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General · 17th August 2014
Alex Morton
When Fraser River First Nations I work with tracking European salmon viruses called and asked me to take a look at the Imperial Mine disaster I decided to make the trip to the source.

What I saw yesterday was deeply disturbing. The warnings were clear. Earthen berms don't hold water and yet the warnings, engineering and common sense were ignored. This is the same behaviour I deal with regarding farm salmon viruses. The warnings are ignored.

This is no way to do business. Are we really so unintelligent that pillaging is the only way businesses can make money off BC natural resources?

If you read this please think about sending instructions to government.

These pictures are a glimpse of something very, very wrong that we have the power to stop.

As for Grieg Seafood – don't think for one minute that I am distracted.

– Alexandra Morton