Photo: Emma Gilchrist, DeSmog Canada/Flickr
David Suzuki | A long-held belief that big hydro projects are the most economically sustainable energy options is fast losing support as renewable energy costs plummet and projects multiply worldwide.
AJ Klein and Emma Lui express their solidarity with Treaty 8 land defenders oppo
Brent Patterson | Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has approved a Navigation Protection Act (formerly Navigable Waters Protection Act) permit and Fisheries Act permit for the construction of the Site C dam.
(L-R) Esther Pedersen, Arleen Boon, Verena Hoffmann. Photo by Donald Hoffmann
Brent Patterson | Solidarity with Treaty 8 members and allies who have set up a protest camp at Rocky Mountain Fort on the Peace River to oppose the Site C dam.
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Brent Patterson | Treaty 8 members and allies opposing the Site C dam have set up a protest camp at Rocky Mountain Fort on the Peace River.
Participants of the Rolling Justice Bus (Zsuzsa Harsman is in the middle)
Steve Gray, Zsuzsa Harsman | We travelled for eight days through the heartland of B.C. on the Rolling Justice Bus. Our purpose? To connect with First Nations, faith-based groups, environmentalists and others following the TRC.
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Rita Wong | The proposed building of the Site C dam would flood 5,550 hectares and destroy agricultural land and wildlife habitats. On top of that, BC Hydro is now going to cut down trees, destroying eagle nests.