Amazay: A Film About Water (You Tube)

Published by: Tse Keh Nay
Publication Date: 2008

Description: In 1968, the creation of the W.A.C. Bennet Dam amassed the world’s largest artificial lake, the Williston Reservoir. The rising waters flooded the Sekanni from their homelands and resulted in the destruction of the lower half of their watershed. The impacts of this massive event are still being felt today. In 2003, a new threat emerged that endangered the upper half of the Finlay River – Kemess North. Over the next 5 years the Tse keh Nay would fight through a flawed environmental assessment process to ultimately convince our Governments to reject the Kemess North project and protect Amazay Lake. This is their story. (Coming Soon!)

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