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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

By Ben Parfitt, Special to The Vancouver Sun January 28, 2016 In the face of a prolonged drought, water levels at Lake Mead, the giant reservoir that straddles the Nevada and Arizona borders, are lower than at any point since the Hoover Dam was built in the 1930s. For residents...

January 18, 2016 Peaceful camp occupancy continues at Site C dam construction site ROCKY MOUNTAIN FORT CAMP, BC, Treaty 8 Territory, Jan. 18, 2016 /CNW/ - First Nation members today called on the Canadian and British Columbian governments to embrace a three-point plan that will protect lands at imminent threat...

Jan 12, 2016: First Nations Present Scientific Evidence on Impacts to Groundwater From Site C Dam West Moberly, Prophet River, and Saulteau First Nations say BC Hydro has left gaps in groundwater data at dam site /EINPresswire.com/ -- FORT ST. JOHN, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/12/16 -- West Moberly...