British Columbians know local farmland is key to our food security. But the Port of Vancouver plans to bulldoze agricultural land while increasing shipments of coal and fracked liquid gas.
The federal port authority claims “supremacy” over land-use decisions in the Lower Mainland — and says local food production can be replaced by imports from other countries.
Municipalities and farmers are fighting back. It’s time for our provincial and federal politicians to stand up to the Port of Vancouver, and defend our farmland.
YES, I call on our government to choose local food production over growing fossil fuel exports.
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