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January 6

As sequel to Wet’suwet’en pipeline showdown looms, does B.C.’s UN pledge point the way forward?
By Wanyee Li, Jeremy Nuttall [ The Star] Jan 6, 2020

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs Evict Coastal GasLink from Territory
[Rising Tide] Jan 6, 2020

Wet’suwet’en Chiefs order CGL workers out of site south of Houston.
John Crawford [I Heart Radio] Jan 6, 2020

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs terminate access agreement with Coastal GasLink.
Bill Phillips [PG Daily News] Jan 6, 2020

B.C. LNG pipeline project to resume work despite opposition, says company,
[National Post] Jan 6, 2020

January 7

Wet’suwet’en chiefs vow to defy Coastal GasLink injunction, intensifying standoff one year after RCMP truce
Brent Jang [The Globe & Mail] 7 JAN 2020

‘The world is watching’: Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs explain why CGL has to go
National News | January 7, 2020 by Kathleen Martens

A year after RCMP’s violent raid, Wet’suwet’en people fear repeat
Jillian Kestler-D’Amours, Al-Jazeera

Hereditary chiefs say no access to Wet’suwet’en territory until B.C. addresses title issues. 
Chantelle Bellrichard

Wet’suwet’en Jurisdiction and Governance Must be Upheld

B.C. hereditary chiefs ban Coastal GasLink from Wet’suwet’en lands
Trevor Hewitt

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs provide update on Eviction notice to Coastal GasLink
Catherine Garrett

Coastal GasLink delaying work in Wet’suwet’en after requesting meeting with Hereditary Chiefs
Richard Zussman [Global News]

January 8

January 9

For the Wet’suwet’en and Gitxan peoples, justice has been denied. What else is new?
Stephen O’Neill [Globe and Mail] January 9, 2020

What the Wet’suwet’en case says about how Canadian courts address Indigenous law.
Amy Smart [CTV News] January 9, 2020

Supporters of Wet’suwet’en First Nation erect camp near road to pipeline work site
[Globe and Mail]  January 9, 2020

‘What cost are human rights worth?’ UN calls for immediate RCMP withdrawal in Wet’suwet’en standoff.
Sarah Cox [The Narwhal] January 9, 2020 

Solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people Saturday in Chilliwack,
Jennifer Feinberg [The Progress]

January 10

Comment: Whose Land is it?: Seeking Justice for First Nations
Nicholas XEMŦOLTW̱ Claxton & John Price [Times Colonist] January 10, 2020

First Nation on logging road to ensure Wet’suwet’en law respected.
Amy Smart [National Observer] January 10 2020

January 11

Dozens gather at law courts in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en nation
Savannah Bagshaw [Kelowna Now]

Canada, the RCMP, and Human Rights Obligations to the Wet’suwet’en Nation.
Brent Patterson

Supporters of Wet’suwet’en Nation raise their voices to oppose LNG pipeline.
Kurtis Doering

January 12

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs demand meeting with B.C. and federal officials.  ROB SHAW [Vancouver Sun] Jan 12, 2020 

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs pose monumental challenge to $40-billion LNG project and the B.C. NDP government.
Charlie Smith, [Georgia Strait] Jan 12, 2020 

Rally in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs closes Guelph intersection: Three dozen protesters stopped traffic at Wyndham and Macdonell streets in peaceful protest
Chris Seto  [Guelph Mercury] Jan 12, 2020

Wet’suwet’en grant temporary access to Coastal GasLink to winterize site. Hereditary chiefs say agreement in no way constitutes consultation or softens their position
Thom Barker [Interior News] Jan 12, 2020

January 13

B.C. human rights commissioner asks Canadian government to halt pipeline project.
The Canadian Press [Journal of Commerce] 13 JAN 2020

Expect rolling blockades on 401, 403 as part of B.C. pipeline protest: OPP.
Free Press Staff [The London Free Press] 13 JAN 2020

Human Rights Commissioner Weighs in on Pipeline Issue.
Nelson Bennett [Business In Vancouver] 13 JAN 2020

RCMP establish exclusion zone on Wet’suwet’en territory: Chief Na’moks.
Kathleen Martens [APTN] 13 JAN 2020

Yukoners show support for the Wet’suwet’en
JULIEN GIGNAC [Yukon News] 13 JAN 2020

Premier John Horgan says Coastal GasLink project will proceed even with Wet’suwet’en opposition.
Richard Zussman [Global News] 13 JAN 2020

Manifestation à Regina en soutien aux Wet’suwet’en.
[Radio Canada] 13 JAN 2020

B.C. First Nation grants company temporary access to winterize pipeline site.
Thom Barker [Surrey Now-Leader] 13 JAN 2020

One year on – Wet’suwet’en people’s disputed territory remains in limbo.
[Tamil Guardian] 13 JAN 2020

The Drilldown: Coastal GasLink pipeline faces backlash from B.C.’s human rights commissioner.
Felix Denson [iPolitics] 13 JAN 2020

Yukoners show support for First Nation’s quest.
Gabrielle Plonka [Daily Star – Whitehorse] 13 JAN 2020

January 14

Legal Complaints Filed Against RCMP Exclusion Zone in Wet’suwet’en; Indigenous, Civil liberties, Human Rights & Labour Groups Condemn Exclusion Zone.
[UBCIC] 14 JAN 2020.

Conference on UN declaration has no easy answers for Wet’suwet’en, Coastal GasLink dispute.
Derrick Penner [Vancouver Sun] 14 JAN 2020

Rustad comments on Wet’suwet’en/Coastal Gaslink issue.
[PG Daily News] 14 JAN 2020

They are erasing our history’: Indigenous sites buried under Coastal GasLink pipeline infrastructure.
Amber Bracken [The Narwhal]  14 JAN 2020 

No Consensus on what constitutes consent in UNDRIP.
Nelson Bennett [Business in Vancouver] 14 JAN 2020

Tensions Rise As RCMP Officers Block Entry To Wet’suwet’en Land.
Denio Lourenco [The Huff Post] 14 JAN 2020

Wet’suwet’en chiefs vs. RCMP: A guide to the dispute over B.C.’s Coastal GasLink pipeline.
Ryan Remiroz. [The Globe & Mail] 14 JAN 2020

RCMP Are Blocking Entry to Wet’suwet’en Land
Sarah Berman [VICE] 14 JAN 2020

RCMP set up checkpoint restricting access in Wet’suwet’en territory amid clash over pipeline
Chantelle Bellrichard [CBC – Indigenous] 14 JAN 2020

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs seek UN’s help after Premier John Horgan says Coastal GasLink pipeline will be built
Charlie Smith [The Georgia Straight] 14 JAN 2020

Coastal GasLink president issues letter to Wet’suwet’en Chiefs over pipeline dispute.
The Canadian Press [CFNR] 14 JAN 2020

Wet’suwet’en responds to RCMP checkpoint, calls for UN intervention
Brendan Pawliw [My Bulkley Lakes Now] 14 JAN 2020

RCMP checkpoint limiting media access to Wet’suwet’en territory.
Rumneek Johal [Daily Hive News] 14 JAN 2020

Gas pipeline will be built despite protests, Horgan says.
Dirk Meissner, Canadian Press [Times Colonist] 14 JAN 2020

McGill students stand in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Clans.
Chloe Merritt & Pascal Hogue [The McGill Tribune] 14 JAN 2020

UNBC Faculty Solidarity: Letter supports West’suwet’en.
Cheryl Jahn [CKPG] 14 JAN 2020

RCMP limits access to protest camps, meets with chiefs opposed to $6.6-billion Coastal GasLink.
Geoffrey Morgan [Financial Post] 14 JAN 2020

RCMP set up checkpoint, give workers access to northern B.C. LNG pipeline.
Thom Barker, Trevor Hewitt [The Abbotsford News] 14 JAN 2020

January 15

No, those who defend the Wet’suwet’en territory are not criminals
Shiri Pasternak [Globe and Mail] January 15, 2020

Horgan’s Pipeline Push Betrays His Reconciliation Promise
Judith Sayers (Kekinusuqs) [The Tyee] January 15, 2020

Green Party voices support for Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs’ eviction of CGL from territory.
Trevor Hewitt [The Interior News] 15 JAN 2020

Complaints filed against RCMP for blocking Wet’suwet’en access
Emma McIntosh [National Observer] 15 JAN 2020

RCMP says ‘miscommunication’ led to people turned away at pipeline checkpoint Amy Smart, The Canadian Press [CTV News] 15 JAN 2020

‘Each Moment Here Is a Victory’: Wet’suwet’en Supporters Aren’t Backing Down
Amanda Follett Hosgood [The Tyee] 15 JAN 2020

No, those who defend the Wet’suwet’en territory are not criminals
Shiri Pasternak [The Globe & Mail] 15 JAN 2020. UPDATED: 12 FEB 2020

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs Urge Diplomacy From Premier Horgan In CGL Dispute
Amanda Perreault [NetNewsLedger] 15 JAN 2020

Horgan’s Pipeline Push Betrays His Reconciliation Promise
Judith Sayers [The Tyee] 15 JAN 2020

Pipeline issue up to Wet’suwet’en people.
Crystal Smith [BC Local News] 15 JAN 2020

Legal complaints filed against RCMP exclusion zone in Wet’suwet’en territory.
Rumneek Johal [Daily Hive] 15 JAN 2020

Solidarity march held to support the Wet’suwet’en nation.
Marty Grande-Sherbert [The Carillon] 15 JAN 2020

RCMP are Now Blocking Access to Wet’suwet’en Territory.
Unist’ot’en Camp [Dissident Voice] 15 JAN 2020

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs Evict Coastal GasLink from Territory.
[Awasqua] 15 JAN 2020

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs Seek Diplomacy from Premier.
Kathy Brookes. [CFTK] 15 JAN 2020

Pipeline at centre of B.C. conflict is creating jobs for First Nations: chief.
Laura Kane, The Canadian Press  [Battlefords Now] 15 JAN 2020

Miscommunication led to three people turned away at pipeline checkpoint: RCMP.
The Canadian Press [Estevan Mercury] 15 JAN 2020

January 16

Horgan Won’t Meet Wet’suwet’en on Northern Tour
Amanda Follett Hosgood [The Tyee] 16 JAN 2020

