|Sonia Furstenau for Shawnigan Lake|
Published on Mar 29, 2016
For nearly four years, the residents of Shawnigan Lake, BC, Canada have fought to protect their beautiful lake and their drinking water. The provincial government granted Cobble Hill Holdings a permit to accept and store 5 million tons of contaminated soil in the community's watershed, uphill from the lake. It's been a long battle and we need your help. If you value the right to clean water over profits, please visit thesra.ca to learn more or make a contribution. And thank you for watching.
Shawnigan Residents Association: Representing the Shawnigan Lake Community
Minister Harjit Sajjan: Stop shipping contaminated soil from DND Esquimalt to Shawnigan Lake water... https://t.co/hT4cdIXEyF via @CdnChange— Shawnigan Res. Assoc (@SRA_INFO) June 17, 2016
#SaveShawniganWater pls share. It's time to #PullthePermit @christyclarkbc @maryforbc #bcpoli pic.twitter.com/MqZNvUwLBE— WaterMomma (@water_momma) June 8, 2016