Common Sense Canadian co-founder Rafe Mair appeared on CBC Kamloops Tuesday morning to discuss his upcoming tour, titled “WATER + POWER: The Future of BC’s Energy, Environment and Democracy.” A former Socred MLA and Environment Minister from Kamloops, Mair returns to his old community this evening to kick of afour-city tour in the lead-up to the BC election on May 14. “This is not like ordinary elections,” Mair told host Shelley Joyce. “We now are facing these enormous pipeline and tanker problems and we’re facing the bankruptcy of BC Hydro.”
The discussion – which begins at 7 pm on April 23 at the Desert Garden Seniors’ Centre in Kamloops – will cover everything from proposed oil and gas pipelines to fracking, Site C Dam, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and private river power projects…to an alternate vision for managing BC’s resources and economy to the benefit of the public and environment.
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