Peace Valley Solidarity Initiative to live-stream Site C Summit this weekend

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VICTORIA, B.C. — Though the Peace Valley Solidarity Initiative has sold all the tickets for its Site C Summit in Victoria on Saturday, the group will be live-streaming the event.

The PVSI announced that it was hosting the summit in Victoria at the beginning of January, saying it had also provided invitations to Premier John Horgan and his cabinet. The organization organized the summit after the provincial government’s decision to give Site C the green light, which it says is a major mistake.

There will also be a number of workshops in addition to keynote speaker, Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs Grand Chief Stuart Philip, along with allowing members of the general public the chance to voice their opinions on the matter. The goal is to have all questions answered on the government’s decision by the end of the two-day event.

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The event takes place today and tomorrow in Victoria at the First Metropolitan United Church. The live stream of the summit will be on the Site C Summit Youtube channel beginning at 2:00 p.m. Mountain Time on Friday.

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