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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Root to Rise Yoga Class

https://www.facebook.com/events/2372144636370720/ Join us for a Root to Rise yoga & meditation fundraiser! This planet is our playground, our provider, and our home. We want to leave the world better than when we borrowed it so that future generations can connect with the same beauty that we are privileged to experience. On November 27, Root Creative…
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Portland Pulls Together!

Portland’s got talent! Saturday, 14 December 2019 from 17:00-20:00 Join us for a night of talent, variety, community, and resistance as we raise funds for First Nations to stop the Trans Mountain Pipeline! Enjoy a variety of talented local artists that will make you laugh, cry, and fill your heart with joy knowing that we…
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Braiding Cedar: An Evening of Indigenous stories + song

Join us for an evening of Indigenous solidarity, songs and stories in support of Pull-Together. Artspring, 100 Jackson Ave. Salt Spring Island BC November 29th 7-9:30 pm. Be inspired by the remarkable alliance being forged in the First Nations-led movement that is reshaping the legal and cultural landscape and putting reconciliation into action. The event…
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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

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 təməxʷ (Tsleil-Waututh), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and C’eletkwmx (Coldwater) — are taking the federal government to court over the construction…
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Pull Together Nations Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh take anti-TMX cases to Supreme Court

Back in September, the Pull Together team celebrated the fact that the First Nations’ cases against Trans Mountain were going ahead even though the Federal Court of Appeal had rejected applications from Ecojustice and other environmental groups. Unfortunately, in the same September 4th decision, the judge significantly narrowed the grounds on which the Nations can…
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Pancakes NOT Pipelines! Seattle Pulls Together

Join a community fundraiser for Pull Together (www.pull-together.ca) to raise money for the Tsleil Waututh, Stk’emlupsemc te Secwepemc, Coldwater and Squamish Nation lawsuits against the TransMountain pipeline and tanker expansion. These Indigenous legal challenges may be our best shot at stopping this toxic tar sands project in its tracks! When: Saturday, 23 November 2019 from…
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