Tag Archives: Resource Development

‘Taking The Economy To Court: B.C. Update’


Now, Canadian courts have enabled the lawyer-driven ‘Aboriginal Industry’ to sue both companies and individuals over land use on ‘traditional territories’ — even before a tribe has proven any connection whatsoever with the land in question, and even if the land had been previously stolen from another tribe. Let the chaos begin:ERBLTakingTheEconomyToCourt-BCUpdate800x800“Last week, the Halalt ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 205 people} filed two civil suits totalling $2.1 billion in ‘damages’ against Catalyst Paper, a pulp and paper company based in Richmond, British Columbia.

“The community claims that the company’s mill in Crofton—which has been operating for more than 59 years {and employs 578 people} —is interfering with the Halalt ‘First Nation’s ‘aboriginal rights’. In addition to the financial compensation, the ‘First Nation’ is seeking a

“permanent order to prevent Catalyst from conducting operations at the Crofton Mill”. 

Continue reading ‘Taking The Economy To Court: B.C. Update’

‘Scaring Off Investment’


“At a so-called ‘Canada Day’ event at a March, 2015…conference in Hong Kong attended by over 2,000 people, several speakers specifically advised investors not to invest in Canada or B.C. because of the ‘Tsilhqot’in’ decision. It seems a safe assumption this sentiment is not restricted to the mining sector.” ERBLScaringOffInvestment800x800Finally, the business community in B.C. seems to be waking up to the dangerous reality of ‘Race Based Law’, and the government’s cowardice in the face of it. Aboriginal Bands are deliberately exaggerating court rulings in an attempt to expand their power and the government continues to back off, thereby failing in its duty to the rest of the citizenry.  

Here, the B.C. Chamber of Commerce reminds the government of the legal reality, and their role in representing all the other citizens of British Columbia:  Continue reading ‘Scaring Off Investment’

‘Let The Games Begin…’


“If they’re going to build the dam, let’s go and blockade it”, elder Maisie Metecheah said… “I’m not afraid. I don’t care if I go to jail. This is my land. I’m going to save my land.”     

“…Treaty 8 member practising and being Stewarts of this land…”

ERBLLetTheGamesBegin800x800‘Three arrested at Site C demonstration in support of ‘First Nations’ protest camp’ 

“…One person was taken into custody shortly after 10 a.m., according to an RCMP media release. It states that individual along with another demonstrator were blocking vehicles from entering a private work site related to the BC Hydro project…

http://fortstjohn.bc.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/ViewPage.action?siteNodeId=2087&languageId=1&contentId=44696 

“Roughly two hours later, shortly after 12 p.m., RCMP responded to another call about demonstrators blocking traffic. The release states two members of that group failed to comply with instructions to move to the side of the road and, after being given “ample warning”, were taken into RCMP custody…  

“…the January 6 demonstration on the roadway was in support of another group of protesters who have formed an encampment at the Rocky Mountain Fort on the west side of the Moberly River near Fort St. John. 

“A ‘Prince George Citizen’ report describes that group as members of the ‘Prophet River ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 270 people} who have established the camp in opposition to the dam’s construction…   Continue reading ‘Let The Games Begin…’

‘Real Change: $$$$$ FROM The Middle Class’


Congratulations to the CBC propaganda machine, Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverly McLaughlin (self-appointed omnipotent leader of ALL decisions, laws, lands & peoples), all the Race Supremacist Native Leaders, and the strong-arm government unions, on their electoral victory in Canada’s 2015 leadership race.
ERBLRealChangeFROMTheMiddleClass800x800We should all be concerned how biased the CBC is with all our money, whether they were biased towards or against anyone or any party. No playing favourites — that’s not journalism, it’s propaganda.

Justin Trudeau, arguably the least qualified, least intelligent, least educated, least suited to the job of Prime Ministership of Canada in the history of our nation, will be a great puppet for the Liberal backroom boys, the “Indian Industry” lawyers, the aboriginal Chiefs for whom we do not vote, to whom he has promised the world. Continue reading ‘Real Change: $$$$$ FROM The Middle Class’

‘Canadian Courts Making Things Worse’


When it comes to Race Based Law, Canadian courts – in particular, the Supreme Court of Canada – have been continually extending their reach. The resulting confusion has produced a continual increase in court cases while, at the same time, discouraging investment. This is a bad deal for Canadians on both counts {steering financial resources away from economic development, and towards economically-unproductive law firms and academic ‘experts’} and, unless we change direction, it’s bound to get worse.ERBLCanadianCourtsMakingThingsWorse800x800‘Canada’s courts create uncertainty on ‘aboriginal rights’

“Supreme Court of Canada decisions on the ‘duty to consult aboriginal peoples’ and the interpretation of modern treaties have begun to suggest that so-called ‘comprehensive land claims’ agreements may not be so ‘comprehensive’ after all {!?!}.

“COURTS have shown a willingness to REINTERPRET AND GO BEYOND THE TERMS of what are highly detailed agreements, IN ORDER TO IMPOSE ADDITIONAL, UNFORESEEN CONSULTATION OBLIGATIONS on governments. They have also extended consultation obligations to new types of government decision-making, in one case EFFECTIVELY OVERTURNING WHAT WAS THE LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK…

“It is perhaps not surprising, then, that potential investors have taken notice and have shown a greater reluctance to invest in a territory that now seems to offer far less legal certainty than it once appeared.” 

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‘Exploration Company Pushes Back’


The race-based ‘parallel government’ structure that our courts and aboriginal leadership are imposing on Canada has screwed around yet another mining company, and they’re fighting back: ERBLExplorationCompanyPushesBack800x800“Mineral exploration firm ‘Doubleview Capital Corp.’ is suing Chad Norman Day, the president of the ‘Tahltan Central Government’, and others for…unlawfully blocking the company’s drilling and sampling work at its ‘Hat Property’, about 200 kilometres south of Atlin, B.C.  Continue reading ‘Exploration Company Pushes Back’

‘Shakedown’


“In one instance outlined in court documents, the company claims Sachigo Lake ‘First Nation’ demanded close to a quarter of its exploration budget – about $1.2 million – for its 2012 drill campaign, calling it an “administration fee”.

“When the company refused to give in, the ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 814 people} served them with an “eviction” notice {from what is no longer aboriginal land}, forcing them to stop exploration work and leave the area.”

ERBLShakedown800x800“Two employees from a Sudbury-based junior mining company were held hostage for one day by members of a northwestern Ontario ‘First Nation’ band in 2011, in an attempt to obtain payment from the company as it carried out a gold exploration activity…

“…The company contends it was forced to pay $40,000 to the ‘First Nation’ to free two workers, who were “physically detained”, along with some equipment…”  Continue reading ‘Shakedown’