Ana Simeon

As Canada delays climate action, Wet’suwet’en push on

By Ana Simeon / June 4, 2021 /

The Wet’suwet’en challenge Federal Court decision to strike constitutional action After the Federal Court struck the Wet’suwet’en constitutional and Charter challenge last November, two Houses of the Wet’suwet’en Likhts’amisyu (Fireweed) Clan are pressing ahead with an appeal. The case aims to confront Canada’s 30-year record of inaction and the inability of the political process, on…

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West Moberly First Nations wins key motion in Treaty infringement challenge over Site C

By Ana Simeon / May 4, 2021 /

BC and BC Hydro must disclose information on dam safety and cost. On April 30, the BC Supreme Court ordered B.C. and BC Hydro to disclose to West Moberly First Nations the full, unredacted Milburn Report and all appendices, as well as all documents relating to the projected final cost and safety of Site C…

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Site C campaign takes off with matching funds

By Ana Simeon / April 14, 2021 /

Just as West Moberly First Nations was headed to court to argue their critical motion to compel B.C. to release key documents on dam safety and costs, a “Group of Seven” generous donors stepped up to offer $50K in matching funds.

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Ana Siméon, Directrice des campagnes, sur les droits, la responsabilité et la réciprocité

By Ana Simeon / December 18, 2020 /

Dans leurs conversations, les membres de la Nation Wet’suwet’en font référence à l’affirmation des droits et des responsabilités des Wet’suwet’en sur et envers la terre. Droits et responsabilités : pas seulement droits. Et envers la terre : ce qui pointe vers une relation de réciprocité. Lorsque 5 nouvelles cabanes appartenant à des clans ont été…

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