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By pulling together to protect what we love, we defeated one of the biggest oil companies on the planet. We’re calling on people from Montreal to California to everywhere in between to find smart, kick-ass and creative ways to stand with Indigenous Peoples against Big Oil.

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Pull Together Nations at VIFF red carpet gala

October 8, 2019: On the eve of the raising of a Big ...
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Pull Together Events Are All Over the Map

With dance parties and comedy shows, people are getting creative in their ...
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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 ...
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Past Event Highlights : check out what others have done to get inspired!

Clothing Swap raises $$ for Indigenous justice

Lovely message from Catherine Higham, of the UBC Law School, who held a clothing swap in support of Pull Together. “We raised a total of $255.40, including $199 of online donations – we got most people to donate directly through the Pull Together page. We’re hoping to have another swap with some of the left…
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A Pull Together House Party in Washington

It was a lovely evening as old and new friends convened at Carrie’s house for an evening of discussion and greater comprehension of the Kinder Morgan Pipeline and its fierce resistance: The Pull Together Movement. With a lovely feast, and hot tea, folks settled down to learn more about the implications of this potential pipeline…
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Rally with Squamish Nation Nov 6th!

On Monday, November 6th the Squamish Nation is in provincial court to face down Kinder Morgan. They are calling on all allies and coast protectors to join in a rally to show support and unity. Location: At the plaza on the corner of Nelson and Hornby near the courthouse. Please come join other passionate and…
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A powerful message from Reuben George

A message to the Pull Together community from Reuben George, on the final day of the legal challenges in federal court. Huge thanks to the Indigenous Nations challenging #KinderMorgan, and to everyone who came out to the celebration rally in downtown Vancouver. One final push is needed to support the amazing work of First Nations…
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Face Kinder Morgan in Court! 9 Days of Solidarity Events

Come join us at one of many amazing solidarity events as part of the 9 Days of Solidarity against Kinder Morgan!!! If you can’t come in person, please make a donation now to support Indigenous Peoples in their fight against an oil pipeline and tankers project on the Salish Sea. September 30-October 1: Peace Arch…
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This September 23, we’re Turning the Tides

Bid adieu to summer to the sounds of great music in North Vancouver — Coast Salish territory. Join us for an outdoor extravaganza and solidarity event in support of First Nations’ legal challenges to the Kinder Morgan and Petronas pipelines. We have a great line-up: come for dinner, enjoy the beer garden and food trucks, and…
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9 Days of Solidarity : October 2-15, stand with Indigenous Peoples in court

First Nations are in court against Kinder Morgan this October. Pledge to stand with them.  As the battle over Kinder Morgan heats up, standing as strong allies with Indigenous Peoples is more important than ever. We are planning 9 days of solidarity for the first 2 weeks of October, 2017, to show support to Indigenous Peoples…
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Pull Together means business

Are you a business owner?  Be part of Pull Together’s success story. At Pull Together, we’re using the power of our creative industries to stand up to Big Oil. Your work is what makes this place thrive: we all want to see an economy grow based on the film & tv, tourism, food and hospitality,…
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$100k raised by US allies in the fight against Kinder Morgan

We’re thrilled to announced that $100, 000 has been raised by communities from Washington state. The solidarity is incredible.  We are all Salish Sea people. Want to learn more about the phenomenal activism and community outreach being carried out by allies in Puget Sound, the San Juan Islands, Bellingham, and Seattle? Pull Together organizer Mary…
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Walk for the Salish Sea makes a huge splash!

News coverage is coming fast and furious in the wake of the Walk 4 the Salish Sea. 78+ orcas, accompanied by hundreds of other marchers and supporters, walked from Grandview Park on Commercial Drive along Hastings Street, blocking a lane of traffic and making a splash in the big city. Inspired? You can donate to support…
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Toronto Pulls Together (and pulls pints!) with Hopposition Ale

It’s getting warmer outside, and you know what that means: sunshine, new flowers, and best of all – patio season! This summer, Toronto350 is very excited to announce a partnership with Junction Craft Brewing and the launch of our new Hopposition Ale! Starting in June, portions of proceeds from beer sales will go directly to…
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Climate knows no borders. Neither does solidarity.

