B.C. highway blockades over old-growth logging aimed at forcing a dialogue, activists say – Prince Rupert Northern View

Enviro & Legislation

The activists behind road blockades and hunger strikes calling for an end to old-growth logging in British Columbia say their non-violent actions are aimed at sparking public discussion and urging politicians to heed climate science. History has shown that “when you have to force a dialogue onto society, you have to engage in transgressive truth…

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