July 05, 2021

Elizabeth Stanton and the shortage of freight in ports

Today we will talk to a local port worker who is noticing the lack of incoming and outgoing shipping. Also, we will talk about the Lytton wildfire and the destruction of rail line in relation to the supply chain. 

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2 comments:

  1. The CN Rail bridge in Lytton was heavily damaged by last week’s devastating wildfire, but the Lytton First Nation wants the corporation to hold off on fixing it.

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  2. Not fixing main line BC to Canada???!!!
    https://bc.ctvnews.ca/cn-rail-responds-to-social-media-video-showing-train-covered-in-smoke-near-lytton-b-c-1.5500716
    Video at 1:44 shows ties all burnt on bridge.
    Was high powered laser used to heat up tracks (and wires) to burn down town and destroy main line to Vancouver. (not unlike California “fires” ).
    0:13 could smoke be from lasers heating steel tracks and burning up ties.

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