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"We have Elders...saying NO to this project....and we need to honour them. We need to honour the generations that are coming. This is going to belong to them when we are gone. And we need to ensure that it happens. This is our home."

"This is a big fight. I think we are going to win it! I feel it in my bones that we are in the right spot. We are on the side of right here. They are on the wrong side. As long as we stand together on this matter, we are going to prevail."


- Chief Roland Willson, West Moberly First Nation

Federal government replies to joint letter from NGOs – but says nothing Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has replied to the February joint letter from Canadian NGOs. The Minister’s letter states that “we are determined to work with Canada’s Indigenous peoples to achieve mutually beneficial results for all Canadians and generations...

SITE C CAMPAIGN UPDATEApril 4, 2016 Upcoming Event: Please Promote!April 6, Royal BC Museum, noonBiologists and other experts from BC take on a bio blitz to document the flora and fauna of the Peace River region. Presented by Sarah Cox and RBCM Natural History Curatorial and Collections Staff.http://royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/events/live-lunch-peace-river-valley-biodiversity-and-conservation-initiatives/ IN THE NEWS Peace Valley...

SITE C CAMPAIGN UPDATEMarch 28, 2016 Event tomorrow! Please promote.Site C – Keep the Peace! March 29 at First Nations’ House of Learning at University of British Columbia (UBC), 7 pm. With Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, the father-son team Art and Julian Napoleon of Saulteau First Nations, agrologist Wendy Holm, Susan...