Conservation groups question unnecessary rush to hand Protected Area over to BC Hydro for Site C Dam construction.
Conservation groups urge Canada to review a UN submission highlighting human rights and food security impacts of B.C.’s Site C dam.
Organizations from across Canada urge Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take immediate action to halt construction of BC’s Site C dam.
First Nations continue to fight to stop construction of the Site C Dam in order to protect old growth trees and eagle nests.
First Nations leaders from throughout northern BC gather in Prince George to discuss a process of resource development they say is broken.
Suzuki will join hundreds of people who will paddle down the Peace River to protest construction of the Site C dam.
Hundreds of people in canoes and kayaks will float down the Peace River July 11 to protest the imminent construction of the Site C dam.
Peace River Valley was identified as one of the top ten endangered places in Canada by Heritage Canada.
Chiefs from two First Nations bring 200 pounds of contaminated bull trout from BC’s Crooked River system in a demonstration on provincial legislature against the controversial $9 billion Site C dam.
In the midst of legal cases against the Site C Dam, the Treaty 8 Tribal Association finds a prehistoric horse bone in the Peace River Valley.
Four First Nations in the Peace River Valley team in court challenge against the federal government’s decision to approve the Site C dam.
Y2Y and other conservation groups, along with area residents and First Nations, argue the Site C Dam project should not go ahead.
Building the Site C Dam and flooding the Peace Valley would be a tragedy for First Nations, agriculture and the environment.
Site C is still opposed by many area residents, who are concerned about the project’s large-scale environmental and social impacts.
Victoria – Today opposition energy critic John Horgan submitted a declaration from 23 First Nations into the Legislature opposing the development of the Site C Dam, a large-scale hydroelectric project proposed by the BC Government.The earth-fill dam – estimated to cost $6.6-billion – would be the third dam on the Peace River in Northeastern BC.