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Lower Nicola Indian Band blocks smart meters

Members of the Lower Nicola Indian Band have posted these signs to tell BC Hydro installers not to change their analog meters to smart meters. (Contributed by: Joe Shuter)

The Lower Nicola Indian Band is saying "no" to smart meters.

The band has locked up the old analog hydro meters on its public buildings. This prevents BC Hydro from replacing those meters with the new controversial smart meters.

To tell us what's behind this, Daybreak host Chris Walker reached Hyrum Peterson, the band's public works manager.
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