FNLC Calls for RCMP Restraint Toward Protesters of the TransCanada Coastal Gaslink Project.
[BC Assembly of First Nations] 16 JAN 2020

Traditional vs. Indian Act: Perry Bellegarde explains where he sits on Wet’suwet’en
Kenneth Jackson [APTN – Nation to Nation] 16 JAN 2020

 “Standing with Wet’suwet’en land defenders means standing with my future.” 
Ta’Kaiya Blaney []

Standing against a B.C. pipeline from three provinces away.
Michael Fraiman [Macleans] 16 JAN 2020

Urgent Call to Action in Support of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation.
Cultural Survival [Cultural Survival] 16 JAN 2020

MEDIA RELEASE: MLA Olsen to visit Wet’suwet’en territory.
[Greens of BC] 16 JAN 2020

Terrace rallies as part of international week of solidarity for Wet’suwet’en.
Natalia Balcerzak [Terrace Standard] 16 JAN 2020

Wet’suwet’en supporter calls RCMP ban ‘dehumanizing’.
Emma Prestwich  [Broadview] 16 JAN 2020

No consensus on what constitutes consent in UNDRIP.
Nelson Bennett [Business in Vancouver] 16 JAN 2020

Protest in Kahnawake in Solidarity With the Wet’suwet’en.
Paul [Kanawake’s K103] 16 JAN 2020

Longtime protest organizer Ivan Drury to lead ‘anti-RCMP checkpoint’ in Surrey on Thursday.
David Carrigg [The Province] 16 JAN 2020

January 17

Wet’suwet’en: The Colonizer Always Comes Out.
Nick Martin [The New Republic] 17 JAN 2020

Crossing the RCMP checkpoint on Wet’suwet’en territory.
Jerome Turner [Ricochet] 17 JAN 2020

Canadian federal police restrict access to Wet’suwet’en Indigenous land.
Peoples Dispatch [Peoples Dispatch] 17 JAN 2020

B.C. Green Party interim leader to visit Wet’suwet’en camps.
Kala Wood [Saanich News] 17 JAN 2020

The criminalization of Indigenous land defenders is a global concern.
Brent Patterson [Rabble] 17 JAN 2020

UN Chair says he didn’t know most First Nations support building the Coastal Gas Link Pipeline.
Adam Reaburn [Energetic City] 17 JAN 2020

Climate Strike in Kitchener turns focus on B.C Indigenous Nation.
Christine Clark [Kitchener Today] 17 JAN 2020 

January 18

‘We’re backed into a corner’: Wet’suwet’en bristle as RCMP control access to anti-pipeline camp
Sean Boyton [Global News] 18 JAN 2020

Legal divide lies behind Wet’suwet’en pipeline protest, expert says
CBC Radio [The House] 18 JAN 2020 

BC Green Party leader visits Wet’suwet’en camps at heart of pipeline conflict
Trevor Hewitt [Terrace Standard] 18 JAN 2020

MP Paul Manly will travel to Wet’suwet’en territory this weekend
[Green Party of Canada] 18 JAN 2020

All eyes on the Wet’suwet’en: Indigenous community calls for UN intervention.
Emelia Fournier [Human Rights Hub – Winnipeg] 18 JAN 2020

Calls for dialogue as pipeline polarizes some in northern British Columbia.
Amy Smart, The Canadian Press  [TriCityNews] 18 JAN 2020

Un chef de la nation Wet’suwet’en juge John Horgan irrespectueux.
[L’actualiteé] 18 JAN 2020

Disrespectful that Horgan won’t meet during northern B.C. tour: hereditary chief.
[Nanaimo News Now] 18 JAN 2020

Calls for dialogue as pipeline polarizes some in northern British Columbia.
The Canadian Press [National Post] 18 JAN 2020

January 19

Montrealers stand in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en.
Brittany Henriques [Global News] 19 JAN 2020

Wet’suwet’en: Canada’s Reconciliation Lie.
Krisna Saravanamuttu [spring] 19 JAN 2020

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP to observe pipeline protest in northern B.C.
Nanaimo News Staff [Nanaimo News Daily] 19 JAN 2020 

January 20

B.C. Ferries sailings resume after Swartz Bay blockaded in support of Wet’suwet’en.
Postmedia [The Vancouver Sun] 20 JAN 2020

Anti-pipeline protesters block Swartz Bay ferry terminal in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en chiefs.
Jon Azpiri [Global News] 20 JAN 2020

Protesters supporting Wet’suwet’en block access to Swartz Bay ferry terminal.
Julian Kolsut [CHEK] 20 JAN 2020

Protestors Block BC’s Busiest Ferries & Cause Rush Hour Chaos.
Stephanie Hilash [Narcity] 20 JAN 2020

BC Green Leader Crosses RCMP Checkpoint, Visits Wet’suwet’en Camps.
Amanda Follett Hosgood  [The Tyee] 20 JAN 2020

Wet’suwet’en request legal observers before possible RCMP action.
Martin Dunphy [The Georgia Straight] 20 JAN 2020

B.C. government agrees to meeting with Wet’sewet’en hereditary chiefs.
Richard Zussman [Global News] 20 JAN 2020

‘I’m not being disrespectful, I’m just saying be realistic’: Horgan defends not meeting Wet’suwet’en chiefs.
Bridgette Watson [CBC News] 20 JAN 2020

Mike Smyth: Pipeline fight widens as protesters block B.C. ferry terminal.
Mike Smyth [The Province] 20 JAN 2020

Wet’suwet’en allies halting B.C.’s busiest ferry route latest PR nightmare for fading star of LNG.
Alex McKeen [The Star] 20 JAN 2020

Former Sidney mayor calls on local MLA Adam Olsen to resign over protests.
Wolf Depner [Victoria News] 20 JAN 2020

Protesters block access to Swartz Bay ferry terminal, delay Monday sailings.
Cindy E. Harnett [Times Colonist] 20 JAN 2020

Supporters Decry Court Injunction, RCMP Raid in Wet’suwet’en Territory.
Tristan Johnston [The Runner] 20 JAN 2020

Supporters of northern B.C. pipeline protest end blockade at ferry terminal.
The Canadian Press [Pipeline News North] 20 JAN 2020

Activists occupy Freeland’s office, ferry route in rally against B.C. gas pipeline.
Ben Cousins [CTV News] 20 JAN 2020

‘British Columbia is moving on’: Premier John Horgan on Coastal GasLink pipeline dispute.
Kyle Balzer [Kamloops Matters] 20 JAN 2020 

CGL sends follow-up letter to Hereditary Chiefs.
Lindsay Newman [My Bulkley Lakes Now] 20 JAN 2020

Trudeau, Freeland meet with MB premier Brian Pallister, Winnipeg mayor Brian Bowman.
Kady O’Malley [iPolitics] 20 JAN 2020

UPDATED: One-sailing wait from Swartz Bay ferry terminal after morning protest.
Nina Grossman [Victoria News] 20 JAN 2020

Ferries cancelled as protesters blockade Swartz Bay terminal.
[CTV Vancouver Island] 20 JAN 2020

Pipeline protesters force delays at Swartz Bay ferry terminal.
CTV Staff [CTV News] 20 JAN 2020

Pipeline protesters block access to Victoria ferry in support of B.C. First Nation.
Nina Grossman [Cowichan Valley Citizen] 20 JAN 2020

Pipeline protesters block access to Victoria ferry in support of B.C. First Nation.
Nina Grossman [Surrey Now Leader] 20 JAN 2020

Pipeline protesters block access to Victoria ferry in support of B.C. First Nation.
Nina Grossman [Aldergrove Star] 20 JAN 2020

‘That basically is genocide in itself’: Video from the pipeline standoff on Wet’suwet’en territory.
Jerome Turner [Ricochet] 20 JAN 2020

January 21

Despite permission from hereditary chiefs, Wet’suwet’en camps inaccessible to some media.
Tamara Pimentel [APTN] 21 JAN 2020

VIDEO: Protesters block entrance to Victoria government building to support Wet’suwet’en First Nation.
Kendra Crighton [Victoria News] 21 JAN 2020

B.C. premier should meet with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, says Elizabeth May.
Richard Zussman [Global News] 21 JAN 2020

Protesters block B.C. government building entrance to support Wet’suwet’en First Nation.
Kendra Crighton [Surrey Now Leader]
Interior News] [Maple Ridge News] 21 JAN 2020

Indigenous LNG supporters chide human rights advocates over pipeline comments.
Canadian Press Staff [CTV Vancouver Island] 21 JAN 2020

Communities should make their own decisions says Crown-Indigenous Relations minister.
APTN National News [APTN] 21 JAN 2020

Unist’ot’en requesting Environmental Assessment Office withhold CGL construction permits.
Trevor Hewitt [The Interior News] 21 JAN 2020

Pipeline protesters losing public support over city disruptions: expert.
Liza Yuzda [CityNews] 21 JAN 2020

B.C. premier talks forestry, service needs with handful of northern mayors in Prince George.
Monica Lamb-Yorski [100 Mile Free Press] 21 JAN 2020

Coastal Gaslink Does Not have Needed Final Permits – Unist’ot’en.
NNL Staff [NetNewsLEdger] 21 JAN 2020

Unist’ot’en Healing Center requests EAO to withhold CGL final permits.
Lindsay Newman [My Bulkley Lakes Now] 21 JAN 2020

Premier John Horgan continues to hope conflict over Coastal GasLink pipeline can be resolved peacefully.
Marcella Bernardo [CityNews] 21 JAN 2020

Whose law is it, anyway: The thorny dilemma of consent and majority rule in the age of UNDRIP.
Nelson Bennett [Alaska Highway News] 21 JAN 2020

Unist’ot’en requesting Environmental Assessment Office withhold CGL construction permits.
Trevor Hewitt [The Interior News] 21 JAN 2020

ALSO TODAY: Greens call on RCMP to ‘stand down’ in Northern BC — Bloc Quebecois caucus meets in Montreal.
Kady O’Malley [iPolitics] 21 JAN 2020

Premier Horgan to send minister to meet with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.
Rumneek Johal [Daily Hive] 21 JAN 2020

