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 11 
 on: February 24, 2024, 07:51:50 AM 
Started by fisherforever - Last post by fisherforever
 Reel is in excellent condition. Mid 1960's production, only thing missing is the original manual. $175 plus shipping or pick up in Sechelt. https://imgur.com/a/x58dhsW

 12 
 on: February 24, 2024, 07:34:22 AM 
Started by sthdslayer - Last post by RalphH
Bigotry, prejudice, racism these are all terms that describe particular kinds of opinions and beliefs about "othered" groups of people that are not supported evidence or facts. While the insecurity and fear of changes the proposed changes to the Land Act are typical, the accusations that there is an hidden agenda to restrict access to a particular group, revoke customary rights to "the commons" and deny due process are not and not supported by facts or evidence. That these false claims are as usually hung on FNs (and there political allies) , is consistent with "B", "P" and "R" terms that have consistently characterized such "negotiations" in BC for over a century and a half. So it is pretty hard to wiggle out of such descriptions given that history and how consistent the hysterical opposition is to that history.

 13 
 on: February 23, 2024, 08:34:27 AM 
Started by sthdslayer - Last post by redside1
Difference of opinion on how nation to nation negotiations should be handled does not make one a bigot. Although I do see the advantage of painting the opposition as such

Always best to paint a difference of opinion has being a bigot. Ever notice how it seems only colonials are bigots/racist but never ever anyone on the other side?
I do wonder when this does get changed (thinking NDP win next election) what the future will hold in a few years once a FN band does not get their way and take the decision to court and the ruling comes down under the adopted UNDRIP law.

 14 
 on: February 23, 2024, 07:51:41 AM 
Started by sthdslayer - Last post by wildmanyeah
Difference of opinion on how nation to nation negotiations should be handled does not make one a bigot. Although I do see the advantage of painting the opposition as such

 15 
 on: February 23, 2024, 07:27:05 AM 
Started by sthdslayer - Last post by RalphH
... and they ought to be. The knee jerk bigoted reaction still functions perfectly in this Province. Shame!

 16 
 on: February 23, 2024, 07:12:47 AM 
Started by sthdslayer - Last post by wildmanyeah
https://bc.ctvnews.ca/first-nations-leaders-disgusted-that-opposition-derailed-proposed-bc-land-act-amendments-1.6779515#:~:text=British%20Columbia's%20First%20Nations%20Leadership,the%20use%20of%20public%20land.

British Columbia's First Nations Leadership Council is expressing extreme disappointment over the provincial government's decision to drop planned amendments to the Land Act that would have cleared the way for a shared decision-making process with First Nations when it comes to the use of public land.

 17 
 on: February 22, 2024, 06:06:02 PM 
Started by sthdslayer - Last post by RalphH
In the "Sky is Falling foofaraw" most "commentators" seemed to miss what the posted engagements summaries actually said:

 
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The proposed amendments to the Land Act will:

Allow individuals who fish, hunt and recreate to continue to do so on the land, and will allow ranchers and farmers to continue their way of life and important work.

Have no effect on tenures, renewals, private properties, or access to crown land.

Provide durability of decisions that will help to unlock B.C.’s economic potential."

Ensure transparency and public consultation in any future agreement on shared decision-making negotiated by a First Nation and the Province.

Require that the public, stakeholders and proponents are engaged in the discussion of any agreement that contemplates changes or impacts to the public or third-party interests.

The proposed amendments to the Land Act will not:


Lead to broad, sweeping, or automatic changes.

Provide a ‘veto.’ This has been acknowledged by First Nations and legal experts.

Compel the government to enter into an agreement as both the Provincial and a First Nation government need to make an active decision to enter into a negotiation for shared decision-making.

it's all spelled out contrary to so many fears - fishing, hunting farming on Crown Land will continue as it has for all  - there will be no changes

There will be no veto for FNs

Government is not compelled to enter into a agreement with FNs.



 18 
 on: February 22, 2024, 10:58:09 AM 
Started by sthdslayer - Last post by Bavarian Raven
this. :/

 19 
 on: February 22, 2024, 08:23:16 AM 
Started by sthdslayer - Last post by redside1
https://bc.ctvnews.ca/b-c-scrapping-land-act-amendments-plagued-by-misinformation-minister-says-1.6778107

with the election coming the NDP had to blink so they can trick the voters.
Now everyone will forget about this and after the election when the NDP is voted back in they will pass it with no issues.

 20 
 on: February 21, 2024, 05:00:53 PM 
Started by Blood_Orange - Last post by Blood_Orange
You can still park on the east side of Hayward St, just past the turnoff to Keystone. You'll have to wade up through the marsh but it's a nice walk.

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