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Local Musician hoping to gain Prime Ministers attention


FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A Canadian Musician is hoping to get Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s attention after releasing a live music video regarding the Site C Dam in northern British Columbia.

The project is called “My Peace River” which was started my Jody Peck (also known as Miss Quincy) and Jodie Ponto. They both grew up in the Peace River region and they also both currently live in Vancouver BC.

Peck created the song “16 horses”. She says it is about the connection to her home, her roots and who she is as a person. She says that she can’t stand and watch her home be destroyed. She states that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has gone against what he promised in his election campaign by approving the Site C contraction permits.

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She says though that it isn’t too late for Trudeau to change his mind and reverse the Site C decision.

“Site C is not a done deal. We can all use our voices to stop the Peace River from being dammed.” 

On the website, you can take action by signing the petition and join 20,000+ Canadians hoping to get PM Justin Trudeau to stop the Site C dam.

“16 horses” was recorded live on the bans of the Peace River by Miss Quincy.

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