Protest - Revolt

07/08/18
Author: 
The Canadian Press

'I'm standing here by myself saying he's not welcome here,' activist says

 
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at a Liberal Party barbecue in Delta, B.C., on Sunday. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)
04/08/18
Author: 
Witness for the Peace

The hearing for the Site C injunction sought by the West Moberly First Nation continued this week with a morning rally Monday, July 30. Yvonne Tupper, a member of the Saulteau First Nation - along with the white elephant - reminded everyone that it's not too late to stop this debt bomb.

31/07/18
Author: 
Protect the Inlet

For immediate release

GRANDMOTHER TAKEN INTO CUSTODY TO SERVE 7 DAYS IN JAIL FOR OPPOSING TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE

Laurie Embree of 108 Mile Ranch was arrested in June and is the first of nine to face jail time as activists vow increased resistance on Burnaby Mountain

30/07/18
Author: 
BROKE - Burnaby Residents Opposing Kinder Morgan Expansion

BROKE Calls for Continuing Talks Over Camp Cloud Tensions

July 30, 2018

For further comment or information:

Contact Gene McGuckin at emcgthree@gmail.com or at 604-254-1421

 

 

In light of recent tensions among anti-pipeline land protectors at Camp Cloud, the City of Burnaby, and some of the residents near the Burnaby Mountain Kinder Morgan tank farm, the core group of BROKE (Burnaby Residents Opposing Kinder Morgan Expansion) offers the following.

 

23/07/18
Author: 
Justin Brake

July 20, 2018 

Arriving at dusk on Wednesday evening, Russ Diabo strolled into the Tiny House Warriors village in Blue River, B.C., where he was greeted warmly by land defenders and water protectors.

Nearly 2,000 kilometres away north of Winnipeg there was an Assembly of First Nations debate for the five candidates running for national chief, including Diabo.

But the First Nations policy analyst from Kahnawake would rather be with the grassroots people fighting for something he has spent his lifetime warning people about.

23/07/18
Author: 
Jason Proctor

West Moberly First Nations want interlocutory injunction to stop work ahead of trial

Jul 23, 2018

19/07/18
Author: 
Kelvin Gawley
Johnny Lee stands in front of a carver's cabin he is building at Camp Cloud. Photograph By KELVIN GAWLEY

Derek Corrigan says the city will go to court, if necessary, to bring camp under control

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