Tag: Site C

Powerful and compelling words from Treaty 8 Elders at Rocky Mountain Fort Camp,but is anyone in government listening?

In reading some of the reports on the Treaty 8 campers and their supporters at Rocky Mountain Fort heritage site, one is left wondering who these people are, and why are they there? In the following video an elder who is in camp, shares… Continue Reading “Powerful and compelling words from Treaty 8 Elders at Rocky Mountain Fort Camp,but is anyone in government listening?”

Cutting through the spin of Energy Minister Bill Bennett’s misleading statement on Global BC News.

Sitting down with a cup of tea before bed last night, I watched a bit of TV, flipping through the channels before settling on the 10 pm news on Global BC 1. Early on, a segment came up on the arrests at the Site… Continue Reading “Cutting through the spin of Energy Minister Bill Bennett’s misleading statement on Global BC News.”

*Update Jan.8th-First Nations prepare for arrest to stop Site C dam, ask Prime Minister to suspend Federal approval

UPDATED January 8th-2016 – new release by Grand Chief Stewart Philip¬† NEWS RELEASE January 8th, 2016 UBCIC Calls on BC Hydro to Back off from Peaceful Site C Protestors in Treaty 8 Territory (Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, B.C.- January 8th, 2016) The Union of BC… Continue Reading “*Update Jan.8th-First Nations prepare for arrest to stop Site C dam, ask Prime Minister to suspend Federal approval”

Longtime Peace River politician and Site C opponent, Arthur Hadland arrested at Site C demonstration today

***Updated with demonstration photos below.¬† Today, those opposed to Site C held a demonstration outside BC Hydro gates. Arthur Hadland was arrested and I’ll have more details as I get them later on. http://www.alaskahighwaynews.ca/regional-news/site-c/former-prrd-director-hadland-arrested-at-site-c-protest-1.2145055 This is the view of the traffic backed up from… Continue Reading “Longtime Peace River politician and Site C opponent, Arthur Hadland arrested at Site C demonstration today”