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July 19, 2019

The Watson Slough is a large natural wetland habitat adjacent to Highway 29 at Bear Flat between Fort St John and Hudson’s Hope. This slough attracts people from around the world as it is a refuge for endangered birds such as the Yellow Rail, Horned Grebe and other har...

September 18, 2018

Barn swallows are listed as threatened species under the Species at Risk Act in Canada. Loss of nesting habitat, including wetlands, have been identified as a cause for their threatened status.

“There’s a real concern over the decline in barn swallows [in British Columb...

September 7, 2018

Paddle for the Peace 2018

“We aren’t opposed to the creation of the energy, what we’re opposed to is the destruction of this valley.” 
- Chief Roland Willson

 

The 13th Annual Paddle for the Peace was held on July 14th, 2018.
 

Hear Chief Willson from West Moberly First N...

July 23, 2018

 

We are happy to announce that the Peace Valley Landowner Association has reached our fundraising goal to pay off our bills incurred in the BCUC Site C Hearing process of last fall.  We wish to thank all those who helped us reach that goal, and your support was very mu...

June 18, 2018

BC Hydro is just now releasing details of a recent meteorite strike at the Site C Dam project in northern BC near the town of Fort St. John.  No official photos have been released yet, but the accompanying photo was taken from Dam Protesters Point and shows the massive...

June 14, 2018

For years, Arthur Hadland has been pushing for answers from BC Hydro and the BC Government in regards to the geotechnical concerns with the Site C dam in general, and the lack of bedrock specifically.  He is not getting any response or even acknowledgement of his lette...

April 3, 2018

 Quadra Island

         The December 11, 2017 decision by Premier John Horgan to proceed with the Site C dam was a shocking disappointment to many who helped the NDP and Greens form government last year.
To those who were paying attention, and not be...

March 14, 2018

The amazing thing about civil suits is that they tend to bring documents to the light of day that may otherwise never be exposed. Until a determination of their civil claim for Treaty infringement can be determined at trial, West Moberly First Nations have filed an app...

February 23, 2018

In February 1967, well #WA 02082 10-10-083-19-W6M was drilled to a depth of 6157 feet and then abandoned later that same year. No thought was likely given to the notion that BC Hydro would attempt to build a hydroelectric dam at that very spot some 40 years later.

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February 4, 2018

World Wetlands Day was February 2, 2018.

CONSERVING  WETLANDS IS CRUCIAL TO MAINTAINING HEALTHY ECOSYSTEMS.

However, BC Hydro intends to clear the Watson Slough in the winter of 2021/2022 in preparation for the flooding Site C dam will cause.  Site C is a social, ec...