Stories

Trudeau’s Tears on tap at Pints not Pipelines

Pints not Pipelines event in Vancouver was a slam-dunk! According to organizer Mary Lovell, “We raised 17k for First Nations legal opposition to km last night. I am drinking your tears, Justin Trudeau. Respect indigenous rights. Stop the tar sands. Pull together. #pulltogether cheers to everyone who did such an amazing job, djs breweries volunteers,…
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Sponsor an Orca: a superpod of killer whales fundraises for Pull Together

Orca Sounding is an art project using whale sculptures and their human guardians, in a performance that reflects the wide spread knowledge of—both traditional and scientific— and love for these whales. Every person involved in the project is linked to an individual whale from the resident J, K, and L pods who live in the Salish Sea.…
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Pumpkins not pipelines

Pumpkin Soup dinner raised $220 for Pull Together! Says organizer Kayla Siefried: “I had a huge pumpkin from the Fall, and was wondering how I would eat it all! I decided to have a gathering and turn it into soup. A friend made some cornbread, another friend brought tea, and suddenly we had a complete meal!  I asked folks to…
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Meet the Nations Fighting Kinder Morgan

To beat Enbridge, Pull Together raised $600,000 for the legal challenge - and we're doing it again to beat Kinder Morgan. You can pull together with First Nations to stop Kinder Morgan.
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Planning to Walk 4 the Salish Sea? Register Here!

The world is in ecological and social crisis. Now is the time to walk the talk on climate change, Indigenous rights and local democracy – before it’s too late. We’re calling on defenders of this coast, its people, and the climate and our local democracy to join us on the Walk 4 the Salish Sea! – a…
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Small is beautiful: Saturna brings the noise for Pull Together

A small island makes a big contribution! Judith Rees-Thomas, Nancy Gerber, Dawn Woods, Annie Popperwell, and David Osborne decided to organize a Pull Together concert on Saturna Island to raise funds.  The evening featured many talented performers on the island, including musicians, bands, spoken word poets and thespians.   Bakers contributed cookies and snacks to the concession, and the…
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