Paul Manly Visits Wet’suwet’en Territory.
Mike Patterson,
My Coast Now, January 21, 2020

Indigenous youth block energy and mines ministry office in support of Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs.
Bill Fee,
CFNR Network, January 21, 2020

Protesters occupy government offices in Victoria to support Wet’suwet’en hereditary leaders.
CHEK News, CHEK News, January 21, 2020

Le ministre des Relations autochtones pourrait rencontrer des chefs Wet’suwet’en.
Radio-Canada, Radio-Canada, January 21, 2020

12 arrested after overnight protest in support of Wet’suwet’en chiefs at Victoria government offices (UPDATED).
Brishti Basu,
Victoria Buzz, January 21, 2020

How we got a journalist into the Unist’ot’en camp.
Ricochet, January 21, 2020

January 22

B.C. Cannot Afford the Coastal Gaslink Pipeline
Jordan Hollarsmith [The Province] January 22, 2020

NDP leader calls Wet’suwet’en standoff ‘concerning’.
APTN National News [
APTN] January 22, 2020

Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en: Indigenous youth face off with Victoria police after occupying ministry office.
Ash Kelly and Hana Mae Nassar,
CityNews, January 22, 2020

B.C. minister travels to Smithers, but isn’t able to meet hereditary chiefs.
Cindy E Harnett,
Times Colonist, January 22, 2020

13 Wet’suwet’en supporters arrested by VicPD.
Nina Grossman and Devon Bidal,
Saanich News, January 22, 2020

Victoria police arrest 12 anti-pipeline protesters supporting Wet’suwet’en.
Nina Grossman and Devon Bidal,
Cowichan Valley Citizen, January 22, 2020

“Preparing ourselves to stand strong”: How the Jan. 21 Ministry sit-in began.
Michael John Lo, January 22, 2020

Protesters arrested at B.C. energy ministry for targeting a pipeline in solidarity with hereditary chiefs.
Alastair Sharp,
National Observer, January 22, 2020

Coastal gaslink pipeline threatens healing centre, says Unist’ot’en Camp.
Emilee Gilpin and Emma McIntosh, National Observer, January 22, 2020

B.C. minister travels to Smithers, but isn’t able to meet hereditary chiefs.
Cindy E Harnett, Times Colonist, January 22, 2020

Talks with Hereditary Chiefs continue.
Cheryl Jahn, CKPG Today, January 22, 2020

Indigenous protesters arrested after occupying Ministry of Energy overnight. Rumneek Johal, Daily Hive, January 22, 2020

13 arrested in Victoria during occupation of provincial government offices over Coastal GasLink pipeline.
CBC News,
CBC News, January 22, 2020

Indigenous youth-led overnight occupation of B.C. Ministry offices ends in 12 arrests.
Joshua Ngenda,
Martlett, January 22, 2020

Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en: Indigenous youth face off with Victoria police after occupying ministry office.
Ash Kelly and Hana Mae Nassar,
CityNews, January 22, 2020

Canada’s Indigenous Communities Fight to Protect Their Environment.
Gary Buswell,
Fair Observer, January 22, 2020

B.C. human rights commissioner defends her support of hereditary chiefs who oppose LNG pipeline.
Amy Smart, The Canadian Press,
CBC News, January 22, 2020

Indigenous LNG supporters criticize UN, B.C. human rights advocates over calls to halt Coastal GasLink pipeline.
The Canadian Press,
Financial Post, January 22, 2020

B.C. human rights commissioner responds to Indigenous LNG supporters.
Amy Smart, The Canadian Press,
Turtle Island News, January 22, 2020

Indigenous pipeline supporters slam human-rights advocates over Coastal GasLink stance.
The Canadian Press,
CBC News, January 22, 2020

B.C. human rights commissioner responds to Indigenous LNG supporters.
The Canadian Press,
CTV News, January 22, 2020

Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP visits Wet’suwet’en camps, calls for Coastal GasLink pipeline to be ‘revisited’.
Cole Schisler
[Nanaimo News Bulletin, January 22, 2020

Wet’suwet’en protesters storm B.C. minister’s office.
Global News, January 22, 2020 

12 pipeline protesters arrested at B.C. ministry office: Victoria police.
The Canadian Press [
The Province] January 22, 2020

Protest continues at B.C. energy ministry office.
[CTV News] January 22, 2020

Nearly a dozen people arrested after overnight protest in Energy Ministry building.
Jeff Bell [
Times Colonist] January 22, 2020

RCMP Admits It’s Monitoring Wet’suwet’en Camps by Air Now
[VICE] January 22, 2020

Des manifestants contre le pipeline Coastal GasLink arrêtés à Victoria

Sounding the climate ALARM

A dozen young Indigenous protestors arrested after occupying government buildings overnight

Is our right to peaceful protest disappearing?

January 23

Interim BC Green Leader visits Wet’suwet’en Territory

Burnaby’s Svend Robinson rips Jagmeet Singh over LNG, Wet’suwet’en

Green Party of Canada calling on feds to dismantle RCMP detachment on Wet’suwet’en territory

Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation and hereditary chiefs agree to future meeting

First Nations voices in support of Coastal GasLink project silenced by fear, says LNG Canada official

Unist’ot’en Camp say RCMP have changed 27 kilometre roadblock rules

Halt construction projects on Indigenous lands, Amnesty International urges Canada

Should B.C. build a new natural gas pipeline? Don’t ask Jagmeet Singh

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs Urge Diplomacy from Premier Horgan In Coastal GasLink Dispute

January 24

External forces adding ‘fuel to the fire’ and divisions inside the Wet’suwet’en Nation

VIDEO: Wet’suwet’en activists say Victoria arrests a ‘perpetuation of violence’

UBCC350 open letter calls on campus community to support Wet’suwet’en

What we mean when we say indigenous land is ‘unceded’

Indigenous supporters of Coastal GasLink slam UN, B.C. human rights commissioner for criticism

Indigenous youth chant ‘stand up, fight back’ at B.C. anti-pipeline protest in support of Wet’suwet’en

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs Reiterate Request To Meet With BC Premier Horgan

12 Anti-Pipeline Activists Arrested in Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Protest

Tous les regards vers Unist’ot’en

Manifestation à Toronto contre le projet de gazoduc Coastal GasLink en C.-B.

Indigenous youth speak out about arrests made during protest at Victoria government offices

Meet with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, academics and lawyers tell Justin Trudeau and John Horgan

January 25

Indigenous youth chant ‘stand up, fight back’ at B.C. anti-pipeline protest

Is Our Right to Peaceful Protest Disappearing?

Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Action Targeting RBC Guelph

Coastal GasLink work camp in Vanderhoof gets approved by the ALC

Growing Resistance Against Horgan And Trudeau Energy Policies.
[County Sustainability Group] 25 JAN 2020

Wet’suwet’en People Continue to Say No! to a Coastal GasLink Pipeline on Their Territory

Montréal 10 minutes de silence en solidarité avec les communautés autochtones

January 26

B.C. First Nation chiefs opposing Coastal GasLink pipeline renew request for Horgan meeting

Wet’suwet’en strife continues Canada’s racist history

Peaceful protest in Sudbury in support of B.C. First Nation

January 27

Coastal GasLink stresses pipeline ‘on a schedule’ as B.C. appoints liaison for Wet’suwet’en

Horgan taps former MP as liaison in pipeline dispute

Former MP Nathan Cullen appointed B.C. liaison in pipeline dispute

More Confusion than Clarity Around Helicopter Flights in Wet’suwet’en Camps

RCMP blocks human rights lawyers from accessing Wet’suwet’en territory

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs reject Coastal GasLink’s meeting request

Penticton Indian Band stages protest in support of Wet’suwet’en

Nathan Cullen Tapped As B.C. Liaison In LNG Pipeline Dispute

Students stage walkout in support of Wet’suwet’en Nation

Hundreds of students walk out of classes in Metro Vancouver in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs

Rally supports Wet’suwet’en

‘We want them to start listening,’ 2nd Resource Workers United Rally

‘Unprecedented’ Supreme Court decision on Trans Mountain should be message for Quebec: Kenney

#RejectTeck: Stand With Indigenous Land Protectors

Coastal GasLink President releases statement regarding pipeline dispute

British Columbia Appoints Envoy to Ease Natural Gas Pipeline Clash

B.C. appoints former NDP MP Cullen to liaise with Indigenous hereditary chiefs in LNG pipeline dispute

January 28

Inside the Wet’suwet’en Anti-Pipeline Camp That Police Are Blockading

Sit-in urges B.C.’s Attorney General to stop construction on pipeline

Community Stands In Solidarity With Wet’suwet’en

Infamous ‘War in the Woods’ in 1990s offers lesson for the Coastal Gaslink pipeline debate

Varcoe: If Indigenous groups are solidly behind energy projects, Ottawa must act, says Kenney

Students protest MLA office in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en, three arrested

Activists focus on RCMP as fears of a police raid on Wet’suwet’en territory escalate

Long read: John Horgan’s envoy to Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs needs to come clean on carbon capture and storage

NDP must use minority Parliament to amplify voices fighting for justice

Former UN committee member defends LNG pipeline stance

Appointment will do little to resolve pipeline conflict, says B.C. Liberal leader

Council supports a resolution put forward by the First Nations LNG Alliance

January 29

Indigenous Youth Arrested in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en File Complaint about Police Conduct
News Release January 29, 2020

Coastal GasLink opponents build new camp near pipeline route
Betsy Trumpener · CBC News · Posted: Jan 29, 2020 12:24 PM PT

Unifor Local 594 travels to Manitoba, sets up blockade at Co-op fuel station
Jonathan Guignard [Global News] Posted January 29, 2020 12:22 pm Updated January 30, 2020 7:40 am

‘We need to gather together’: NB rally supports Wet’suwet’en pipeline protest
Logan Perley · CBC News · Posted: Jan 29, 2020 7:29 PM AT | Last Updated: January 29

Wet’suwet’en solidarity organizer: ‘Colonization is still here’
Jan 29, 2020 9:00 PM By: Keira Ferguson

UPDATE: Police say ‘misinformation’ spread after arrested protestors file police complaints
Katya Slepiandevon Bidalnicole Crescenzi  Jan. 29, 2020 9:15 a.m

UBC students arrested after protest at BC Attorney General’s office
Rumneek Johal Jan 29 2020, 3:22 pm

Rally held outside natural resources forum
Arthur Williams / Prince George Citizen  JANUARY 29, 2020 05:05 PM

Former UN Committee Member Stands Beside Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Clan Chiefs

Wet’suwet’en land defenders rise up against Canadian pipeline projects as US gov’t labels environmental activists as “extremists”
01.29.20 – 7:00AM

Climate activists arrested in David Eby’s office; RCMP orders others out of Jonathan Wilkinson’s office
Charlie Smith on January 29th, 2020 at 4:22 AM

B.C. councillor runs afoul of Coastal GasLink protester
Ronan O’doherty Jan. 29, 2020 6:00 a.m.

