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Fundraiser: No Pipelines on Unist’ot’en Territory

Unistoten healing lodge construction

Extension being built on the healing lodge at Unist’ot’en, Wet’suwet’en territory.

The Unist’ot’en Clan of Northern BC has established a Camp at the entrance to their Territory. They have declared that no fossil fuel pipelines will cross their land.

All funds contributed will go to completing the Healing Lodge at the Camp. The Healing Lodge – central to the Unist’ot’en Camp – is nearing completion. With a final construction push it will be fully functional. Read the rest of this entry

Lax Kw’alaams members seek to stop test drilling at proposed LNG site

Lelu Island groupPetronas-led proposal for Lelu Island is one of leading B.C. projects

Unist’ot’en 6th Annual Action Camp Report and Pacific Trails Pipeline Update

Wet'suwet'en members and supporters of Unistoten camp in front of healing centre, under construction.  July 2015.

Wet’suwet’en members and supporters of Unist’ot’en camp in front of healing centre, under construction. July 2015.

July 15, 2015 – Last week we hosted successfully our 6th annual Action Camp. This year we had participants with wide and diverse backgrounds gathered to learn and conduct workshops on a variety of topics, continue the construction of our Healing Lodge, and strengthen relationships between the closely intersected work we are all engaged in. Read the rest of this entry

Voice for the Voiceless: Standing up for St’át’imc cultural heritage and traditional way of life.

IMG_6070Press Release, April 27th 2015

Junction Creek, Yalakom Valley, Xwisten (Bridge River), St’át’imc

On March 16th Voice for the Voiceless Camp set up to protect Junction Creek area

Today the camp is denying access to Aspen Planers the company who will be trying to start up their logging again in Junction Creek any day now. It is the wish of Xwisten elders, the camp, children of Xwisten among many others that there be no further logging in this area of their territory. Read the rest of this entry