LNG - Fracking

19/12/18
Author: 
First Nations Leaders
Gitdumden Statement Dec. 17, 2018

Canada's highest court has affirmed that the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs have jurisdiction over their 22,000 square kilometres of territory. This video explains Wet'suwet'en governance and why our chiefs oppose pipelines.

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18/12/18
Author: 
Sawyer Bogdan
Molly Wickham, a member of the Gidimt’en clan (right) with fellow protestor on Morice River road protesting the injunction to let Coastal Gas onto their territory on December 17, 2018 | Photo by Sawyer Bogdan
After a judged approved an injunction against the Unist’ot’en for blocking the Morice River Bridge, other Wet’suwet’en clans have stepped in.

The blockage has been moved onto Cas Yika territory, a member of the Gidimt’en clan 44 km before Unist’ot’en territory.

Molly Wickham, a member of the Gidimt’en clan, said the five clans of the Wet’suwet’en are banning together to protect their territory.

“Now that the injunction has come down it’s a safety risk to all of our territories and all of the people on the territories,” said Wickham.

17/12/18
Author: 
First Nations Leaders

Media Contacts:

Natalie Knight: 778-707-2902

Aiyanas Ormond: 604-315-8766

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

OFFICES OF B.C. MLA'S OCCUPIED IN SUPPORT OF UNIST'OT'EN FACING INJUNCTION ORDER; PUBLIC RALLY TO FOLLOW

 

17/12/18
Author: 
350 Seattle

Dec.17, 2018

On Friday, Chase gave a $1.5 billion loan to TransCanada -- the corporation that is trying to bulldoze a Unis'to'ten healing center to build a fracked gas pipeline -- so we laid a fifty-foot oil pipeline and simulated an oil spill in their regional HQ.

Please share this video if you agree that Chase must respect the sovereign rights of the Unis'to'ten and stop funding climate disaster.

17/12/18
Author: 
Marc Lee
BC's new Climate Plan

BC’s new climate plan, Clean BC, is a big and visionary document and was instantly lauded by environmental groups and businesses alike. In this post, I recap the key components of the plan and do a bit of a reality check against the hype, in particular the challenge of fitting liquefied natural gas (LNG) into the plan.

14/12/18
Author: 
stand.earth

Federal and provincial governments in Canada want to be seen as climate leaders. Yet they continue to introduce policies and spend billions of taxpayer dollars to expand oil and gas production.

13/12/18
Author: 
First Nations Leaders
10/12/18
Author: 
Brent Jang

DECEMBER 9, 2018

TransCanada Corp.’s Coastal GasLink subsidiary will seek a court order this week to dismantle a blockade backed by a group of hereditary Indigenous leaders who are trying to halt construction on a $6.2-billion pipeline project.

Numerous members of the Unist’ot’en group, also known as the Dark House, have blocked access to a crucial bridge, Coastal GasLink said in its injunction application in B.C. Supreme Court. A court hearing is scheduled for Thursday in Prince George, B.C.

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