Site C protesters who’ve been living outside BC Hydro’s building since March 13th are calling it quits.
Campers outside BC Hydro’s building in downtown Vancouver who’ve been there for weeks are packing up.
This comes after the crown corporation filed an injunction to evict the Site C protesters.
One of the campers Cameron Davidson, says he was sad to see their main goal was not accomplished.
“I think it’s an unfortunate thing in a lot of ways, there was this overall goal of halting construction of a damn right, which did not happen.”
Davidson says camping may be over, but the conversation isn’t.
“People come over pretty quickly to this side when they take the time to hear what’s going on you know, especially in terms of the Treaty Rights issues.”
But he says the fight continues, and adds spreading the message was just as important.
He says the lack of resources to fight the injunction gave them no choice but to leave.