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Why not enough ‘red tape’ = too much red ink: Mount Polley and the problem with de-regulation

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PostedAugust 21, 2014 by in Canada
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CFAX 1070’s Ian Jessop interviews Damien Gillis on the Mount Polley mine disaster and consequences of the BC Liberals’ de-regulation policy on the environment and economy. Why not enough ‘red tape’ leads to too much red ink for shareholders and taxpayers. (Aug. 20 / 20 min)

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    David McRae

    Deregulation has led to “0” monitoring of all resource extraction projects here in B.C. and will undoubtedly lead to further compromising of precious B.C. water-sheds. I strongly suspect that placing the environmental concerns of Canadian citizens the above the corporate bottom line will not happen without civil disobedience! If the bottom line of any resource extraction company is so fragile it can not stand to bend with strong Canadian environmental protection regulations then it is not a viable project to begin with and should not be allowed to proceed.





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