I am writing as a Canadian citizen, a western Canadian, a resident of British Columbia.
I was born in Edmonton, raised on the great and wonderful largesse we Canadians are so privileged to maintain from our hard work, dedication to principles of community, and respect for the rule of law.
I come from a family tree rich in Canadian history, including the Ottawa Valley and Halifax, Nova Scotia. Interesting fact, my great-grandfather's brother was a Member of Parliament representing Dartmouth for the Liberal Party of Canada for many years from the turn of the 20th century. He was a Laurier Cabinet Minister, he served under Prime Minister Mackenzie King.
Liberal Party history runs deep through the blood of my kin, right up to the present generation, and one should respect this for this history survived many, many years of meeting in phone booths in Edmonton.
But I have purpose to writing this letter. It includes congratulating you on winning re-election, no mean feat. But mainly it concerns the announcement about fish farming made to kick-off the Liberal platform at the beginning of the election. This made voting difficult for me.
WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. - Mar. 15, 2018 - The Ts^ilhqot’in National Government (TNG) applauds BC Hydro for their recent plan to pursue power purchase agreement negotiations with the Ts^ilhqot’in Solar Farm (TSF). Located within the Ts^ilhqot’in territory, once completed, the TSF will be the first large-scale solar power plant owned and operated by a First Nation in western Canada.
T'Sou-ke Nation is a community on the south-west corner of Vancouver Island, busy not only culturally but economically, since they achieved construction of the largest solar array in B.C.. Linda Bristol is an Elder, Arts Manager, and Cultural Advisor who was engaged from the beginning of a Comprehensive Community Planning process that began in the last decade. Out of this community engagement came the powering of the community with solar renewable energy.
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