An inspection by the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) has found Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd. (CGL) to be in “non compliance” with three conditions of their environmental assessment certificate. The EAO has requested that CGL “immediately cease activities” within the Read More »
Figures 1 and 2. Stone tools in-situ (Feb. 13, 2019).
Figure 3. Disturbed soil at worksite; cleared of forest and Unist’ot’en trapline (Feb. 13, 2019).
Figure 4. Biface recovered from worksite (Feb. 13, 2019).
Figure 5. Fragment of stemmed Read More »
On Friday, February 15, inspectors from the Archaeology Branch of the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations along with the BC Oil and Gas Commission trespassed on Unist’ot’en yintah (territory). They did not stop to go through the Read More »
February 14, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Significant Archaeological Finding Pauses CGL Work on Unist’ot’en Territory
On February 13th, 2019, two stone tools were recovered from the construction site of Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd.’s (CGL) proposed mancamp, Site 9A, marking Read More »
Coastal Gaslink (CGL) is establishing a proposed industrial work camp (aka: ‘man camp’) site in Unist’ot’en Territory known as Camp 9A. CGL had not even completed the required site-specific archaeological survey before they began clearing land for this proposed Read More »
February 9, 2019
ATTN: Coastal Gaslink Pipeline Project Employees, Contractors, and RCMP
The Unist’ot’en reject CGL and RCMP’s arbitrary and unreasonable interpretation of the interim injunction order affecting our territories, which is being used to justify the unlawful destruction Read More »
Our Elders wept as they surveyed the damage left behind by CGL at a trapping site our people have always used. A day after a sweat ceremony, with RCMP threatening the arrest of our trappers and healing centre clients, CGL Read More »
January 27, 2019 – The Unist’ot’en House Group of the Gilseyhu Clan is demanding that Coastal GasLink Ltd. cease work immediately due to non-compliance with BCOGC and BCEAO permits and ongoing violations of Canadian and Wet’suwet’en Law.
RCMP and the Read More »
Coastal GasLink continues to bulldoze our trap lines and destroy our land, pushing Wet’suwet’en people aside with support from the RCMP. The destruction of our trap lines is a direct threat to the programming of our Healing Centre and the Read More »