Thought I’d better do a quick post on all of the exciting developments in the media.  We have finally broken into the southern media… and have done so with a fury.

The following links will show what has been going on in the Victoria Times Colonist lately:

B.C. can showcase new electricity economy – This appears to be the beginning of their PR pitch.  Written by Robert L. Evans.  Wednesday, Dec. 09, 2009
Monday letters: Oak Bay mansions; water rate hikes; next role for military and more. – online response by Diane Perry. Monday, Dec. 14th, 2009
Nothing green about Site C dam – my response in Friday’s paper, Dec.  18th, 2009
Dam could power 420,000 homes – Dave Conway’s response to my letter.  Wednesday, Dec. 23rd, 2009.
Site C dam site fails the green test – Ronald E. Schaub’s response to Mr. Conway.  Friday, Jan. 8th, 2010.

We even got most of our letters published in Friday’s paper… the biggest circulation day!  This has very much been a momentum building run and fabulous to see.  Keep your eyes open for any new developments.  We must be at the ready.

Concerns regarding the exploitation of northeastern BC have also made it into the other big provincial paper… the Vancouver Sun.  Recently there has been Op/eds regarding what has been going in the Northeast as follows:

Premier’s climate-change hypocrisy could doom first nation’s way of life – This is an Op/ed written by Chief Kathie Dickie regarding the Cabin Gas Plant proposed for Fort Nelson.  Tuesday, Dec. 22nd, 2009.
Destruction in the name of green energy: The hypocrisy of B.C. resource development – Here is the cut version of the Op/ed written by Chief Roland Willson and PVEA director Ken Forest regarding the exploitation in Northeastern BC.  Friday, Jan. 08, 2010.

Our Op/ed was also published on a Friday!  It has been quite exciting but we need to be at the ready for more to appear at any time.

Wonderful work everyone!!!

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