Unifor Local 594 travels to Manitoba, sets up blockade at Co-op fuel station
Jonathan Guignard Global News Posted January 29, 2020 12:22 pm Updated January 30, 2020 7:40 am

Wet’suwet’en construct additional lodge ahead of police roadblock at 27 kilometre
Trevor Hewitt Jan. 29, 2020 1:30 a.m.

Horgan concedes Trans Mountain pipeline will go ahead while repeating support for Coastal GasLink
Richard Zussman Global News  Posted January 29, 2020 3:01 pm

Workforce camp opens east of Fraser Lake Jan. 29, 2020 1:30 a.m

NDP appointments doing little to resolve northern B.C. conflicts, says BC Liberal leader
Mark Nielsen / Prince George Citizen January 29, 2020 07:37 AM

Federal silence on Wet’suwet’en tensions a ‘worrisome’ sign of faltering Liberal push on reconciliation, say advocates
Samantha Wright Allen      Jan. 29, 2020

Horgan says he’ll respect court ruling, Wet’suwet’en should, too
Horgan: courts have spoken
The Canadian Press – Jan 29, 2020 / 3:00 pm

Former MP Nathan Cullen appointed B.C. liaison in pipeline dispute
Canadian Press Jan 29, 2020

UPDATED: Indigenous protesters arrested during sit-in at Ministry office file police complaint
A dozen Wet’suwet’en supporters were arrested in Victoria
Katya Slepian Devon Bidal  Jan. 29, 2020 9:15 a.m


January 30

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs agree to seven days of discussions with B.C. government
Charlie Smith on January 30th, 2020 at 9:06 PM

RCMP Limits on Access to Wet’suwet’en Land Illegal and Arbitrary, Groups Say
Amanda Follett Hosgood 30 Jan 2020 |

‘We are confident there is a way forward:’ says B.C. Premier Horgan on Wet’suwet’en pipeline concerns
National News | January 30, 2020 by Lee Wilson 

Feeling Under Siege: Wet’suwet’en Chiefs Demand Investigation

New talks planned over disputed gas pipeline in northern British Columbia
Amy Smart The Canadian Press Published Thursday, January 30, 2020 11:23AM PSTLast Updated Thursday, January 30, 2020 6:20PM PST

Indigenous group asks premier to meet with hereditary chiefs
Cindy E. Harnett / Times Colonist, JANUARY 30, 2020 12:01 AM

Coastal GasLink pipeline still lacks key environmental authorization in contested Wet’suwet’en territory
Sarah Cox [Narwhal] Jan 30, 2020

Wet’suwet’en agree to talks with province
Nelson Bennett / Glacier Media JANUARY 30, 2020 04:23 PM

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs agree to a sit-down
By Nelson Bennett | January 30, 2020, 4:31pm

New talks planned between Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and B.C. over Coastal GasLink pipeline
Amy Smart [The Canadian Press] Jan. 30, 2020

Indigenous young people protesting Coastal GasLink pipeline complain about excessive force

National Observer January 30 2020


Indigenous young people file complaints after Victoria police arrests

The Canadian Press  Published: January 30, 2020 Updated: January 30, 2020 9:40 AM PST


Haisla chief gives heartfelt support for LNG development

Arthur Williams / Prince George Citizen JANUARY 30, 2020 05:07 PM


Opposition prepares hot seat for Premier Horgan at B.C. Natural Resources Forum

Derrick Penner / Vancouver Sun JANUARY 30, 2020 10:54 AM


Skin Tyee Hereditary Chief shows support for Coastal Gas Link pipeline during rally
Brendan Pawliw, staff Wednesday, Jan. 29th, 2020

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs, province agree to meet over Coastal GasLink pipeline dispute  Jan 30, 2020 4:15 PM By: Hanna Petersen


Horgan scores with industry

Editorial Neil Godbout / Prince George Citizen January 30, 2020 02:29 PM


Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs file complaint against RCMP checkpoint
Catherine Garrett, staff Thursday, Jan. 30th, 2020

Hereditary chiefs agree to new talks over northern B.C. pipeline

Meanwhile, the RCMP confirms additional officers in Houston will be on stand-by
Interior News Staff Jan. 30, 2020 6:00 p.m

RCMP checkpoint on LNG pipeline ‘arbitrary and discriminatory,’ say B.C. complainants

CTV Vancouver Island The Canadian Press  Jan. 30, 2020 10:57 a.m



January 31

Montreal, QC: Barricades Lit On Fire And Freeways Blocked In Solidarity With Wet’suwet’en


Montreal: Freeway Blockades in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
Rising Tide North America JANUARY 31, 2020


RCMP Denies Reports of Officers Threatening Arrest

Emma McIntosh Jan 31 2020


Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs agree to a week of ‘respect’ talks with B.C. 

National News | January 31, 2020 by Brett Forester


Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs agree to meet with the Province regarding CGL dispute

 Lindsay Newman, staff Friday, Jan. 31st, 2020


LNG Canada, Coastal GasLink bosses talk project

Arthur Williams / Prince George Citizen  JANUARY 31, 2020 04:04 PM


RCMP pipeline checkpoint called arbitrary, discriminatory

Amy Smart / The Canadian Press  JANUARY 31, 2020 09:17 AM


Grad Club hosts charity dance party for Indigenous rights

SOUTH NODE DJs come out to support the sovereign Likhts’amisyu clan
January 31, 2020 Rhiannon Jenkins


New talks planned over disputed gas pipeline in northern B.C. January 31, 2020 by Amy Smart


From Teck’s mine to the Wet’suwet’en blockade, grown-up decisions face the PM.  Michael Harris 31 Jan 2020 |


New talks planned over disputed gas pipeline in northern B.C. January 31, 2020 by Amy Smart

RCMP Confirm Deployment In Bulkley Valley For Enforcement Of Coastal Gaslink Injunction Trevor Hewitt  Thom Barker Jan. 31, 2020 1:30 A.M.


‘I think it’s an easy way out’: hereditary chief feels Province should be involved in CGL talks

Trevor HewittJan. 31, 2020 6:14 p.m.


Victoria police chief goes on social media to defend officers after sit-in arrests

Cindy E. Harnett / Times Colonist January 31, 2020 10:56 PM

‘Wiggus’ table puts respect at centre of de-escalation talks over pipeline on Wet’suwet’en territory
By Ash Kelly Posted Jan 31, 2020 7:15 am PST Last Updated Jan 31, 2020 at 11:41 am PST


News articles from February:


Feb 1, 2020


Gidimt’en Condemn Arrest of Elder at RCMP Checkpoint

By Amanda Perreault -February 1, 2020


Policing The Pipeline

February 1 2020 by MAHI KAUR


Canada’s Battle Against First Nations Shows Slide Toward Authoritarianism

BY Samir Gandesha, Truthout PUBLISHED February 1, 2020


Demonstration of support for the Wet’suwet’en people in Trois-Rivières

February 1, 2020 1:00 a.m.


Protesters take over RBC at Halifax mall in solidarity with B.C. First Nation chiefs

BY Graeme Benjamin Global News Posted February 1, 2020 1:08 pm


New talks planned over disputed gas pipeline in northern British Columbia
Feb 01, 2020 Canadian Press


Feb 2, 2020

Gidimt’en clan comdemning RCMP action after elder arrested at checkpoint

Trevor Hewitt Feb. 2, 2020 7:34 a.m.


Protest in Montreal against British Columbia gas pipeline project

Qmi Agency Sunday, February 2, 2020 5:02 p.m.

UPDATE Sunday, February 2, 2020 5:02 p.m


EDITORIAL: GTC wise to take mining by the horns

By Eric Bowling -February 2, 2020


Decolonization Is Essential to Successfully Resist Extractivism

BY Samantha Borek, Truthout PUBLISHEDFebruary 2, 2020


Police chief defends officers after arrests of Coastal GasLink protesters

Cindy E. Harnett / Alaska Highway News  February 2, 2020 01:09 PM



Tell Trudeau and his cabinet to: Imagine 2050 and reject Teck.


Wet’suwet’en conflict calls for good faith dialogue

Adam Olsen [3 FEB 2020]


No RCMP on Wet’stuwet’en land

McGill Daily [3 FEB 2020]


Student walkout organized in support of Wet’suwet’en First Nation

The Peak [3 FEB 2020]


Delgamuukw does not support Wet’suwet’en protestors’ claims

William Mazurek [3 FEB 2020]


I left home to dig pit toilets on the front lines of the Wet’suwet’en standoff

Jesse Winter [3 FEB 2020]


Police deploy in nearby towns during ‘de-escalation’ of Coastal GasLink pipeline conflict

Jerome Turner [4 FEB 2020]


Immediate Release – Wet’suwet’en territory

Office of the Wet’sutwet’en [4 FEB 2020]


Breaking: Talks break down between BC and Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs over pipeline impasse

Martin Dunphy [4 FEB 2020]


Wet’sutwet’en await imminent RCMP action: Coast Gaslink negotiations break down

[4 FEB 2020]


RCMP prepares to crack down on Wet’suwet’en Nation as bottom falls out of LNG market in Asia

Charlie Smith [5 FEB 2020]


RCMP urge Coastal GasLink pipeline protestors to leave disputed area or face arrest

[5 FEB 2020]


PBI-Canada watches with great concern the expected RCMP action on Wet’suwet’en territory today

Brent Patterson [5 FEB 2020]


Talks with Wet’suwet’en over pipeline ‘not successful,’ province says. Amy Smart [Guelph Today] 5 FEB 2020


Untangling the ‘rule of law’ in the Coastal GasLink pipeline standoff

Erin Seatter and Jerome Turner [5 FEB 2020]


“RCMP attack on Wet’suwet’en camp: No reconciliation is possible under capitalism!”

