Yuct Ne Senxiymetkwe Camp

National Day of Action to STOP Mount Polley Reopening on April 29, 2015

"The Secwepemc Woman Warriors Society calls on all people across the land to use any tactics possible to stand in solidarity with the Secwepemc Peoples eviction of Imperial Metals from their Territory!"

On April 1st, the province of BC accepted the application to reopen Imperial Metals Mount Polley mine, leaving 1 month for the public to respond. This company and mine is responsibly for dumping 14.5 million cubic metres of mining wastes into pristine waterways, the Fraser River Watershed, the 2nd largest salmon spawning grounds in the World and devastating the unceded Territory of the Secwepemc Peoples and their way of life.

Imperial Metals has not cleaned up their mess! The province of BC and Imperial Metals are responsible and must be held accountable. Please stand in action with us on April 29, 2015 and demand that Mount Polley NOT reopen.

 

Facebook Page: Yuct Ne Senxiymetkwe Camp.

National Day of Action Event Page: National Day of Action to STOP Mount Polley Reopening

Idle No More website Event Page: National Day of Action to STOP Mount Polley Reopening

Background

 

This is what they're doing to clean up the worst mining disaster in Canadian history.

 

Indigenous Resistance to the Mount Polley Mining Disaster Webinar