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Clive Doucet on the Zibi project and development approval problems at City of Ottawa

10-minute audio about condo project at Chaudiere Falls sacred site

by EquitableEducation.ca

Clive Doucet on the Zibi project and development approval problems at City of Ottawa

Talk by the current City of Ottawa mayoral candidate and former city councilor, from a panel discussion where the other two speakers were Douglas Cardinal and Cathy Remus, June 2016 hosted by the citizens' group Stop Windmill: Student and Labour Allies for Akikodjiwan.

More talks about the Chaudiere Falls, Zibi condo project, and Algonquin rights - from Wolf Lake FN Chief Harry St. Denis, Algonquin Anishinabekwe and Grandmother Verna McGregor, and Carleton PhD student Kanatase Horn - are posted with Clive Doucet's at:
https://equitableeducation.ca/2018/multimedia-akikpautik-akikodjiwan

Doucet is the frontrunning challenger to current mayor Jim Watson's re-election campaign. Watson has been an instrumental supporter of the Zibi condo development project, both with the 2014 re-zoning of the islands at the site for development and a 2018 $61 million city grant to the developers to help clean up the site.

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