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Squamish Nation vs. TMX

The Squamish Nation is a Coast Salish Nation whose territory includes Burrard Inlet, English Bay, Howe Sound, the Squamish Valley and north to Whistler. The Trans Mountain Expansion calls for new pipeline routes through Squamish Territory, 13 new tanks and one replacement tank at the Burnaby Terminal, the dismantling of the current Westridge Marine Terminal…
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A new case takes on scope of Trans Mountain pipeline review

While mainstream media made a fuss over Saskatchewan’s application to intervene in the Indigenous legal challenges to TMX, today Tsleil Waututh announced they will be taking a case to the Supreme Court. Arguing that the Federal Court of Appeal’s September 4th decision — to allow six First Nations to challenge the re-approval of the pipeline…
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Making the Impossible Possible

Our incredible community of Indigenous leaders and emboldened allies have already achieved the unthinkable — from quashing Trudeau’s Trans Mountain pipeline dreams last summer to standing our ground by raising an amazing $137,000 for First Nations’ court challenges since July. Way to go Pull Together! The Pull Together movement is in it for the long haul;…
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Pull Together Nations at VIFF red carpet gala

October 8, 2019: On the eve of the raising of a Big House in Heiltsuk territory, the Vancouver International Film Festival hosted a special joint screening with Tsleil Waututh Heiltsuk Nations. A sold out audience heard the story of how Pull Together Nations kicked Enbridge out of the Great Bear Rainforest in the documentary “Raven…
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Green Kegs and Ham – A comedy show to save the planet!

Depressed about climate change? Wish you could do more? Get your fix of action and laughter at Green Kegs & Hams! Where we can laugh at ourselves, and where the price of admission and every drink funds four Nations — Tsleil Waututh, Squamish, Coldwater and Secwepemc — in their legal challenge to the TransMountain Pipeline. You can donate to…
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On Strike for the Climate: At Work for the Future

The anticipation is building: in city after city, around the world, millions of people are joining forces, taking to the streets to demand climate justice. The climate strikes, led by youth, are disrupting business as usual in an unequivocal demand for justice: by everyone, for everyone.  The climate crisis won’t wait, so neither will we.…
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