THE PEOPLE vs. TRANS MOUNTAIN

Stand with Indigenous Peoples: support legal challenges to TMX.

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THE PEOPLE vs. TRANS MOUNTAIN

Stand with Indigenous Peoples: support legal challenges to TMX.

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The movement to protect our climate and our communities from the Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project has incredible momentum. Three Indigenous Nations — Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Coldwater —  launched a series of legal challenges.

All across the country and around the world, allies organized community events, used their online networks to fundraise, and made generous donations. Though the legal avenue did not succeed in halting the project, Coast Protectors continues to build a people-powered movement led by powerful Indigenous leaders.

Hear from Indigenous Nations on their commitment to continue forward:

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TMX poses unacceptable risks to our oceans and our climate. Indigenous Nations’ legal victories have slowed construction and forced regulators to re-assess the project.

Do what you love. Protect where you live.

Determined that this project must never be built, passionate people, businesses, and community groups are raised nearly $700k so that Indigenous Nations did not have to shoulder the burden of standing up to industry and government alone.

Funds raised by Pull Together go entirely towards First Nations legal defence.

Meet the nations fighting TMX

“We reject Trans Mountain under our laws because it violates the sacred trust we have with the water.”

— CHARLENE ALECK, TSLEIL WAUTUTH NATION

Meet the nations fighting TMX

““Water is life. This is what we’re trying to protect: our watershed. Because it’s not IF there’s a spill: it’s WHEN.” 

— CHIEF LEE SPAHAN, COLDWATER NATION

Meet the nations fighting TMX

“Our fight against Trans Mountain is on behalf of all of our future generations.”

— SQUAMISH NATION