Last week, we sat down to talk with lawyer Sara Mainville in the wake of the BC Supreme Court’s decision to deny West Moberly First Nation an injunction that could have halted construction on Site C while the court determines whether the project violates their Treaty rights. Sara is a Read more…
Agrologist and economist Wendy Holm has been an outspoken critic of the Site C dam. She is the editor of Damming the Peace: The Hidden Costs of the Site C Dam. She was recently interviewed for the programme Trail’s End on CBC North where she talked about the dam’s impact Read more…
“Now I’m an adult and I insist that my representatives do not repeat the abuse by flooding Indigenous people off their land.”
“We must do everything in our power to stop it, each one of us in the place where we live, in our communities and workplaces.”
“We need public pressure, but the First Nations courageous court actions are our best hope.”
“Site C is a gross violation against the spirit and intent of Treaty 8 and undermines all contemporary processes of reconciliation.”
Call on your representatives to act honourably in upholding Treaty promises made on behalf of all Canadians.
West Moberly First Nation Chief Roland Willson Presents to the House of Commons Regarding Site C Dam & Bill C-69 Changes
Watch West Moberly First Nation Chief Roland Willson’s presentation to the House of Commons Standing Committee on the Environment & Sustailable Development on April 25, 2018. Watch his full presentation here: minute 17:20 then again at 18:04. Pledge to follow the court case and speak out.