YES, I call on the B.C. government to reject drilling permits for Imperial Metals in the Skagit River headwaters.


Your letter:
Subject: No Mount Polley in Manning Park 
To: Premier Horgan 
cc: Minister Mungall, Minister Donaldson
Dear Premier Horgan,
I strongly oppose the application by Imperial Metals for a gold mining permit in the Skagit headwaters. After the Mount Polley disaster, this is the last company we should let build a mine next to Manning Park. 
Please reject this proposal and protect these lands for wildlife, clean water and the enjoyment of all British Columbians.

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No Mount Polley in Manning Park!

Imperial Metals still hasn’t recovered billions of litres of contaminated waste spilled into Quesnel Lake when the Mount Polley mine dam collapsed.

Now the company has applied for permits to drill for gold right in between Manning Park and Skagit Provincial Park.

Imperial wants to build a mine high in the headwaters of the Skagit River. Never mind the grizzly bears, the owls, the salmon – and everybody downstream.

Controlled by billionaire shareholder Murray Edwards, Imperial is a major political donor accustomed to getting its way in B.C. Even after the largest tailings dam failure in North American history, the company never faced charges or paid a penny in fines.

This new proposal adds insult to injury. Manning Park is a recreation area treasured by British Columbians – and a crucial wildlife corridor for the whole Cascade mountain ecosystem. Sign our petition and tell the B.C. government: no Mount Polley in the Skagit River headwaters!

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