Letter – Bleak day for environment

The coming of April Fool’s Day moved me to reflect on the many issues which it can commemorate.

The coming of April Fool’s Day moved me to reflect on the many issues which it can commemorate. I finally decided on the environmental protections needed so that we and future generations do not perish. Developing the Alberta tar sands, transporting liquefied natural gas, failing to ban offshore drilling, allowing oil tanker ships to travel the labyrinthine coast of B.C., exporting power and water to the US mega-projects for megabucks — an intoxicating vision for some and a bleak one for our environment.

Ruth Miller, Victoria

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