Vancouver’s gold-medal holder in Olympic critique has lambasted the
Vision Vancouver-led city council for approving “an extremely
contentious bylaw that is going to come back and bite them in the ass
Chris Shaw, a UBC neuroscientist, was referring to council’s vote today (January 22) to approve Read more
More than two-and-a-half years have passed since the “Battle of the Bluffs”, when 23 protesters were arrested by West Vancouver police for blockading the expansion of the Sea-to-Sky highway through the Eagleridge Bluffs.
Part 3 focuses on the grassroots actions the indigenous communities have been undertaking to defend their land and right to self-determination. It also highlights the criminalization of Indigenous resistance.
Part 2 is about elder, Harriet Nahanee, and her struggle against the destruction brought on by the development of the Sea to Sky Highway Expansion, a main artery from Vancouver city to the Whistler ski resort (a 2010 venue).