The Ardill family has been living in the Peace River valley since 1920.
They operate a very successful cattle ranch along the banks of the Peace River. Dick Ardill's parents homesteaded the original site and the ranch has grown from the original homestead to its present size. Renee Ardill is currently president of the North Peace Cattlemen’s Association.
If the Site C dam goes ahead, the Ardills would lose much of their land and their ranch operations would be severely impacted. “No family in B.C. deserves to be forced off their land to make way for an $8.8 billion dam that B.C. does not need,” says Renee Ardill.
Let’s make sure that Site C doesn’t destroy our family farms!
Sign our petition and tell the federal and provincial decision-makers on this project that Site C is NOT in the best interests of British Columbains!