Please post & distribute widely. Nia:wen.
MNN. November 5th 2015. The kohtihon’tia:kwenio (women title holders) have launched a crowd funding campaign to raise $1 billion in 60 days. We want to permanently stop the dumping of toxic sewage, medical, industrial and pharmacutical waste into kaniatarowano’on:we. Mayor Coderre of MONTREAL says he needs $1 billion to stop throwing 8 billion litres of o’tah into our river. We need your help. The effects of this dump will impact all bodies of water connected to kaniatarowano’on:we (“St. Lawrence River), including the Great Lakes watershed, Finger Lakes region and all tributaries for untold generations. On this issue we are of one mind. The power is the people! We can stop the corporate practice of dumping into our river. CLICK HERE for the crowd funding campaign – every little bit helps! Please share in your networks and ask your friends, family and allies to make a modest donation. If we do not reach our goal of $1 billion in 60 days you will be refunded your contribution. Nia:wen kowa for your efforts and support.
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This is what the Peace River valley looks like before Site C dam
This is what the Peace River valley looks like before Site C damEver wonder what the fuss is about when people talk about Site C dam? Maybe being able to see what is at stake will touch people's hearts. Anyone who sees this incredible area knows what this means.Most areas in this video will be buried underwater forever by the dam's unneeded construction.Send us your concerns about this unneeded project at realsitechearings.orgOriginal link found here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OO7_gJtwTdA
Posted by West Coast Native News on Saturday, October 31, 2015