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Uploaded on Apr 28, 2017

 

Dr. Peter Carter and others are warning the planet and all of humanity is in peril due to the consequences of the industrial age. Host Jack Etkin blames the media for not informing the public just how grave the danger has become.

Two environmental icons meet at one event in Vancouver: Indian Summer 2016.  Hosted by Nature's Path, both offer keen insights into the world in which we live.

Published on June 18, 2017

 

Anne Freidank explains this unusual technique she has mastered over the past 40 years.  Now all of her work is on sale with the entire proceeds to be donated to help injured and orphaned animals through the Hope For Wildlife (www.hopeforwildlife.net) charity.

A public forum on the costs and consequences of the Site C Dam in Northern British Columbia.  "Legacy" project threatens ecosystem, and much higher Hydro rates for all BCers.

Two lawyers as well as the ex-chair of a federal-provincial panel evaluate the impacts of the $8.8 billion project - the largest in BC's history.

Uploaded on Apr 11, 2017

 

The Sidney Community Association hosts four contenders for the local riding in the upcoming provincial election. Jordan Templeman, Independent, Adam Olsen, Green Party, Gary Holman, NDP, and Stephen Roberts, Liberal, receive questions directed by moderator, Mona Brash.

Dr. Shiv Chopra is a world renowned scientist. His contributions on food and public health safety are featured in many internationally acclaimed documentaries. Here he speaks of the Trans Pacific Partnership and warns Canadians of the consequences if this agreement is ratified.

Elizabeth May, leader of the Green Party of Canada, introduces her friend, the well-known Maude Barlow to an audience of several hundred.  The author of 18 books, Ms Barlow informs the audience with  facts, figures and stories of her years in the environmental movement.

Ed Clerico of Natural Systems Utilities, an international company designing and installing self contained membrane treatment systems with over 200 working sites, explains the benefits and technology of these systems.  Langford and Colwood are looking into such a system.

Published on Aug 17, 2016

 

The Victoria Chapter of the Council of Canadians makes a presentation of the facts surrounding the notorious trade deal that gives corporations more power than the elected politicians.

Published on Aug 31, 2016

 

Passionate is perhaps an understatement! Citizens and elected officials sound off against massive increase in oil tanker traffic in the Victoria harbour as well as the motives behind such a plan.

Full recordings:

 part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iu24jQNGRQA

Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vsh5tP56Lm8

 

Published on Aug 7, 2016

 

Why is it that two political parties control all the power in Parliament?  What kind of voting system gives a more democratic result? Who benefits from the current system?