Stand with Indigenous Peoples: support
legal challenges to stop Kinder Morgan’s
pipeline and tankers project.
Kinder Morgan’s pipeline and tanker project poses unacceptable risks to our oceans and waterways, our climate, local economies and communities. It must never be built. First Nations have vowed to stop it in court. People, businesses, & communities are raising funds to support the cases and stop this pipeline, together.
Join us: donate, organize, or set up your own online fundraiser!
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Pull Together was created as a way to stand with First Nations to stop unwanted tar sands pipelines. Using the power of the crowd – that’s you – we’ve raised over a half a million dollars through donations, online “friend-raising”, community events, and business sponsorship.
Multiple lawsuits have been filed since the project’s approval in late 2016. The Tsleil-Waututh, Coldwater, Squamish and Stk’emlupemc Te Secwepemc First Nations are all part of Pull Together.
STK’EMLUPSEMC TE SECWEPEMC
Pull Together was created as a way to stand with First Nations to stop Enbridge Northern Gateway. Together over $600,000 was raised and the project was killed.
Round 2, “The People vs. Kinder Morgan” is catching on quickly: people are raising money with concerts, workplace events, and “friend-raising” online.
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If you're a Canadian taxpayer, congratulations: you just bought a pipeline. In an announcement today, Finance Minister Bill Moreau delivered the shocking news that the federal government will spend at least $4.5 billion to bailout oil giant Kinder Morgan. It's a...read more
The Sustainability Collective, Common Energy, and UBCC350 held a book party celebrating the power of story and justice. Lindsay Borrows, author of the newly released Otter’s Journey through Indigenous Language and Law, and Grace Nosek, author of the Ava of the Gaia...read more
New whistleblower evidence suggests that the Canadian government — while carrying out ‘consultation’ about Kinder Morgan with First Nations — may have already made up its mind to approve the project. This is huge. If true, this could be the beginning of the end for...read more