“It’s an exciting day for British Columbia, another milestone in the hunt to make sure we are first in getting to the natural gas market.”
The moment Premier Christy Clark’s recorded speech reached the 250 people gathered at the Gleneagles Golf Course Club House in West Vancouver, a blaring boo ripped through the room, drowning out the premier’s voice.
In the recording from 2013, Premier Clark announced her plans to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Squamish, British Columbia to China. Most of the crowd gathered on Wednesday was there to oppose those very plans.
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