Rob Lyon [5 FEB 2020]


RCMP to Wet’suwet’en: stand down over Coastal GasLink or face arrest

Emma McIntosh and Alastair Sharp [5 FEB 2020]


RCMP will use ‘least amount of force necessary’ to enforce Coastal GasLink injunction 

Nick England [Updated 5 FEB 2020]


RCMP raid of Wet’suwet’en Territory ‘imminent’ as pipeline talks break down 

Jesse Winter [5 FEB 2020]


On the ground: Wet’suwet’en pipeline opponents bracing for RCMP action

Amanda Follett Hosgood [5 FEB 2020]


Canadian Association of Journalists condemns RCMP crackdown on reporters in Wet’suwet’en territory

Emma Gilchrist [6 FEB 2020]


RCMP move to evict Wet’suwet’en campers

Amanda Follett Hosgood [6 FEB 2020]


RCMP raid on Wet’suwet’en territory taking place now

Brent Patterson [6 FEB 2020]


RCMP detain and remove journalists during ongoing raid on Wet’suwet’en territory

Ethan Cox & Jerome Turner [6 FEB 2020]


Trains stopped in Ontario by protest in support of Wet’suwet’en pipeline opponents

Jorge Barrera [6 FEB 2020]


Trains stopped locally due to demonstration in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

Tori Stafford [6 FEB 2020]


AS RCMP begin arrests, Gidimt’en spokesperson Molly Wickham issues declaration on Wet’suwet’en rights

Charlie Smith [6 FEB 2020]


RCMP locks down on Wet’suwet’en territory as enforcement of injunction begins

Lee Wilson [6 FEB 2020]


Opponents to ramp up protests against Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in B.C. 

Laura Kane [6 FEB 2020]


Wet’suwet’en say Coastal GasLink asked Province to drop government-to-government talks

Trevor Hewitt [6 FEB 2020]


RCMP Are Raiding Wet’suwet’en Land Defender Camps: At least six people have been arrested after the RCMP started raiding Wet’suwet’en land defender camps early this morning. Sarah Berman and Jesse Winter [6 FEB 2020]


#AllEyesonWetsuweten: RCMP Violently Remove Wet’suwet’en [Feb 6 2020]

“Wet’suwet’en vow to keep fighting after RCMP make arrests at pipeline blockade camp”

By Sean Boynton [6 FEB 2020]


RCMP say enforcement of injunction against B.C. pipeline opponents coming ‘in the near future’

Sean Boyton & Simon Little [6 FEB 2020]


Wet’suwet’en Raids: Canada Chooses Colonialism Again

Andrew Nikiforuk [6 FEB 2020]


RCMP arrest six protesters in northern B.C. gas pipeline blockade 

Tiffany Crawford [6 FEB 2020]


Open letter regarding police actions on Wet’suwe’ten territories [6 FEB 2020]


Exclusion zone established in preparation for enforcement of Coastal GasLink court-ordered injunction

BC RCMP [6 FEB 2020]


Press freedom in Wet’suwet’en territory: RCMP back down

Ethan Cox [7 FEB 2020]


Activists hold rally at B.C. Legislature in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs

By CTV News – VI Staff [7 FEB 2020]


Train travel between Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa halted by protest supporting Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline activists

Adrian Humphries [7 FEB 2020]


RCMP backtracks, says officers won’t stop journalists from reporting on Wet’suwet’en raid

Stephanie Wood [7 FEB 2020]


“Industry, government pushed to abolish Aboriginal title at issue in Wet’suwet’en stand-off, docs reveal” 

Martin Lukacs and Shiri Pasternak [7 FEB 2020]


Wet’sutwet’en: Why are Indigenous rights being defined by an energy corporation?

Shiri Pasternak [7 FEB 2020]


A blockade has been set up in Gitwangak

Christian Apostolovski [7 FEB 2020]


VIA Rail cancels trains between Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa because of First Nation protest 

Ted Raymond [7 FEB 2020]


Activists supporting Wet’suwet’en block Victoria traffic, occupy RBC branch downtown

CHEK News [7 FEB 2020]


Armed RCMP Launch Raid on Second Wet’suwet’en Camp Supported by Helicopters, Police Dogs 

Amanda Follett Hosgood [7 FEB 2020]


Canadian Police Raid Indigenous Wet’suwet’en Protest Camp

[7 FEB 2020]


Seaway Bridge closed briefly as part of Canada-wide pipeline protests

[7 FEB 2020]


Trans Mountain pipeline expansion cost jumps 70 per cent to $12.6 billion 

Tiffany Crawford [7 FEB 2020]


At the Unist’ot’en outpost, a tightknit group readies for police

Amanda Hosgood [7 FEB 2020]


Mohawk protestors halt rail traffic near Belleville, Ont. [7 FEB 2020]


Pipeline protestors block traffic in East Vancouver for 2nd day in a row

Alissa Thibault [8 FEB 2020]


Ricochet journalist detained for eight hours while covering RCMP raid: Police force told his editors he wasn’t detained, hours he had recorded an officer telling him he was under detention

Ethan Cox & Erin Seatter [8 FEB 2020]


Wet’suwet’en supporters block Port of Vancouver for third straight day

Jessica Kerr [8 FEB 2020]


Ceremonial fire lit at B.C. legislature to support Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs

Dirk Meissner [8 FEB 2020]


Wet’suwet’en accuse RCMP of invading their territory; Mounties claim metal spikes placed on forest service road

Charlie Smith [8 FEB 2020]


11 more arrests made as RCMP expand enforcement area for Wet’suwet’en pipeline opponents

Sean Boynton [8 FEB 2020]


Wet’suwet’en supporters block Port of Vancouver for 3rd straight day, stalling port traffic

Sean Boyton [8 FEB 2020]


Solidarity With Wet’suwet’en rally held at city hall (3 photos)

Shawn Gibson [8 FEB 2020]


Anti-pipeline protests shut down major roads in Victoria

CHEK News [8 FEB 2020]


CB obtains injunction to end Tyendinaga Mohawk rail demonstration

Jorge Barrera [8 FEB 2020]


RCMP arrive at Unist’ot’en camp in helicopters, leave without arrests

Amanda Follett Hosgood [8 FEB 2020]


Wet’suwet’en Yintah Invasion: Day 4 [9 FEB 2020]


RCMP Invasion on Unist’ot’en Territory – URGENT Updates [9 FEB 2020]


Hundreds in Kelowna rally in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en First Nation

Daniel Taylor & Michael Rodriguez [9 FEB 2020]


Anti-pipeline protesters blocking access to Vancouver ports served with injunction 

Canadian Press [9 FEB 2020]


UN Orders Canada to halt work on TransMountain pipeline.

Jacob Wolinksy [Value Walk] 9 FEB 2020


‘What cost are human rights worth?’ UN calls for immediate RCMP withdrawal in Wet’suwet’en standoff. Sarah Cox [The Narwhal] 9 FEB 2020


BCCLA and UBCIC alarmed at incresing RCMP policing powers in Wet’suwet’en [9 FEB 2020]


RCMP pull back from last Wet’suwet’en camp as darkness falls

Amanda Follet Hosgood [9 FEB 2020]


Riveting video captures RCMP raid of Gitimt’en Camp [9 FEB 2020]


Feb 10


Pipeline protests: Ceremonial fire lit at B.C. legislature, metal spikes damage RCMP vehicles 

Dirk Meissner [Updated 10 FEB 2020]


RCMP exclusion zone called ‘unlawful’ as police arrest matriarchs at Unist’ot’en healing camp Sarah Cox [10 FEB 2020]


Chart showing percentages of injunctions granted against Indigenous peoples in Canada


Wet’suwet’en: Here’s where solidarity protests are happening across Canada

Rachael D’Amore [10 FEB 2020]


Canada: Wetʼsuwetʼen activists vow to continue pipeline fight after arrests

Feb 10 


RCMP’s dastardly defiling of reconciliation on Wet’suwet’en lands cannot be undone

By Shree Paradkar Race & Gender Columnist Mon., Feb. 10, 2020 


Vancouver police start arresting Wet’suwet’en sympathizers to enforce injunction at access point to Port of Vancouver

by Charlie Smith on February 10th, 2020 at 6:12 AM


Journalists say RCMP blocked efforts to cover police raids on Wet’suwet’en camps Published Monday, February 10, 2020 11:08PM EST


UPDATED: Victoria bridges reopen after being closed by Wet’suwet’en supporters Feb. 10, 2020 5:37 p.m.


Kahnawake Mohawks protest in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Nation, blocking service on Exo’s Candiac line
Jessica Deer · CBC News · Posted: Feb 10, 2020 6:12 AM ET


Protestors shut down major Calgary intersection to support Wet’suwet’en 


Activists stage solidarity sit-in for Wet’suwet’en protesters at Justice Department 


Dozens gather at MUN during Muskrat Falls announcement to protest B.C. pipeline 


Protests continue along Ontario rail lines in support of Wet’suwet’en

By Miriam LafontaineStaff ReporterMon., Feb. 10, 2020 


CN Rail says nearly 200 trains affected by Wet’suwet’en protests

Feb 10, 2020 


Canadian Police Move Against Pipeline Blockades, Arresting Dozens 


Pipeline solidarity protestors occupy MP Bardish Chagger’s office in Waterloo 


Wet’suwet’en supporters close down part of Island highway Entrance, exit closures keep Comox Valley stretch of Highway 19 free of traffic Mike Chouinard Feb. 10, 2020 


Sherbrooke joins growing wave of Wet’suwet’en demonstrations 10 February 2020 


Protests against RCMP in Wet’suwet’en Territory Ramping Up

NetNewsLedger February 10, 2020


Gallery: Local protesters stand in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en (6 photos)

Feb 10, 2020 9:00 AM 


Welcome to the Canadian Rebellion of 2020, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier John Horgan

by Charlie Smith on February 10th, 2020 


HAPPENING NOW: Activists blockade Highway 19 exit into Courtenay, in support of Wet’suwet’en standoff


Feb. 10, 2020 


On Our Radar: Wet’suwet’en benefit concert planned for Prince George

All proceeds raised will go to the Unist’ot’en camp.

