The safety and wellbeing of Unist’ot’en territory is under threat from TransCanada’s injunction application, which asks police to force a fracked gas pipeline through our home. We have hosted youth and womens’ gatherings, and the centre is currently home to Read More »
TransCanada has applied for an injunction against the Unist’ot’en and help is needed sending food up to camp. Do you have things you could donate? Do you have money to contribute to folks buying supplies? Are you going to camp Read More »
Pledges to support Unist’ot’en Camp in advance of LNG pipeline injunction hearing on International Human Rights Day
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
12/05/18, Coast Salish Territories / Vancouver BC:
Sixty five organizations and 1527 individuals are pledging support to the Unist’ot’en Camp, Read More »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – NOVEMBER 30 2018
“Our clan discussed this dream of a healing centre that would be land based, with all of the programming stemming from our teachings and our ancestral ways of wellness that are much more Read More »
Coastal GasLink Pipeline LTD has applied for an injunction and served us with notice for a civil lawsuit, seeking to kick us off our lands and to bankrupt us. They are seeking an “interim, interlocutory or permanent injunction” and financial Read More »
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.
Please watch and share the video above, along with this Read More »
We need your support.
Yesterday TransCanada tried to enter Unist’ot’en territory to begin work on their Coastal GasLink fracked gas pipeline. They were respectfully turned away by Johnny Morris of the Gidimt’en Clan. None of the Wet’suwet’en Clans consent to Read More »
This winter has seen the greatest snowfall in living memory in the northern interior where the Unist’ot’en Camp is located. This is addition to the extreme cold, and one more example of how the climate is changing and creating weather Read More »
LNG Kitimat is still on the table to move forward, based on article below. Our battle is not over yet.
Thank you for your continued support of the Unist’ot’en Camp.
The Globe and Mail
Shell looks beyond worries about Read More »
Much progress has been made on the Healing Lodge over the summer. Most of the remaining work is on the interior, so there is lots of work for all skill levels.
With the expected cool weather and being post Read More »