to Tower's Nechako
Gold property to begin the first phase of a diamond drilling program.
It examines the histories of indigenous activism in New Zealand, Canada, and the US, particularly in fighting plans by the Aluminum Company of Canada to expand a hydroelectric operation that almost destroyed the Nechako
River and communities that depend on it; the case of students and faculty from Haskell Indian Nations U.
When advocating for reconsideration of the Columbia River Treaty and explaining the consequences of species endangerment, like the Salmon of the Nechako
, the author makes an illustrative point, which is transversal to the entire book: the relationship of history, governmental indifference, the fundamental rights of the communities, and decision-makers' responsibilities must ultimately result in the creation of water ethics as a guideline for policy-making.
Peace River 5 Cariboo 6 Northeast 7 Vancouver Island and Coast 8 Thompson, Okanagan 9 Kootenay 10 Nechako
11 Lower Mainland.
Other examples of First Nations asserting water rights include: the Saik'uz and Stellat'en First Nations asserting aboriginal title in the Nechako
River and claiming nuisance and breach of riparian rights relating to impacts from a dam and reservoir; (156) the Nadleh Whut'en and Stellat'en First Nations' water declarations and policies; (157) the SyilxNation Siwl[k.sup.w] (Water)Declaration; (158) and Treaty 8 First Nations' statement of water rights as Treaty-protected, land-based interests in the Northeast Water Strategy, which implicates the watersheds with the most concentrated oil and gas development in BC.
(40) At the site of the Kenny Dam on the Nechako
River, many people of the Cheslatta T'en First Nation were displaced by the subsequent flooding of their traditional territories.
Similarly, Gillian Wigmore (PG, 9 July, 9740-9741) described how she and her partner had "raised our kids paddling our canoes on the Nechako
River, the Fraser River, the Dease River, the Stewart River, the Kitimat River, and on lakes and rivers between here and the Coast." Wigmore's phrasing reveals an intimate and embodied experience of the area: she says, "we've raised our kids," not in Prince George or in our house, but raised them "paddling" in relation to specific bodies of water, a specific and situated skill that makes it sound like the rivers are an extension of their bodies.
The following ERs were combined for this reason: in Newfoundland and Labrador: Avalon Peninsula and South Coast-Burin Peninsula; in Quebec: Laurentides and Outaouais; Capital-Nationale and Mauricie; in Manitoba: South Central and North Central; in Saskatchewan: Prince Albert and Northern; and in British Columbia: North Coast and Nechako
"I would watch my son stand on the banks of the Nechako
River and cast a rod for hours and catch only trash fish.
30 for a water license to build a water-release facility that would stabilize the Nechako