Feb 10, 2020 


Wet’suwet’en protests block Winnipeg streets 


Wet’suwet’en solidarity protest blocks traffic on Calgary’s Memorial Drive 

Wet’suwet’en support rally blocks Calgary’s Reconciliation Bridge 


Pickup truck breaks through Highway 19 blockade near Courtenay

February 10th, 2020 


Pipeline protest shuts down intersections in Waterloo (update) 


Manifestation en soutien à la Première Nation de Wet’suwet’en prévue à Portage et Main


Protests against Coastal GasLink spread. Nelson Bennett February 10, 2020. 


ALDRICH: Blocking traffic a tactic sure to backfire on protestors


Vaughn Palmer: Past NDP statements may have laid foundation for pipeline protests


Bridge at protest site damaged, tires spiked. Prince George CitizenFebruary 10, 2020


Moncton Environmentalists Protest Gas Pipeline In B.C., Oil Sands Mine In Alberta

Feb 10, 2020


More than 50 people arrested in enforcement of Vancouver Fraser Port Authority injunction

by Charlie Smith on February 10t


Putting the RCMP raid on the Wet’suwet’en in Historical Perspective, by Sean Carleton (Feb 11, 2020):


Medicine Hat group set to join protest against GasLink project

Feb 10, 2020


Caledonia bypass closed for protest Peaceful demonstration by Haudenosaunee blocks Highway 6

News Feb 10, 2020


Juneau activists stand with Canadian protesters

by Ben Hohenstatt Monday, February 10, 2020


Indigenous Peoples and Allies Fight Against Incursion of Canadian Police

Feb 10, 2020


‘People are starting to wake up’: Pipeline protesters expect long-term change

By Laura KaneThe Canadian PressMon., Feb. 10, 2020

RCMP arrest Unist’ot’en matriachs during ceremony for Murdered and Missing Women


Sit ins and demonstrations continue in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs


What you need to know about the Wet’suwet’en protests, arrests


LILLEY: Blockades ring hollow amid Indigenous support for pipeline


Missoula activists protest Canada gas pipeline


The day the RCMP came: Gidimt’en checkpoint in photos


RCMP raid Unist’ot’en Healing Centre, arrest matriarchs


Feb 11


Feb 11 when hope and trust are gone


Reconciliation is Dead and We Will Shut Down Canada – The Star


Past NDP statements may have laid foundation for pipeline protests 

Vaughn Palmer [Updated 11 FEB 2020]

Putting the RCMP raid on the Wet’suwet’en in historical perspective

By Sean CarletonContributorTues., Feb. 11, 2020

Here’s What’s Happening on Wet’suwet’en Territory

 Feb 11, 2020

Wet’suwet’en supporters block busy Broadway and Cambie intersection (PHOTOS)

February 11, 2020

Beyond bloodlines: How the Wet’suwet’en hereditary system at the heart of the Coastal GasLink conflict works

Breaking: Wet’suwet’en supporters blocking Broadway at Cambie Street in Vancouver

by Martin Dunphy on February 11th, 2020 

Coastal GasLink returning to work in injunction area in Wet’suwet’en territory

Youth in Ottawa demand that justice minister get involved in Wet’suwet’en situation February 11, 2020

‘Reconciliation is dead and we will shut down Canada,’ Wet’suwet’en supporters say

Stephen LeDrew: Canada should enforce the law with Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline protests

Photos: Singing in Defiance of Arrest at the Last Wet’suwet’en Post

Inside a protest movement: How climate activists are taking Wet’suwet’en fight from B.C. to Yonge Street

Protesters rally at Halifax container terminal in support of Wet’suwet’en

Protesters block Halifax container terminal in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

The Chronicle Herald

Published: Feb 11

Victoria police investigating reports of assault at Wet’suwet’en protest at BC legislature

February 11th, 2020

Wet’suwet’en solidarity blockade: CN Rail says ‘significant’ parts of rail network may close if protests go on

Ottawa ‘very concerned’ about blockades as CN Rail says it will close ‘significant’ parts of its network    

Quebec politicians call for peaceful end to Kahnawake rail blockade

Quebec premier wants Ottawa to intervene in rail line blockades

Blockade supporting Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs continues to halt rail traffic in northwestern B.C.

Athletes, spectators wear T-shirts supporting the Wet’suwet’en at All Native Basketball Tournament

Wet’suwet’en supporters meet with Crown-Indigenous relations minister in Toronto

Wet’suwet’en Raids: Canada Chooses Colonialism Again


Wet’suwet’en Nation divided on Coastal GasLink pipeline

Via Rail service between Toronto, Montreal cancelled until Thursday due to pipeline protest

Mohawk protest continues to halt rail traffic on the Toronto-to-Montreal corridor

BC “engaged in ongoing reconciliation” amidst Wet’suwet’en protests: Premier

John Horgan’s statement on Coastal GasLink protests

Pipeline battle splits Wet’suwet’en community

Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters demonstrate outside Carolyn Bennett’s Toronto office


Wet’suwet’en rail blockades ‘illegal,’ but it’s up to provinces to act: Garneau

Senator Kim Pate – “Arrests in Wet’suwet’en Nation territory signal a failure on Canada’s part”

RCMP’s dastardly defiling of reconciliation on Wet’suwet’en lands cannot be undone

Take stand on Indigenous dispute, MP urged

Protest in Pembroke to support Wet’suwet’en First Nation in B.C.

Support for the Wet’suwet’en sparks nationwide action


John Horgan’s MLA office hit with red paint amid pipeline protests

John Horgan’s MLA office hit with red paint amid pipeline protests


Soutien à la Première Nation Wet’suwet’en

Canadian pipeline project renews tensions over indigenous land

Protests against Coastal GasLink spread across Canada

Pipeline Protests Block A Montreal Train Route & Exo Is Suggesting Transit Alternatives

Kamloops MLAs recount hectic day in Victoria amid protesters

Protesters greet federal natural resources minister in St. John’s


‘I’m just a citizen, alright?’ Victoria driver vents frustration over Wet’suwet’en protester roadblocks 

Mike Smyth: A wild day at the legislature as pipeline protests continue

POLL: Have the disruptions caused by the recent protests made you more likely to support their cause?

More than a hundred gather at Kingston train tracks to protest Coastal GasLink pipeline

WATCH: Anti-pipeline protestors block journalists and politicians from entering BC Legislature

Both sides of Highway 19 barricades speak out

Band council ‘saddened’ by actions as OPP reads injunction

CN Rail Says They’ll Have To Close Lines Over Coastal GasLink Protests

‘I was born into opposition’: Eriel Deranger talks about her roots of pushing back

CN Rail: ‘significant’ parts of Canadian rail network will close if blockades remain

Protesters at B.C. legislature block entrances; throne speech is in doubt

RCMP launch criminal investigation following damage to Lamprey Creek Bridge

Driver who plowed through Albert Street human blockade was ‘fearful’: Regina Police Service


Une manifestation interrompt le service sur la ligne exo4 Candiac

VIDEO: Pipeline protesters remove Vancouver Island highway blockade due to aggressive driver

Le CN menace de fermer son réseau en raison des blocages de voies ferrées

CN Rail warns of closures if blockades remain

Anti-Pipeline Protesters Arrested as They Successfully Block Major Transportation Sites

Time for a new proclamation Respect, sharing, co-governing is true founding law of country


Indigenous Youth are Rising – Briarpatch

This is madness’: People rally in Whitehorse for MP to comment on Wetʼsuwetʼen raids

Jason Kenney calls Coastal GasLink blockades a ‘dress rehearsal’ for future project fight

‘Different day, same issue’: What the Oka Crisis can teach us about the pipeline protests

VIA advises travellers to use other modes of transportation in coming days

Pipeline protests resume across Canada

‘It concerns all provinces’: Quebec premier calls on Ottawa to step in to end anti-pipeline protests

Morning Brief: No options off the table for Teck oilsands mine, environment minister says

CN Rail warns of closures if blockades remain

Conservative leadership candidates speak out on #ShutDownCanada

Victoria councillors join anti-pipeline protest as mayor distances city from their actions

Canada stalled as blockades shut down rail networks and the movement of goods and people


Detained at Gidimt’en: Inside the media confinement zone


B.C. throne speech disrupted by Wet’suwet’en supporters


Feb 12

Here’s What’s Happening On Wet’suwet’en Territory


Wet’suwet’en demonstrators leave busy Vancouver intersection

Coastal GasLink-Wet’suwet’en conflict not simple

Wet’suwet’en Nation hereditary chiefs launch climate lawsuit against Ottawa

Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests: How Canadian law protects demonstrators

Wet’suwet’en members back to work on Coastal GasLink pipeline

Wet’suwet’en Coastal GasLink Pipeline Dispute: Every Word You Need To Know

Trudeau urges quick resolution as anti-pipeline protests cripple train network

Wall Street Invading Wet’suwet’en Territory

Ottawa says it won’t interfere in the dispute between Wet’suwet’en chiefs and Coastal GasLink. So, what’s next?

