love the fish and the habitat but all of us need to stay warm, cook food, drive and use all of the products derived from O & G. So please do not think for a minute the protest will do anything to stop it. Let’s all get real and work together with PR and Pt Ed and all those businesses that stand to grow and prosper. We need continue to lessen our impact on mother earth and in the mean time, start building for a future in the community and maybe by the time they have built all the 4 or how many facilities we just may be a lot closer to a renewable solution to our global warming problems. We can start here in PR and even be a bit more like Pt ED and start cleaning up our back and front yards and the most understaded,… stop dumping shit into the ocean. Where are the protests for sewage in the harbor!!!

Who wants join a “IN Favor of LNG” camp on Lelu Island It’s a right to assemble and in this case maybe a should do… And that message has been very quiet if non existent in this region. Oh a few press statements to keep the advertizing dollars coming in from the industry, 2 mayors and a few journalist.


#11

Who wants join a “IN Favor of LNG” camp on Lelu Island It’s a right to assemble and in this case maybe a should do… that message has been very quiet if non existent in this region.


#12

would love to but why give the protester anymore media coverage, when he finds out no one is interviewing him he will go back home.


#13

It’s called “adult life responsibilities”.

Must be a foreign concept for those involved or supporting the anti-LNG encampment.