An Oil Free Coast is Everyone’s Business

With dance parties and comedy shows, people are getting creative in their efforts to stop a pipeline. Under the tagline, “Who knew stopping a pipeline would be so much fun?”, people all across Turtle Island are using their talents and engaging their communities to support the Pull Together campaign.  This incredible community has raised over…
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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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Pull Together Events Are All Over the Map

With dance parties and comedy shows, people are getting creative in their efforts to stop a pipeline. Under the tagline, “Who knew stopping a pipeline would be so much fun?”, people all across Turtle Island are using their talents and engaging their communities to support the Pull Together campaign.  Activists know that the Trans Mountain…
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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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Climate week sparks big shifts

A tide of wild inspiration just  ripped across the continent.  From New York to Vancouver, youth led a call that brought over 7 million people into the streets.  Amidst torrential downpours in Seattle and blazing skies in Montreal, people marched, sang, and bonded over a shared love of this planet. Denial is no longer possible: with one giant,…
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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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Together against TMX: First Nations launch new round of legal challenges

Watch the video from the press conference in which First Nations officially launched their appeals of the recent re-approval of the Trans Mountain Pipeline and Tanker Expansion Project (TMX). If successful, these legal challenges could once again stop the project in its tracks by quashing or nullifying the approval. The First Nations applicants’ traditional territories…
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Another Barrier to TMX, Brought to You by Indigenous Nations

In a victory for the Squamish Nation — and a setback to TMX — on September 17, 2019,  B.C.’s Court of Appeal ordered ministers to reconsider the Provincial Environmental Certificate issued to Trans Mountain under the previous provincial government.  This means that BC can now impose more stringent conditions on TMX, and could, as Squamish Nation recommends,…
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