Mae Burrows – We must stop Site C repeating the abuses of the past

Mae Burrows has worked in education and environmental protection with a focus on river and ocean health. From stopping major water diversions such as Kemano Completion on the Nechako River, to forcing sewage upgrades, to preventing hazardous chemicals in the work place, her work has been guided by social justice and community health concerns. She has been acknowledged with awards ...
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Reverend Emilie Smith: ‘the fierce struggle to preserve what is sacred’

Reverend Emilie Smith is the Parish Priest at St. Barnabas Anglican Church in New Westminster. Reverend Smith has been extensively involved in justice and peace work throughout South and Central America. She holds the honour of being the Chair of the Oscar Romero International Liberation Theology Network. Professor Christie is one of the panelists who will speak at a free ...
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Adrienne Peacock: ‘First Nations court action is our best hope of stopping Site C’

Adrienne Peacock is a professor emeritus at Douglas College where she taught biology, ecology and environmental science for 20 years. Adrienne has a PhD. in Zoology from the University of British Columiba. She is also an accomplished painter and is an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists. Adrienne is one of the panelists who will speak at a free public ...
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Julian Napoleon; ‘Site C continues an ongoing legacy of cultural genocide’

Julian Napoleon is Dane-zaa and Cree from the Saulteau First Nations. Julian is dedicated to raising awareness around Indigenous issues related to land, water, food and community. He is currently collaborating on food sovereignty initiatives in Indigenous communities across Turtle Island and beyond. Julian is one of the panelists who will speak at a free public symposium on Site C ...
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Gordon Christie: ‘Site C will make the exercise of constitutionally-protected rights impossible’

Gordon Christie, Professor of Law, Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia. Professor Christie is of Inupiat/Inuvialuit ancestry and specializes in Aboriginal law. He has a PhD (in philosophy) from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a LLB from the University of Victoria. His teaching is primarily in the fields of Aboriginal law, torts and legal ...
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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 ...
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