Regulation

VIDEO: ‘Environmental oversight is a cruel joke,’ says B.C. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip

Nicky Young

Over 100 people from across B.C. gathered at the entrance to the Imperial Metals Mount Polley mine last Sunday. The event was called to mark the one-year anniversary of a massive tailings dam breach at the mine.

Ricochet spoke with Grand Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs about the recent reopening of the mine and the conduct of federal and provincial governments.

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