350-Seattle and Sierra Club hosted a party at Hellbent Brewery on May 16, raising several thousand dollars for Pull Together! We had a great time with live music by Eric, Ale, and Erika and brought together by our MC, Alec Connon. The intersection of meeting new people, great music, and protecting our sacred planet! Seattle…
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“Fiesta!” sizzles with super-fun Pull Together party

Fiesta! was a huge success! Thank you so much to everyone who bought a ticket, volunteered, somehow gave their time and talent to make this happen! We raised more than $3k with matching funds for Pull Together and we made a super fun party happen! Thank you Gordon August for your rousing speech and your welcome…
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When it comes to stopping Kinder Morgan, Tofino means business

In celebration of Earth Day, Tofino is Pulling Together! The incredible Bonny of Clayoquot Action in Tofino BC has organized a fantastic week of Pull Together fundraising on the Pacific Rim, in Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations territory. Businesses are offering tours, selling microbrews, “surfing for salmon”, and serving up baked treats to defend the coast from Kinder…
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Bandidas rocks (and parades!) on Earth Day for Pull Together

This Earth Day, Bandidas Taqueria in East Van is holding a fundraiser for the Pull Together campaign. Anyone who has eaten there knows that they have the best tacos in the west. Now, here’s another excuse to head out to enjoy Bandidas: Bandidas will be donating 100% of our profits for the entire day to…
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Pints not Pipelines in the Vancouver Observer

Story originally appeared in the Vancouver Observer Five local micro-breweries donated beer for a weekend charity event in Vancouver that brought in $17,000 to fund lawsuits against the proposed expansion of Kinder Morgan’s 1,150-kilometre Trans Mountain pipeline between Alberta and the Vancouver region. It follows a similar campaign by 21 craft beer makers in Quebec against TransCanada…
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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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Salish Sea Tour rocks the islands to stop Kinder Morgan

An epic tour of ports all across the Salish Sea is being brought together by communities who are ready to fight Kinder Morgan. Starting in the Gulf Islands, the Salish Sea vs. Kinder Morgan tour begins on Denman Island and touches down on Gabriola for a musical afternoon rally, hits Quadra for a screening of…
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Baba Brinkman bringing the rhymes April 14

Baba Brinkman is coming to do a special Pull Together show on April 14th on Salt Spring Island. He will also be performing at the Gulf Islands Secondary School on April 13. Check out his 4 minute message to the Donald:  Sponsored by Salt Spring Community Energy and Transition Salt Spring. Stay tuned for ticket info…
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Drum Making Workshop on Salt Spring Island

An all-day drum making workshop at a beautiful private home on Salt Spring Island for up to 15 participants. Led by Cowichan musician and artist Hweimtun. Each student will make their own drum; presentation includes ceremonial aspects and the opportunity to try many different drums. Ferry pick up and drop-off available. Cost $200 includes 14″…
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Walk for the Salish Sea

Join all or any part of this 4-day, family-friendly, broad-based citizen’s walk (or roll) over the Easter long-weekend, from Songhees to Tsleil-waututh territory, Victoria B.C to Burnaby, in unity and solidarity to protect global climate and marine ecosystems of the Salish Sea and surrounding communities from the threat of expanded tar sands pipelines and tanker…
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Moksha Yoga Burnaby pulls together to protect the coast

Through the months of January and February, Moksha Yoga Burnaby hot yoga studio are raising funds for First Nations legal challenges to the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tankers project.   Moksha Yoga Burnaby are standing up to ensure that all parties have an active voice in how development takes place in First Nations traditional territory, and that First Nations groups have…
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