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Dolby AC-3 plugin is not capable of handling Surcode DDP 5.1 Surcode. While there are several video encoding and configuration tools available for Adobe Premiere Pro, most don't allow you to create high-end.Share Vancouver's East-side community has been rocked with news this week that one of the land's largest conservation organizations – the Rock Creek Wildlife Refuge – is being sold to industrial property developers. A lot of community outcry and rightly so. Already, the BC Lions left the home of the closest BC Lions franchise (now the Lions Stadium) because of their relocation to Calgary. Vancouver is losing some of its most important environmental features. The rock creek area, because of its unique habitat, as well as the entire Oakridge area, is recognized around the world as a biodiversity hotspot. The city is losing a unique and irreplaceable piece of its wildlife, the most crucial being the presence of grizzly bears in British Columbia. What impact could these developments have on the almost 70,000 people that live within two hours of the Rock Creek Wildlife Refuge? How likely is it for sustainable development to be built on a large piece of wildlife habitat, close to a major source of water for the city? In a city that has recently banned fish farms in Vancouver's watersheds due to concerns about water quality, will these industrial developments help Vancouver's water problems or exacerbate them? The Coastal Community Conservation Association has signed a community agreement with the Save Oakridge coalition and plans to challenge the city's approval of the land swap agreement. We stand with the Save Oakridge coalition on this issue. With the case of the Lions, as well as the recent destruction of forests for foreign investment in Surrey and the question of tar sands development in northern B.C., we can see that the city's green vistas are under threat. The path forward for urban sustainability is a struggle against the interests of polluters. I would like to ask the BC NDP to support this community challenge and to make the following four commitments: 1. The NDP will support the Save Oakridge coalition and hold the city to its own commitments to protect its environmental heritage. These include commitments given to the province, federal and international environmental organizations, including the United Nations. 2. The NDP will support a ban on development in the Oakridge/Rock Creek area. The NDP will support the establishment of a wildlife reserve on the purchased land









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