B.C.’s John Horgan faces a Wet’suwet’en firestorm sparked by some very national issues

Deputy PM Freeland blocked by Wet’suwet’en demonstrators in Halifax

Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters take to Peterborough streets, camp outside MP’s office

‘Walk the walk’: Wet’suwet’en chiefs sue Ottawa to force Crown to act on climate change

Manitoba protesters blockade CN Rail line, demand RCMP leave Wet’suwet’en territory

‘They just don’t listen’: Demonstrators say they want voices heard through Ontario rail disruption

Frustration and some sympathy from travellers forced to change plans due to blockades in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

Wet’suwet’en supporters briefly block downtown traffic

Wet’suwet’en supporters rally in front of Williams Lake RCMP detachment

Tsilhqot’in Chief Joe Alphonse hopes for united position from Wet’suwet’en Nation as a whole

VIDEO: Wet’suwet’en protests come to an end, leads a selection of today’s news stories

Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests continue in Campbell River

Wet’suwet’en supporters march through downtown Vancouver (PHOTOS)

Students set up art installation in front of Reconciliation Pole in support of Wet’suwet’en land defenders

First meeting of all Wet’suwet’en clans in decades


Activists in Bracebridge protest in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Nation

Demonstrators gather, chant in Vancouver for Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests

Bishop leads march to legislature in support of Wet’suwet’en

Protests held in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en demonstrators outside Ottawa’s Justice Building

Portrait of a protest in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory in support of the Wet’suwet’en

BONOKOSKI: Major rail lines blocked over protest 4,000 kilometres away

Moe condemns rail blockades opposing Coastal GasLink


West Vancouver councillor tweets that anti-pipeline activists may target Lions Gate Bridge on Thursday

Still no service on Exo’s Candiac line as Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests reach 3rd day

Victoria councillors at legislature protest weren’t representing city, mayor says

‘My thoughts on that individual are not printable:’ Horgan responds after Victoria councillor Ben Isitt accuses VicPD of campaign against protesters

Encampment at B.C. legislature ends following day of protest

  Vaughn Palmer: Throne speech day a complete downer for Horgan and the B.C. NDP


Hereditary chief calls for gathering of clans as protests disrupt lives, movement of goods


K’ómoks First Nation not involved in Highway 19 blockade, Chief Rempel says

Kenney says pipeline protests “are not about Indigenous rights”

Kenney calls Coastal GasLink protests a ‘dress rehearsal’ for future fights

Blocked railway threatening economy, jobs: port authority says


‘We can’t continue like this’: Quebec, Ottawa form committee to address rail line blockades

AFN, Opposition demand Trudeau Liberals act on B.C. pipeline dispute

Anti-pipeline blockades putting pressure on freight and passenger railways

Rail line blockades continue sparking economic concerns

UPDATE Feb. 18: Nelson’s Bank of Montreal branch re-opens after pipeline sit-in

Wet’suwet’in Solidarity Action protest planned for outside Williams Lake RCMP detachment Wednesday

Comment: Whose land? Whose laws? B.C. needs to change its name


Mike Smyth: A wild day at the legislature as pipeline protests continue

Protesters end vigil outside MP’s office after 33 hours

Demonstration near Listuguj First Nation blocks railway traffic

Protesters pack up from BC Legislature

Wet’suwet’en: In Kanada soll eine Pipeline entstehen – so wehrt sich die indigene Bevölkerung

For Horgan and Trudeau reconciliation is more photo ops than substance

First Nations demonstrates on streets of Bracebridge


Indigenous Groups Block Gas Pipeline In Canada And Spark Solidarity Protests

Freight and passenger railways under stress as anti-pipeline blockades continue

CN’s network compromised by blockades


Coastal GasLink pipeline work camp in Vanderhoof allowed under ‘unique’ ALC conditions

Local demonstrations continue, protesting B.C. pipeline

BOYD: Pushy protesters draw more scrutiny than authoritarian RCMP tactics


Feb 13, 2020

Students Once Again Occupy MLA Office to Raise Demands in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en 

By Alex Nguyen and Henry Anderson [The Ubyssey] 13 FEB 2020


Anishinabek Nation statement on the Wet’suwet’en


Ben Isitt: History is on our side—social movement mobilization in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people. Ben Isitt [The Georgia Straight] 13 FEB 2020


Canada: protests go mainstream as support for Wet’suwet’en pipeline fight widens. Amber Bracken and Leyland Cecco [The Guardian] 14 FEB 2020 


Ending Ont. rail blockade by force would create future problems, minister says. Ryan Flanagan [CTV News] 6 FEB 2020  

Campbell River rally shows support for Wet’suwet’en. Marissa Tiel [Campbell River Mirror] 13 FEB 2020


‘The Wet’suwet’en have never surrendered their ancient sovereignty.’ Readers debate pipelines, protests and Indigenous consent, plus other letters to the editor. [The Globe & Mail] 13 FEB 2020


Here’s what government can — and can’t — do to end the Wet’suewet’en standoff. Tonda MacCharles [The Star] 13 FEB 2020


 Local leaders address climate change concerns in Guelph. Chris Seto [Guelph Mercury Tribune] 13 FEB 2020


MCA stands with Wet’suwet’en (Cornwall/Ontario). Nick Seebrutch [Seaway News] 13 FEB 2020  


No end in sight for Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests blocking Montreal’s Candiac line. Benson Cook [Global News] 13 FEB 2020 


On Our Radar: Prince George rally planned in support of We’tsuwe’ten Hereditary Chiefs.  Hanna Petersen [Prince George Citizen] 13 FEB 2020 


Ontario minister calls on Feds to meet with protesters blocking rail line. Shawn Jeffords, The Canadian Press [National Observer] 13 FEB 2020


Powell River-Sunshine Coast MLA discusses Wet’suwet’en protests, government throne speech. Alexander Cosh [Powell River Peak] 15 FEB 2020 


Protests Continue Across Canada in Solidarity With Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders Fighting Fracked Gas Pipeline.  Jessica Corbett [Common Dreams] 13 FEB 2020  


‘Sometimes democracy isn’t convenient’: More protests, disruptions by Wet’suwet’en supporters expected MIKE LLOYD AND HANA MAE NASSAR [CityNews] 13 FEB 2020


The story from the Wet’suwet’en protest. Jesse Winter [National Observer] 13 FEB 2020 


The Wet’suwet’en told supporters to ‘shut down Canada.’ Now trains are cancelled nationwide. Emma McIntosh [National Observer] 13 FEB 2020 


The latest on Victoria protests supporting Wet’suwet’en chiefs opposed to pipeline. [Times Colonist] 13 FEB 2020  


The Wet’suwet’en Fight Against New Pipeline Spreads Across Canada with Blockades & Occupations. Hosted by Amy Goodman [Democracy Now!] 13 FEB 2020. Interview with Molly Wickham and Pamela Palmater.


TransLink suspends West Coast Express service after Wet’suwet’en sympathizers block Pitt River rail bridge. Charlie Smith [The Georgia Straight] 13 FEB 2020


‘We still have title’: How a landmark B.C. court case set the stage for Wet’suwet’en protests. Jon Hernandez [CBC News] 13 FEB 2020


BLOG: Wet’suwet’en demonstrators may block Lions Gate Bridge Thursday Linday William-Ross [Vancouver Is Awesome] 13 FEB 2020


Wet’suwet’en operators gain valuable experience. David Carrigg, PostMedia [Prince George Citizen] 14 FEB 2020 


Wet’suwet’en solidarity demonstrations continue in Kitsilano and at UBC. Megan Devlin [Daily Hive] 13 FEB 2020


Wet’suwet’en supporters occupy David Eby’s office in Vancouver


Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests: Here’s a chronological look at rail disruptions (Feb 13th)


Wet’suwet’en supporters rally in front of Williams Lake RCMP detachment


Whose laws should rule the land in Wet’suwet’en pipeline dispute?


February 13, 2020 What its like to live in a region divided by pipeline and colonialism


Man posts 2019 letter resigning from military after latest RCMP enforecement of pipeline order


Feb 14


A list of major civil disobedience events in recent Canadian history


A timeline on rail disruptions by anti-pipeline protesters across Canada


Average Wet’suwet’en people caught in pipeline dispute crossfire, says wing chief


B.C. First Nation group was not involved with pro-Wet’suwet’en highway blockade: leader


Canada: protests go mainstream as support for Wet’suwet’en pipeline fight widens


Climate activists in Fredericton show solidarity with Wet’suwet’en chiefs


Dear Jagmeet, find ‘Love and Courage’ and break with Horgan


Demonstrators block government buildings across Greater Victoria 


Farm groups want action on blockades


Government offices centre of protesters in Victoria, but demonstrations peaceful


Indigenous protest to block Rainbow Bridge Sunday (St. Catherines)


Large crowds gather for Vancouver Women’s Memorial March amid Indigenous rights protests


More than 60 ships stalled off BC coast due to blockades


Nelson protesters occupy BMO in support of Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs


No charges for man who drove through Wet’suwet’en protest line


Port Coquitlam MLA calls Wet’suwet’en blockade ‘a disgrace’


Potential catastrophe: Rail blockades disrupt food supply chains which may lead to grocery store shortages


Protesters in downtown Toronto condemn proposed pipeline through Wet’suwet’en territory


Protest blocks traffic at downtown Saskatoon intersection


Protesters thanked by First Nations members


RCMP Accused of Creating ‘Crisis of Press Freedom’ in Wet’suwet’en Raids


Reconciliation cannot be achieved at gunpoint: BC Grand Chief Stewart Philip on Wet’suew’en standoff


“Respectez les Wet’suwet’en”, demandent des manifestants à Victoria


Scheer blasted as ‘racist and absurd’ for telling Wet’suwet’en supporters to ‘check their privilege Meyer, Carl. [14 FEB 2020]


Squamish demonstrators hold second rally supporting Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs 


TC Energy CEO says he’s ‘extremely disappointed’ by Coastal GasLink opposition


The Wet’suwet’en are more united than pipeline backers want you to think

UPDATE: Sto:lo protest in support of Wet’suwet’en shuts down busiest intersection in Chilliwack


Wet’suwet’en chief wants Nation to come up with own solution in pipeline dispute


Wet’suwet’en demonstrations to continue alongside Women’s Memorial March (Vancouver)


Wet’suwet’en supporters in Edmonton take to the streets, one taken into custody 


Wet’suwet’en supporter says he and fellow demonstrators were unarmed when RCMP pointed firearm in their direction


Wet’suwet’en supporters picket outside of B.C. government buildings in Victoria

Wet’suwet’en Allies Picket B.C. Government Services In Victoria


Wet’suwet’en Crisis: Whose Rule of Law?


Wet’suwet’en solidarity protest shuts down Yonge and Dundas


Wet’suwet’en solidarity demonstrators block Yonge and Dundas during evening commute

Who is Standing up for First Nations who Support the Pipeline?

Whose law? Its militants who brought us Oka. Bunch of kids and seniors whose jobs are not impacted. Martyn Brown apoplectic. 


