BC Hydro tells protesters to leave Vancouver camp

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first_imghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PGkyKIYwDdUThe person filming the videos tells BC Hydro to send the protesters an email to address their concerns, and that they are on ‘unceded Coast Salish territory’ with permission.The camp was the site of a hunger strike that resulted in one protester being taken to hospital, after having not eaten for nearly three weeks.The protesters at the camp started the hunger strike after BC Hydro was awarded an injunction by the BC Supreme Court against protesters at the Rocky Mountain Fort.Advertisement VANCOUVER, B.C. — Two new videos appear to show two people with BC Hydro reading a request for protesters to leave their camp at BC Hydro’s downtown Vancouver office.A woman, who says she is authorized by BC Hydro to speak to protesters, tells them they do not have permission to camp out on the property.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOWgq-inWw4- Advertisement -“Your presence in this location, and the presence of tarps, tents, canopies, structures signs and other property are creating safety and health hazards,” she said.She added that BC Hydro is willing to designating an area on their property for protesters to safely express their opinions from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.The videos, uploaded by a user named Cameron Davidson to YouTube, went online on April 7.Advertisementlast_img

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