Treaty 8 protects the right of First Nations in northeast British Columbia to maintain their cultures and ways of life. These Treaty obligations were never even considered when the federal and provincial governments approved the Site C dam and the flooding of the Peace River Valley. That’s why the West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations have been forced to go to court to defend their rights.

Upholding Treaty rights is everyone's responsibility.

Here's what you can do to take a stand for justice and fairness:

Take the Pledge

Pledge to be a Witness for the Peace


Contribute to legal costs


Organize an event and raise funds with your friends

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June 12, 2019Craig Benjamin, Amnesty International Canada In a long overdue response to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD), BC and the federal government actually argue that approving a massively Read more…