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Former Revelstoke mayor talks dams in the Peace

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By Christine Rumleskie


The former mayor of Revelstoke will be coming to Fort St. John next week, to talk about his experience dealing with hydroelectric dams.

Sid Parker will be holding a lecture at the Northern Lights College.

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NLC spokesperson Steve Roe says the educational speech comes at a convenient time.

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Roe says he predicts there will be a lot of residents interested in the lecture, because of the looming Site-C project.

But, Roe says Parker’s speech will take a non-partisan approach, and will simply be an educational seminar for participants.

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Parker’s lecture is called, “Lessons from the Past: One Mayor’s Experience with the Revelstoke Canyon Dam.”

Everyone is invited to attend the free event at the Northern Lights College in Fort St. John, on May 12th at 7 o’clock.

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