Unprecedented financial scandal – BC Hydro

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Minister Bennett, Friends don’t Flood their Friends Lands

Sayin’ it like it is.

Reclaim the Warrior

There’s always a lot to say regarding Site C, and then there’s more to say…And then you say it all over again because people aren’t listening. I am currently trying to take a break from being an “accidental activist” (I see it more as an Indigenous woman doing what she is supposed to do) so that I can focus on adjusting to school for my Master’s program and focusing on my role as a mom and worker in the community. It is funny because even in whatever break I manage, my thesis will revolve around Hydro projects and resource extraction. It has become a part of my life and it has become so because there is too much to lose… I digress.

So I was sitting there reading an article today and right below where the Assembly of First Nations talked about Site C and its violation of Indigenous rights…

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Questions continue on the North Slope failures at Site C – and why no one else seems to be asking any questions.

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Originally posted on No Strings Attached: Laila Yuile on people, politics and life in B.C.:
Never fear I will be back to this blog about the second week of September and fall promises to be a good one with…

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Files on the Treaty 8 Court Cases

The following document contains a very informative and comprehensive summary of the Treaty 8 First Nations court cases to date.  The summary was provided by the Treaty 8 First Nations’ legal counsel on Site C, Rana Law and Devlin Gailus Westaway Law Corporation.

Oct 15 Summary of Court Proceedings and Decisions

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Files on the Treaty 8 First Nations Court Cases against Site C

The following document contains a very informative and comprehensive summary of the Treaty 8 First Nations court cases to date.  The summary was provided by the Treaty 8 First Nations’ legal counsel on Site C, Rana Law and Devlin Gailus Westaway Law Corporation.

Oct 15 Summary of Court Proceedings and Decisions

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PEACE OUT doc featuring Site C on Knowledge Network, 9 pm Thurs Apr 3, 2014

The multi-award winning documentary featuring Site C, Peace Out, is playing on the Knowledge Network at 9p.m. on Thursday, April 3rd. Great, thought-provoking film! I highly recommend it!
In northern BC and Alberta, there has been an explosion in resource extraction activities, with mega-projects like the Site C dam, hydro-fracked shale gas wells, a nuclear power plant and the tar sands. The economy is booming, but with it comes heated debate and conflicting claims about the impact on the environment. In this thought-provoking and beautifully made film, Vancouver-based director Charles Wilkinson talks to experts from both sides of the divide, presenting an even-handed look at the issues as he probes the deeper causes of environmental exploitation.
http://knowledge.ca/program/peace-out

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Hi everyone – for those who received an

Hi everyone – for those who received an email from me saying I am in Cypress and need money – this is NOT true! My gmail account got hacked! Thank you to all who called with concern! I am working on sorting it out – I have to adjust every contact and then will send you all an email as well. Getting all my files back will be another challenge – anyone who knows how to do that – pm me!

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