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Water Ceremony: Tsleil-Waututh & Skwxwu7mesh First Nations in Sacred Burrard Inlet, Salish Sea

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FILM:  Water Ceremony: Tsleil-Waututh & Skwxwu7mesh First Nations in Sacred Burrard Inlet, Salish Sea - with a blessing of a rare snow day 2/22/2014 - 8 Days Ago
This film is given to mayors, councillors, MLAs, MPs, MPPs, Kinder Morgan, First Nations governments etc. and the general public.
This new peoples' film out today is about stopping the BC Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion.  It documents a Sacred Water Ceremony carried out 8 days ago in Burrard Inlet Salish Sea. 
We have to STOP PM Harper, Premier Christy Clark and Liberal leader Trudeau's genocidal drunken stupor cheering for Kinder Morgan's pipeline.  
Kinder Morgan is threatening numerous First Nations and their way of life with an ecological disaster of unprecedented proportions. The Texas - based corporation is proposing to build a pipeline from the tarsands mines in Alberta to Burrard Inlet in British Columbia (Vancouver - "greenest city on Earth") where 900,000 barrels of diluted bitumen would be loaded every day on oil supertankers to Asia.
The existing Trans Mountain Pipeline operated by Kinder Morgan spilled many times in many communities along its route and into the Burrard Inlet. Tselil-Waututh and Squamish First Nations - People who call this Inlet their Homeland - are calling attention to this environmental and economic disaster in the making. Impending destruction of the Sacred Burrard Inlet, Salish Sea amounts to physical and cultural genocide of the First Nations. 

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