Scolding BC's 'Forces of No,' Our Premier Crassly Divides Us
When it comes to LNG, her story is us against them. But in the Skeena, a powerful counter-narrative is rising.
Our premier actually said something true last week.''The world is being divided into two,'' Christy Clark told reporters in Vancouver on the heels of an historic Salmon Nation Summit in Prince Rupert. There, a powerful coalition of First Nations leaders, scientists, citizens, elected officials, sport and commercial fishermen and environmentalists declared Lelu Island, at the mouth of the Skeena River, off limits to industrial development.
Our premier's reaction was to label them ''the forces of no.''