Watch Episode 4, “Wellhead to Tidewater” with Isabella Zizi

Isabella grew up in Richmond, CA living roughly two miles away from the Richmond Chevron Refinery. Just one month after her high school graduation, on August 6, 2012, the refinery had a massive explosion that sent 15,000 residents to the hospital. This is when she knew work had to be done. Since then, her community-based organizing has taken…
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TMX: Supreme Court of Canada Denies Leave, as Tsleil Waututh announces another appeal

The following is a media statement from Tsleil Waututh, issued March 5, 2020: The Supreme Court of Canada has denied leave to appeal a decision by the Federal Court of Appeal from September 4th, 2019 which significantly limited the grounds that the First Nations, including Tsleil-Waututh, could argue in the recent Coldwater case.  Tsleil-Waututh announced today that they…
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Watch Episode 3 “Wellhead to Tidewater” with Anjali Appadurai

Anjali Appadurai from Sierra Club B.C. and the Padma Centre for Climate Justice spoke on the webinar episode about the global climate movement and organizing against climate change, and what this pipeline’s impact on Canada’s commitment on greenhouse gas emissions and the global South. Anjali’s family comes from Humble Nadu, a state in India’s southernmost tip.…
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Watch Episode 2 “Wellhead to Tidewater” with Kayah George

Kayah George of Tsleil-Waututh Nation and Tulalip Tribes spoke on what her communities have been organizing and the impacts of the super tankers on the Salish Sea, as well as on language and culture.  Click HERE to Watch and share! Kayah spoke with Sam Suarez, an organizer living in Oregon who has been travelling throughout the…
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Episode 1: “Wellhead to Tidewater” with WCEL’s Eugene Kung is now online!

We had an amazing 720 people sign up for our Pull Together organizing webinar series. Just a week after the TMX Federal Court decision, it was amazing to have Tsleil Waututh lawyer Eugene Kung on the call to walk us through the next steps for Indigenous legal action and to inspire us with how many…
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Skyrocketing costs of TMX should concern taxpayers: WCEL

Skyrocketing cost of Trans Mountain places unacceptable burden on taxpayers, lawyers say Estimated cost jumps from $7.4B to $12.6B, prompting calls for government to abandon the project  VANCOUVER, BC, Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh Territories – A $5.2 billion cost increase for the Trans Mountain pipeline and tankers project will saddle taxpayers with an unacceptable burden…
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The Fight to Stop Trans Mountain is Far from Over

Today, the Federal Court of Appeal dismissed significant Indigenous legal challenges to Trans Mountain: a disappointing decision that vitally affects the First Nations on the pipeline and tankers route, and cuts deep for many of us.   The 100-page decision focused primarily on a narrow range of issues allowed to be litigated in the judicial…
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Pancakes NOT Pipelines – Vancouver

Join the Squamish Nation for a pancake brunch fundraiser to stop Trans Mountain. We love pancakes, and our community, and we are raising funds to pay for the cost of three First Nations’ legal challenges against the Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project (Coldwater, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh). Come, enjoy breakfast with your friends and family…
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