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Every year this happens. At least no one got stabbed or seriously hurt this time around. The Chamber needs to get together collectively with the RCMP and come up with a plan.
Staying out of the village (like I did), isn't the answer.
Those $115 tickets must be going towards paying back the treasury for the $400,000 fines levied for the spill in 2005. (I always though the fine was too low considering the damage to the fishing)
From wiki - The Cheakamus River derailment occurred on August 5, 2005, when nine cars from a Canadian National Railway freight train derailed into the Cheakamus River in British Columbia. The cars contained approximately 40,000 litres of caustic soda (sodium hydroxide), which entered the river, killing more than 500,000 fish from 10 different species, including chinook salmon, coho salmon, pink salmon, and rainbow trout, both freshwater and ocean-dwelling.
Thank you Cathryn for writing such a well-balanced article.
Nearly half of Canadians do not support Idle No More and more than half of those with First Nations ancestry share the sentiment, a new poll suggests http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/01/21/al…
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