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The Segregation of West Moberly First Nation

With already two dams and thousands of gas wells, the territory around the West Moberly Lake is no longer available for traditional activities: First Nations can no longer practice their culture and are living in a new form of segregation.

Year 2017 Length 6 MINS

Lady Mayor and the Corporations

A small town in the middle of a territory rich in natural resources can only wait for decisions taken somewhere else. That’s the personal fight of Gwen Johansson, mayor of Hudson’s Hope. Big corporations decide almost without the interference of the government, and very often the government approves corporations’ decisions straightaway.

Year 2017 Length 6 MINS

Platanos: Self-Rescue

Platanos: Self-Rescue shows the hardships of volunteers who run a self orginized refugee rescue camp (Platanos) on the Greek island of Lesvos.

Year 2017 Length 6 MINS

Upstream #6: Kristin and Sage

They met in Vancouver during the hunger strike against the dam: Sage Birley and Kristin Henry meet again in the Peace River Valley some months later and discuss about resistance, activism, future and food sustainability. Kristin’s long hunger strike inspired a lot of people and took the battle right into the heart of Vancouver, in front of BC Hydro main office.

Year 2017 Length 6 MINS

Trouble #3: Refugees Welcome

In this month’s episode of Trouble, anarchist media collective we interview a number of individuals from around the world who are helping to chart a course for the future based on living practices of solidarity and mutual aid, and who are invested in tearing down the physical and imaginary borders that seek to keep us divided.

Year 2017 Length 34 MINS

Farmers of the Peace

Being a farmer in the Peace River region is not so easy, as thousands of gas wells near Fort St. John give highly paid jobs, but organic farming is still developing, thanks to the strength and resistance of people like Richard Birley and his family.

Year 2017 Length 8 MINS

Pros and Cons of Site C Dam

David Conway of BC Hydro and Ana Simeon of Sierra Club BC explain pro and contra of a project that will cost around 9 billion dollars. The energy produced will help industries and gas and oil wells, while more than 5000 hectares of farmland and sacred sites will be flooded.

Year 2017 Length 10 MINS

The Highway in their Backyard

Arlene and Ken Boon will have to move from their house if Site C will be built: their garden is the proposed site for the reallocation of the highway that would be flooded, but they don’t stop fighting. “Once you stop fighting, you die, and we are not ready for that”.

Year 2017 Length 11 MINS

Take a Look at the Construction

Poul and Esther Pedersen have their fields and their horses right in front of the construction site of the dam and they remember when an helicopter took off from their land to take Chiefs and activists to the occupation camp on the other slope of the Peace River. But that camp had to be removed.

Year 2017 Length 9 MINS