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The Need for Anti-SLAPP Legislation in BC

The Need for Anti-SLAPP Legislation in BC

By Carol Baird Ellan

As the Trans Mountain Keystone Kops move into place to rubber stamp a pipeline that will carry tonnes of oilsands bitumen to the coast for export through Burrard Inlet on a proliferation of tankers, it seems likely there will be renewed protests. The same will hold true as Site C proceeds despite opposition, and other projects that people, in particular LEAP proponents, perceive as threats to the environment and future of the planet.

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