The fight to keep a pulp mill from poisoning the Northumberland Strait – IPolitics

by ahnationtalk on October 9, 201827 Views

Oct 8, 2018

‘Whatever lives in that water can’t speak for itself. We have to be that voice.’

Justin Trudeau likes to say he’s a torchbearer for the environment.

The prime minister also claims he’s a champion of Indigenous peoples.

And he is every bit of that — on paper.

But he risks becoming the Pontius Pilate of the Environment and another double-talking Indian agent if he doesn’t change his tune on Boat Harbour.

Admittedly, it is not a comfortable spotlight for any politician.

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