Pull Together was created as a way to stand with First Nations to stop tar sands pipelines and tankers. 

First, we raised over $600,000 was raised and the Enbridge Northern Gateway project was killed.

Then Round 2 of Pull Together was launched to stop the TransMountain Expansion — also known as Kinder Morgan.

People held fundraisers, organized events and raised another $650k for legal challenges.

Those court cases were successful in quashing the pipeline approval and stopping construction. 

 

Now, we wait for Canada’s decision about whether to proceed with the TMX project or cancel it outright. Stay tuned for a new round of
Pull Together: The People vs. TMX.

 

 

 

 

The TransMountain pipeline and tanker project — formerly known as Kinder Morgan — poses unacceptable risks to our oceans and waterways, our climate, local economies and communities. It must never be built. First Nations have vowed to stop it in court. People, businesses, & communities are raising funds to support the cases and stop this pipeline, together.  

Join us: donate, organize, or set up your own online fundraiser!

 

 

Amount Raised So Far

$673,672

 Through Pull Together, many friendships have been forged and a movement has grown up around the inspiring leadership of First Nations. Using the power of the crowd – that’s you – we’ve raised over a half a million dollars through donations, online “friend-raising”, community events, and business sponsorship.

TSLEIL-WAUTUTH
FIRST NATION

COLDWATER
FIRST NATION

SQUAMISH
FIRST NATION

STK’EMLUPSEMC TE SECWEPEMC
FIRST NATION

Amount Raised So Far

$673,672

WHAT’S NEW

This week, three First Nations are working to protect BC from the threat of a diluted bitumen spill. Arguing in favour of BC’s power to pass legislation to limit the transport of dirty oil, Indigenous Peoples are also emphasizing their rights to apply their own laws...

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The NEB just kicked a hornet’s nest

Today, the National Energy Board recommended the approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline and tankers project. The report found that the project would have "adverse effects on southern resident killer whales" and that greenhouse gas emissions from tankers would be...

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