Category Archives: Bulkley Valley

The articles in this category are all related to life in the Bulkley Valley

Welcome to our house territory: Qun Begh Yukh, House beside the fire the small frog clan, Liksilyu

  The Wet’suwet’en Matrilineal Coalition (WMC) is a non-profit association made up of hereditary chiefs that developed through the Wet’suwet’en community to address the need for a transparent community decision-making for major projects. One or two, or three hereditary chiefs cannot make decision for the entire nations.  Everyone counts!  Everyone Read More

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Parrot Lakes Recreation Site – No Free Prior and Informed Consent

In a declaration made by Warner Naziel and Adam Gagnon, made on their website and as posted below titled Likhts’amisyu Spring Construction Camp, be aware they do not have “Free Prior and Informed Consent” to commence this project on Sun House territory. They are proceeding in absolute disrespect to First Read More

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Objection to Warner Naziel’s building a camp at Parrot Lake Recreation site

To the Editor, My name is Adriana, I am the Granddaughter of Smogelgem, late Leonard George. My Grandpa taught me to have integrity and said if I am going to say something I should be able to stand by what I say. My Grandparents on my Mother and Father’s side Read More

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Warner intends to build a camp on Parrot Lake

To the Editor, Responding to Warner Naziel’s sister Lorraine in Voices of Witset on Facebook    Does the end justify the means? Can noble goals be achieved through dirty politics? This speaking event was held last night according to Lorraine’s post.  The Lakes District News has an article that Warner intends Read More

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All Hereditary Chiefs are and remain Legitimate

As we pointed out in previous articles, nobody was stripped except in the minds of a few men that appear to have a problem with females and authority. Let’s be honest, this is not about what 3 of the Hereditary Chiefs did, all the Wet’suwet’en Matrilineal Coalition was doing was Read More

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Understanding Moricetown (Witset) Chiefs

We wrote the title by intent, even if it’s not quite 100% accurate, as Hagwilget has blended with Moricetown very well over the last 75 years. For the sake of what we are about to tell all of the hereditary chiefs come from these two villages. We also did not Read More

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Horgan’s Wet’suwet’en Nightmare

John Horgan sat there in the audience when the video below was being made in witness of this day. John Ridsdale wanted to do this the Wet’suwet’en way, starting with a smoke feast, well they did enter somewhat of an agreement, 2 million dollars’ worth, that’s only the Office of Read More

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Climate Change and Pipelines

For the past 30 years like many people, we not only showed and shared a concern about losing the precious environment we have, many of us fought dearly to preserve it. There is nothing wrong with that, we need to stand up for what we believe in. Over that 30 Read More

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Leaked Documents – BC Government and Office of the Wet’suwet’en

What amazes me most about this process, is that it was the blockaders who made the most noise about refusing to negotiate, however it appears that almost every one that blockaded is rewarded with a position on the negotiating team. The documents were on massive sheets of paper 11×17 but Read More

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Eagle Down is Our Law – Book Review

Reading this book was an exercise of mixed emotions, a lot of it was not new to me having grown up with Wet’suwet’en people and interacting with them as family, friends and coworkers. There is a lot one can learn about the people you live with by reading books like Read More

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