A Pull Together Birthday Party Success!

Tamiko, a Vancouver local and Pull Together supporter, organized her birthday party around raising funds to support the First Nations pursuing legal challenges to stop TMX! 51 people showed up at the Unitarian Church for an evening of food, stories and games such as charades, name that tune (music and movies from the 60’s,70’s etc…
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First Nations stand together against Trans Mountain: Federal Court of Appeal begins new round of hearings in Vancouver

It was an emotional day. While the messages were sombre, the feeling was overwhelmingly positive as Nations stood together to have their cases heard before the Federal Court of Appeal. On December 16th, representatives of Indigenous communities fighting the Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project (TMX) gathered in a demonstration of unity and resolve. Their…
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People’s Paddle raises $5600!

Today on the waters of the Lekwungen territory aka the Gorge, a group of paddlers with the strong leadership of Tiffany Joseph who shared song and wise and powerful teachings from these lands, pulled a super-banner with a message through the water that still there is no consent among many nations to Trudeau’s misguided tar…
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No shucking pipeline

A great story of oysters, friends, and one tenacious hummingbird, sent in by Edwin Ochmanek. Friends – Thank you one and all for your generous support, your thoughtful conversation, your laughs and wonderful energy. Even the those of you that we didn’t know before Sunday felt like family here – some fine connections were made…
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Indigenous cases against TMX, explained

On Monday, December 16th, the Federal Court of Appeal will be conducting a judicial review of the Trans Mountain pipeline and tankers project approval. Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Coldwater First Nations are challenging the constitutionality of the 2019 approval of the project and will be arguing that the government failed to adequately consult them about a…
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Pull Together is Pumping Out Support for First Nations Protecting Our Coast from the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion

Last week at ArtSpring with the small community of Salt Spring Island, folks raised over $5K to support the three Nations that are trying to stop the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project (TMX). This past week was historic for Pull Together. We raised $70,000 in just 10 days for Indigenous legal challenges to stop the…
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Historic Moment in Fundraising for Pull Together during the Week to End TMX

We are beyond inspired and encouraged by businesses leading the way as strong allies for Indigenous rights and environmental justice! On November 26th, we kicked off a Week to End TMX (Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion project) where we invited businesses to join the Pull Together movement and get behind First Nations leading the charge to…
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SḴWÁLWEN Botanicals Joins the Week to End TMX!

Sḵwálwen (skwall – win) is an Indigenous business creating small batch botanical skin care products. Honouring traditional Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) plant knowledge, they incorporate wild harvested plants and organic, high quality ingredients. Their wild plant ingredients are harvested in a sustainable and respectful way and each product has a Squamish name to honour the place where…
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