Site C dam

First Nations ready to set up blockades if Site C dam approved

First Nations in northeastern B.C. repeated a familiar story to the Site C Joint Review Panel on Tuesday, saying they are being backed into a corner, and warning that they are ready to set up blockades if the hydroelectric dam is approved. Public hearings in aboriginal communities over B.C. Hydro’s $7.9-billion proposal concluded in Halfway River First Nation, where band members and elders said they’re united “shoulder to shoulder” to stop the flooding of the Peace River valley.

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