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Keeping the Peace - Join the Gathering in Kamloops

Keeping the Peace - Join the Gathering in Kamloops
Please join us on May 14 to express your solidarity with Treaty 8 First Nations’ struggle to protect the beautiful Peace River Valley and ensure that all British Columbians aren’t left paying billions of dollars for B.C.’s next White Elephant!
  • Keeping the Peace - Join the Gathering in Kamloops
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  • Please join us on May 14 to express your solidarity with Treaty 8 First Nations’ struggle to protect the beautiful Peace River Valley and ensure that all British Columbians aren’t left paying billions of dollars for B.C.’s next White Elephant!
When
May 14, 2015 from 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM (Canada/Pacific / UTC-700)
Where
Irving K. Barber Center, Brown Family House of Learning Building, Thompson River University, Kamloops BC
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The momentum is now unstoppable! Chief Roland Willson of West Moberly First Nation will be touring Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops to gather support for the Treaty 8 court cases. We are delighted to be partnering with Treaty 8 for this event series!

Please join us in Kamloops, Thursday, May 14, 7 pm at Irving K. Barber Center, Brown Family House of Learning Building, Thompson River University.  Hosted by the Shuswap First Nation. 

Admission by donation. All proceeds from the event will go to Treaty 8 First Nations’ legal challenges against Site C.

Treaty 8 First Nations and Peace Valley farmers are standing up in court for human rights, cultural survival, and productive farmland. In taking on a costly and potentially protracted court battle they are putting themselves on the line for all of us.

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