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Breaching the peace

Breaching the peace

[a collection of radical feminist papers

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Published by Onlywomen Press Ltd. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Greenham Common.,
  • Peace movements -- Great Britain.,
  • Disarmament.,
  • Feminism -- Great Britain,
  • Pacifists -- Great Britain.,
  • Antinuclear movement -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBrenda Whisker ... [et al.]].
    ContributionsWhisker, Brenda
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20967074M
    ISBN 100906500133

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    Sarah Cox is an award-winning journalist and author. Her book Breaching the Peace: The Site C Dam and A Valley’s Stand Against Big Hydro details a lesser known story of a clean energy project with devastating consequences. The Peace River Valley in British Columbia home to First Nations who fish, hunt and live the land, which is likely to become Site C Dam. However, repo men who break locks or chains to enter the employers property breached the peace. A Florida appellate court held that a bank breached the peace by misrepresenting its purpose for entering the employers property. The lenders duty to refrain from breaching the peace is non-delegable.

      Award-winning journalist Sarah Cox and guests invite you to an inspiring (and perhaps enraging) discussion and launch of her book Breaching the Peace: The Site C Dam and a Valley’s Stand against Big Hydro (UBC Press).. A modern-day David and Goliath story, Breaching the Peace is an uplifting and astonishing story of the farmers and First Nations who . Buy the Paperback Book Breaching the Peace: The Site C Dam and a Valley's Stand against Big Hydro by Sarah Cox at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders.


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Breaching the Peace tells the story of the ordinary citizens who are standing up to the most expensive megaproject in BC history and the government-sanctioned bullying that has propelled it forward.

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Breaching the Peace tells the story of the ordinary citizens who are standing up to the most expensive megaproject in BC history and the government-sanctioned bullying that has propelled it forward. Starting injournalist Sarah Cox travelled to the Peace River Valley to talk to locals about the Site C dam and BC Hydro’s claim that the clean energy project was urgently.

Tell-all peace prize book upsets Nobel committee This article is more than 4 years old Geir Lundestad, former secretary, accused of breaching Norwegian Nobel committee’s code of silence in The. Three years after the initial announcement, Sarah Cox started travelling to the Peace Valley to investigate the dam.

The product of that research is her new book Breaching the Peace: The Site C Dam and a Valley’s Stand Against Big Hydro. Cox examines the project in an effort to determine its true cost, both from a financial and cultural. Breaching The Peace is not a comfortable read. It’s not a happy read.

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