Globe and Mail on Maiyoo Keyoh Blockade

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Tensions flare between Maiyoo Keyoh and Canfor over removal of forests

Maiyoo Keyoh Blockade makes National News

Maiyoo Keyoh Blockade makes National News

Donate and help the Maiyoo Keyoh pursue their Rights & Title to protect the ancestral Maiyoo Keyoh Territory.





Keyoh Holder, Sally Sam at ancestral village of Susk’uz

Each extended family had their own village on their Keyoh. Susk’uz is the name of the village where Sally’s grandparents lived in pit houses. Susk’uz is also the location of Sally’s family’s grave yard. Susk’uz was the family’s main village site, along with a number of camps on the Maiyoo Keyoh. Other families had their own village and country or territory called a keyoh. Each family have historic rights to hunt, trap and fish with exclusive use and occupancy of their territory, use by others is by permission.