Wet’suwet’en Water Protectors Evade RCMP As Police Mobilize For Raid

By It's Going Down. -

Two weeks after Wet’suwet’en water protectors evicted Coastal GasLink workers and occupied a key pipeline drill site, water protectors executed a strategic retreat to avoid arrest and violence at [...]

CN Rail Wins Right To Privately Prosecute Rail Blockade Participants

By Colin Dacre, Prince George Citizen. -

CN Rail has won the right to privately pursue criminal charges against three people who participated in a 2020 rail blockade in northern B.C., despite the fact that provincial prosecutors [...]

Wet’suwet’en Retake Checkpoint A Month After Police Crackdown

By Anish R. M., People's Dispatch. -

On Saturday, December 19, activists leading the Wet’suwet’en resistance against the Coastal GasLink (CGL) pipeline project declared that they evicted workers of the project from the drill site. [...]

Wet’suwet’en Resistance And Solidarity: Evicting The Colonizers

By YintahAccess.com. -

One month ago today, the RCMP violently raided unceded Gidimt’en territory (November 18-19, 2021), removing Indigenous people from their land at gunpoint on behalf of TC Energy’s proposed Coastal [...]

Report-Back From A Rail Blockade In Saint-Lambert

By It's Going Down. -

On Saturday, more than sixty people acting in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land defenders blocked the CN main line in Saint-Lambert south of Montreal for over six hours. It was the longest rail [...]

Gitxsan Hereditary Chiefs Evict Government Liaison Nathan Cullen

By Brent Patterson, PBI Canada. -

The Gitxsan have posted on Instagram: “Gitxsan Hereditary Chiefs evict MLA Nathan Cullen from Gitxsan Lax’yip [territory].” Their post continues: “The NDP has failed to uphold good relations [...]

Violence Against Wet’suwet’en And Apparent Police, Industry Collusion

By Brent Patterson, Rabble.ca. -

By January 24, 2014, the RCMP’s Critical Infrastructure Intelligence Team (CIIT) had produced an intelligence assessment on Criminal Threats to the Canadian Petroleum Industry that notes “violent [...]

Wet’suwet’en Supporters Shut Down LaSalle Causeway

By Owen Fullerton, Toronto Star. -

A blockade shut down the LaSalle Causeway for part of Sunday afternoon. The Causeway was unusable for nearly an hour due to the protest, before Kingston Police officers were dispatched to remove [...]

52nd National Day Of Mourning To Be Observed In Plymouth

By UAINE, Popular Resistance. -

According to UAINE youth coordinator Kisha James, who is Aquinnah Wampanoag and Oglala Lakota and the granddaughter of Wamsutta Frank James, the founder of National Day of Mourning, “We Native [...]

Wet’suwet’en Block Effort To Tunnel Under Morice River

By Amanda Follett Hosgood, The Tyee. -

At the turnoff, four workers with Coastal GasLink security gather in orange and yellow vests, their voices edged with frustration as they talk above four idling pickup trucks that release a haze [...]

Violence Against Indigenous Peoples Is Happening In Plain Sight

By Brandi Morin, Toronto Star. -

It’s been just over one year since the RCMP raided Wet’suwet’en camps along the route of the Coastal Gas Link (CGL) LNG pipeline in Northern B.C. Brandishing guns and tactical gear, the RCMP [...]

One Year Anniversary Of Wet’suwet’en Protests, Blockades

By Adam Olsen. -

The protests were a result of the BC NDP’s decision to press ahead with the Coastal GasLink pipeline through the Wet’suwet’en territory using militarized RCMP to enforce their decision. I had [...]

How The Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Actions Changed Their Lives

By Emily Fagan, The Tyee. -

It was the first week of Kolin Sutherland-Wilson’s final semester at the University of Victoria. But he wasn’t there. Instead, on a chilly January morning in 2020, he sat alone on the front steps [...]

Wet’suwet’en Call On Province To Close Pipeline Work Camps

By Amanda Follett Hosgood, The Tyee. -

Members of the Wet’suwet’en Nation are calling on B.C.’s public health officer to shut down work camps operating on their territory as COVID-19 numbers rise in northern B.C. In an open [...]

Wet’suwet’en Clans Endorse Governance Agreement With Canada And BC

Wet’suwet’en clans in British Columbia have ratified a memorandum of understanding that will see them take back management of their traditional territories, although one clan says the deal [...]

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