Site C is an infringement of our Treaty. We have serious concerns about the effects of the flooding on groundwater, erosion, the impacts on Treaty rights, fish and wildlife habitat and safety. All of our concerns were dismissed or diminished. There was there no urgency to issue these approvals, given that none of the power from Site C is needed at all.
We are humbled by the way thousands of Canadians like yourself stood with Treaty 8 First Nations in their quest for justice, reconciliation, and respect for the land, and we are grateful that your donations helped to ensure that the Nations were well represented in all of their court dates, right up to the federal appeal court. THANK YOU!
Together we have raised incredible support for the West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations. The momentum that Join the Circle donors have generated will enable these Nations to continue raising funds as they await the outcome of federal and provincial appeals. The West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations extend their gratitude to each and every RAVEN donor, and are now taking over the fundraising campaign. If you are interested in continuing to support any future legal actions, there are links here that you can follow.
If you wish to continue supporting West Moberly and Prophet River, you can do so by sending your financial support to the charitable entity the two nations have set up for this purpose:
You can also send a cheque made out to:
Nun Wa Dee Stewardship Society – SITE C,
9824 98A Ave., Fort St. John, B.C. V1J 1S2