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Program Title: Future of Mining in British Columbia:Cooperation Not Conflict
Description: This panel was hosted by the First Nations Women Advocating Responsible Mining (FNWARM) and the Environmental Law Club at the University of Victoria, on occupied Coast Salish Territories, BC.
This is the opening statements of the public panel between First Nations leaders, government and industry ... even though the government rep cancelled that day on October 6th, 2011. Comments were made on past, present and future concerns about mining practices from various points of view.
Thanks to everyone who spoke up that night and also, to those who shared their prayers.
For more information on BC mining and the renewed proposal re: Prosperity mine at Fish Lake, contact www.fnwarm.com and //fonv.ca/activities/fishlake/
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Uploaded: 22 Oct, 2011
Recording Date: 6 Oct, 2011
Recording Location: occupied Coast Salish territories, Victoria, BC
Topical for: Timeless
Status: Raw, unedited
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