Advocacy groups call on Premier Horgan to follow federal lead on Site C injunction Media Release | May 14, 2018 Open this news release in PDF Indigenous peoples’ organizations and social justice groups are welcoming the news that the federal Read more…
Government tactics in Site C injunction hearing already at odds with BC’s commitments to respect Indigenous rights
Government tactics in Site C injunction hearing already at odds with BC’s commitments to respect Indigenous rights Media Release | May 8, 2018 Open this news release in PDF First Nations and human rights groups are questioning why lawyers for Read more…
The federal and provincial cabinets must support an immediate halt to the destructive Site C Dam while the crucial and still unresolved Treaty rights challenge is before the courts.
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 Read more…
Live and online discussion offers insights on controversial decision — and the path forward.
First Nations say they’ve secured major work stoppage on Site C dam in advance of injunction application | The Georgia Straight
West Moberly Chief Roland Willson says “B.C. Hydro wouldn’t send their contractors home and shut down work for the next six months unless their back was against the wall.”
BC Hydro executives have mismanaged the Site C dam’s overall budget and cost control process, and they are “not capable” of accurate estimates or controlling costs on the $10.7 billion project, according to an affidavit filed this week by former BC Hydro CEO Marc Eliesen.
More than a hundred members and supporters of the NDP have signed a statement hoping to school the provincial government on its controversial Site C decision. Premier John Horgan is seen here during a recent education funding announcement in Lake Country.