By Sheryl Lightfoot and Shin Imai

May 17, 2018 | Vancouver Sun

Late last week the federal government told a B.C. court that it wouldn’t oppose a First Nations application to suspend construction of the Site C dam while critical, unresolved treaty-rights issues are before the courts. The two First Nations behind the legal challenge have now called on the provincial government to follow suit, as have the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs, Amnesty International and many others.

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