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Site C - Treaty Power or Power Politics?

Rick Koechl
about 1 month agoSeptember 4, 2018
04:32:11
Julian Napoleon speaks powerfully and with authority. I agree with him....the North East has been "sacrificed" it seems. We are ALL collateral damage because of this damn dam. The "powers" that created this mess will all be walking away from the debris...if they haven't already....AKA....Christy Clark, Gordon Campbell... yet we the people of the Peace will be the "damaged" remains of a project gone wrong. Shameful and appalling on so many levels.
Liz Galenzoski
7 days agoOctober 11, 2018
It doesn't help when you are asking the people who are causing the problem to give you a remedy for it.
George Smith
about 1 month agoSeptember 4, 2018
Truth is being spoken here.  Please watch and then act.
Andrea Craddock
about 1 month agoSeptember 4, 2018
Thank you for this important video. We are all treaty people. Educate yourself and stand with the West Moberly First Nation people. <3
Thomas Craig
about 1 month agoSeptember 4, 2018
If we needed this dam all of us would gain including first nations who would appreciate the electricity in there homes But we dont need it and it is just a very distructive project that will cost our grandchildren for there whole lifetime then there is the enviromental dmage that can never be repaired plus the loss of that valuable farmland There has got to be a way to stop thisawful waste and I hope someone is succesful
Brian Fisher
about 1 month agoSeptember 4, 2018
The sole purpose behind the continuation of Site C was Horgan and Eby's commitment to pay off BCNDP "James Gang" insiders and lobbyists.  This is a massive boondoggle which will never be profitable.  It needs to be stopped now.
Jule Asterisk
about 1 month agoSeptember 4, 2018
No more sacrifice zones!  We are all connected ... our treatment of the water and land, and our respect for Treaty and continuity of livelihood rights are connected.  Thank you for your work to protect land and water.  Thank you for this excellent explanation of the devastation of another unnecessary mega-project
Shanoon Leigh
about 1 month agoSeptember 4, 2018
can't build a dam on shale, can't steal land from the indigenous elders and families, and we don't need the power unless you want to frack, mine, and oil/gas destruction
Betty Long
about 1 month agoSeptember 4, 2018
Thank you for this video. Thank you for reminding us that we, non First Nations peoples, we too are part of this treaty. Thank you to the people still fighting. It breaks my heart the ongoing disrespect and disregard by this government, and BC Hydro  for Treaty 8, for valuable and irreplaceable farm land, the environmental consequences and the insurmountable debt load the citizens of this province are being saddled with.
Anonymous
about 1 month agoSeptember 4, 2018
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Sandra Currie
about 1 month agoSeptember 4, 2018
If you have an opportunity to see a documentary entitled "Fractured Lands", be sure to do so.   It shows how the treaty has been violated in the most egregious ways.    The image of the indigenous women cutting fish open to look for tumours is emblazoned on my brain.    The water, the land, the animals, the air, and the people have been poisoned by the fracking industry.    It makes me weep.    What the indigenous people of Canada have endured and continue to endure is the greatest shame.     We must work for truth and justice.    Reconciliation implies that both sides need to give up something.   I think the indigenous people don't owe us a thing.   But we owe them justice and reparations.
Anonymous
about 1 month agoSeptember 5, 2018

Shelley Falk Ouellette
about 1 month agoSeptember 5, 2018
04:32:13
To support the Moberly First Nation in their Infringement case, you can donate to 
www.stakeinthepeace.com or
witnessforthepeace.ca
These trials are lengthy and very costly. Every little bit helps.
Please donate today.
Lana Maree
about 1 month agoSeptember 6, 2018
Thank you for this clear message as to why the Peace must be protected, and what is truly at stake in terms of reconciliation.
Anonymous
about 1 month agoSeptember 6, 2018
Building on shale in fracking country; how seeeensible
Anonymous
about 1 month agoSeptember 7, 2018
That's enough job crushing for a decade or so. If the do-gooders ran Canada we would all be living in poverty. So shut it.
Denyse Geddes
4 days agoOctober 14, 2018
If I had written that,I would want to be anonymous too.  How shamefull
Megan Ardyche
about 1 month agoSeptember 7, 2018
What a great video. Some of the statements give me goosebumps because they are so true and so profound.
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