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Culturalive! Pulls Together

We did a little Q&A with Melanie Furman, founder of Culturalive Fermented Foods, who is donating a portion of proceeds during the Week to End TMX – November 27 -Dec. 3. What motivated you to participate in the Week to End TMX?I am motivated to participate in this week because I believe it is the…
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A Q&A with NADA, Zero Waste Grocers

NADA is an independently owned zero-waste grocery store. As part of Pull Together’s Week to End TMX, NADA are donating to support Indigenous legal challenges to the Trans Mountain pipeline and tankers project. Here are some thoughts from owner Alison Carr. What motivated you to participate in the Week to End TMX? As a small,…
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Lena Laforet’s passionate call for us to Pull Together

“Imagine if bulldozers started digging in your backyard without your request or your permission. And: then they got away with it.  That would never happen in Canada: except on Indigenous People’s land. Why are some people’s rights to their land honoured and some not?” So begins teacher and activist Lena Laforet’s  powerful message on her…
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Supreme Court Here We Come

When the Federal Court of Appeal granted leave for First Nations to appeal the re-approval of the TMX pipeline and tankers, the Pull Together community jumped into action. With your help, we’ve raised an incredible $140k — nearly ⅓ of the way to our goal of $400k. And now we are backing new cases. When a judge…
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The Week to End TMX – Nov. 29-Dec 3

Conscious companies are pulling together! During the Week to End TMX (November 27-December 3), businesses are joining forces to raise big $$ for Indigenous legal challenges to protect land, water, and our common future. Check out the great restaurants, yoga studios, grocers and progressive brands who are part of The Week to End TMX here,…
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Toronto vs. Trans Mountain

December 5: Khelsilem from Squamish Nation will be in town speaking, followed by late night music and DJ! The Canadian government is doubling down on efforts to build the Trans Mountain Pipeline, which would run from the tar sands to the west coast, through salmon-bearing streams, parks, and Indigenous communities. Three First Nations — səl̓ilwətaɁɬ…
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