The B.C. Supreme Court has granted BC Hydro an injunction to remove protesters from its Site C dam project near Fort St. John, B.C., meaning opponents camped since December will have to clear out by midnight.

Justice Bruce Butler ruled that BC Hydro has proven the protest camp on the south bank of the Peace River was causing irreparable harm, and costing the utility millions of dollars in delays.

The camp is blocking an area that is set to be used as a dumping site for waste rock.

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And no, we’re not giving up! We’re still working hard behind the scenes to increase national and international pressure on the feds to stop this dam!

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