Pam Palmater


Feb 15 

Activist group holds St. John’s rally in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en nation protesters


Amtrack access blocked


Anti-pipeline protesters blockading CN Rail crossing


BC Ferries gets preemptive injunction to protect terminals from Wet’suwet’en protests


BC Ferries gets injunction against demonstrations in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en


BC Ferries wins injunction to stop future blockades at all terminals


B.C. NDP MLAs all voted for LNG incentives—and they only have themselves to blame for the rebellion that’s followed



Country erupts into Wet’suwet’en solidarity demonstrations: A week in pictures


Cuthand: First Nations are standing up for their land


Dozens of people gather in Charlottetown in support of Wet’suwet’en protests


Indigenous services minister reports ‘modest progress’ with pipeline protesters as rail blockade continues


In Photos: UBC students in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en


 ‘I stand with Wet’suwet’en’ Passengers impacted by railway blockades share their stories


It’s no coincidence that Wet’suwet’en protesters are targeting railways. Here’s why


Legault calls for action as Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests halt movement on Quebec railways 


Meeting between Miller and Mohawks


Rally Held at Bannerman Park in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Nation in B.C.


Reconciliation is Dead: Canada’s Second Largest Rail Yard Blocked


Supporters of Wet’suwet’en block trains at Macmillan Yard in Vaughan


Trans Mountain prepares for protests amid LNG unrest

The Tiny Indigenous Village that ground Canada to a halt


Video captures RCMP officer pointing gun at Indigenous pipeline opponents at northern B.C. camp


War of words: Experts say the Wet’suwet’en actions are being mangled with loaded vocabulary


Wet’suwet’en and B.C. government have been talking Aboriginal title for a year


Wet’suwet’en bahlat reaffirms Costal GasLink and RCMP must go


Wet’suwet’en camps occupied, Coastal GasLink workers move through: First Nation


Wet’suwet’en solidarity gains steam: What’s led to this ‘watershed moment’ in Indigenous resistance


Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters leave Winnipeg MP’s office after 11 days


Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters block CN rail lines in East Vancouver, Amtrak affected


Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Protests Are Cancelling Some GO Trains In & Out Of Toronto


Wet’suwet’en solidarity protest reaches Okanagan; protesters gather on Kelowna overpass


What you need to know about the Wet’suwet’en protests.


WITH VIDEO: ‘We are all treaty people’: Sit-in protest at MP Scott Reid’s Perth office to show solidarity with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs


Who is behind solidarity action for Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs?


Blockade continues despite ‘modest progress’ made in talks between federal minister and Tyendinaga Mohawk


Wet’suwet’en protests: Trudeau Seeks Calm Through Dialogue Amid Chaos. TNS Bureau [True News Source] 15 FEB 2020


Feb 16 

Why CGL says it rejected a pipeline route endorsed by the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs


Beaverton: Trudeau: We must acknowledge the sacred sovereignty of Canada’s Oil and gas companies


Ottawa rejects police intervention to put an end to blockades, invoklng Oka and Ipperwash


Des manifestants bloquen la voie ferree a Saint Pascal


Wet’suwet’en hereditary Chief Woos…was patched through on a speaker phone. He told the room that the RCMP was still on his territory. “I would suggest to you loud and clear that we want the RCMP out of Gidimt’en territory,” said Woos.

Reconciliation cannot be achieved at gunpoint’: B.C. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip on Wet’suwet’en stand-off

Letter to the Queen from Mohawk family

Trudeau holds cabinet talks as Wet’suwet’en solidarity rail blockades continue

Wet’suwet’en solidarity demonstration disrupts Ontario rail yard


Anti-pipeline protesters block international bridge in Niagara Falls in support of Wet’suwet’en


Hundreds hold Wet’suwet’en solidarity protest at border bridge in Niagara Falls


Why Coastal GasLink says it rejected a pipeline route endorsed by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs


Ottawa rejects calls to shut down rail blockades, will focus on negotiation


‘Kill the pipeline, save the land’ — Wet’suwet’en supporters block Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls


Wet’suwet’en solidarity reaches Prince Edward Island


‘There can be no reconciliation at gunpoint’: Halifax stands with Wet’suwet’en


Indigenous land conflicts to persist unless sovereignty addressed, Wilson-Raybould says


Protesters in Kahnawake will remain in place until Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs are satisfied


Jody Wilson-Raybould weighs in on the Wet’suwet’en conflict


Wet’suwet’en camps again occupied, but Coastal GasLink not impeded: pipeline opponents


Protests supporting Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs against pipeline held on Albert Street


Wet’suwet’en supporters march through Campbell River


Round dance held in Regina in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Nation


Officials warn of possible delays at Rainbow Bridge due to demonstration


What Constitutes Consent Highlighted Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Rally


What comes next after Wet’suwet’en protests? | Sunday Scrum


Alberta premier says pipeline protesters are ‘champions of wokeness’ in Twitter tirade


B.C. VIEWS: Inaction on pipeline protests not a viable response


Meeting between Mohawk leadership, minister was ‘a good start’ but protest remains


Trudeau in talks with cabinet ministers as nation-wide pipeline protests continue


Jason Kenney Treated with Kid-Gloves, Indigenous Protestors with Assault Rifles


Gurpreet Singh: Sikh prayers at B.C. legislature mean nothing in absence of commitment to social justice


AMC – “Our laws are protected within Canada’s Constitution”


‘It has to be resolved’: Some farmers, entrepreneurs call for end to rail blockade


A list of major civil disobedience events in recent Canadian history


More than 40 ships backlogged in Port of Vancouver due to rail blockades


Continuing blockades could backfire: Kanesatake Grand Chief


Railway protest against B.C. pipeline shuts down at day’s end near Letellier, Man.


UBC professors’ Reckoning offers a timely treatise on journalism in the midst of an Indigenous-led resistance


Show of support in Falls for Canadian demonstration


Cay Burton: Reconciliation is dead—the educational ramifications of an empty promise


‘Looking for some kind of political leadership’: Veteran journalists weigh in on protests


Indigenous Services minister says solving rail blockades must be done ‘the right way’


Coastal GasLink rejects alternative route, defends path across Wet’suwet’en unceded territory


Photo diary: on the frontline with Wet’suwet’en supporters


Protesters block train tracks near Rivière-du-Loup in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en


Wet’suwet’en bahlat reaffirms Coastal GasLink and RCMP must go


Feb 17

Round up of raids to date


Trudeau tight-lipped after meeting with cabinet ministers to discuss cross-country protests


Trudeau meets emergency group on pipeline protests as rail blockades continue to wreak havoc 

Thousand Islands Bridge access blocked east of Kingston due to Wet’suwet’en protests


Ministers to meet in Victoria


The “iron road” that brought ruin and death

Fixing BC gas pipeline dispute requires new approach to indigenous governments by Ottawa, provinces 

Map of Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Actions

Feb 18

Trudeau asks for patience as rail blockades continue, bars Scheer from leaders’ meeting

Protesters blockade Premier Horgan’s home ahead of B.C. budget release

Canadian Economy Takes Hit from Wet’Suwet’en Solidarity Actions

Greta Thunberg Is Urging Her Followers To Support Wet’suwet’en Pipeline Protests From Across The World

Premier Hogan defends BC government handling of land rights and Wet’suwet’en clash 

Wilson-Raybould says she is willing to act as mediator in rail blockade talks 

Wet’suwet’en Strong 


Feb 19

Pipeline approval record reveals conflict with Wet’suwet’en years in the making


Feb 20

Public safety minister says B.C. RCMP agrees to move off Wet’suwet’en territory 


Watchdog report proves RCMP action in Wet’suwet’en territory ‘unlawful’: Indigenous, civil rights groups BY SIMON LITTLE GLOBAL NEWS


Feb 21

Indigenous youth occupy Melanie Mark’s office in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs 

RCMP has increased activity on Wet’suwet’en land, say First Nation leaders

Wet’suwet’en chief says trains can pass through once all RCMP have left their territory 

Eyes now on Canadian police after Trudeau demands transport blockades torn down 

Chief Woos reacts to Trudeau’s call for end to blockades 

Justin Trudeau tells Canada protesters: ‘The barricades need to come down’ 


Joint Mohawk – Wet’suwet’en Press Release


Feb 22

Unreleased report finds stop checks, searches of protesters unlawful: Watchdog
Lethbridge News Now Feb 22


Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs arrive in Quebec 
CTV News Feb 22


Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs will maintain blockades despite headway in B.C.


Who’s leading the pro-Wet’suwet’en blockades, and who’s not

Eric Andrew-Gee, Globe and Mail, Feb 22


Partial rail blockade in support of Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs erected in Saskatoon
Morgan Modjeski · CBC News · Posted: Feb 22, 2020 10:59 AM CT


Coastal GasLink told to consult further with Wet’suwet’en by B.C. environmental office
BY SEAN BOYNTON GLOBAL NEWS Posted February 22, 2020 4:24 pm

Protests put pressure on Trudeau and B.C.’s sweet tax
Feb 22, 2020


Protesters End Rail Blockade In Quebec After Arrival Of Riot Police
A spokesperson promised the fight was not over.
Sidhartha Banerjee and Stephane Blais, Canadian Press, Feb 22


Regina protesters tell Andrew Scheer to check his privilege in latest Wet’suwet’en rally
Posted February 22, 2020 4:52 pm


Dozens show up in Orillia to show solidarity with Wet’suwet’en (14 photos)

Nathan Taylor, Orillia Matters, Feb 22

Canadian Pipeline Segment Faces Delay Amid Indigenous Protests
Sandrine Rastello, Financial Post, Feb 22

Showing solidarity with Wet’suwet’en chiefs
Corey LeBlanc, Cape Breton Post, Feb 22

PIPELINE PROTESTS: Timeline of how we got here

Aidan Wallace, The Valley Leader, Feb 22


Traffic slowed on Canso Causeway as protesters display solidarity with Wet’suwet’en First Nation
Kyle Moore, CTV, Feb 22 


Wet’suwet’en chief says they are still waiting for RCMP to vacate rail blockades, grateful for nationwide solidarity

Wet’suwet’en, pro-pipeline demonstrators delay train in Saskatoon


Why Jason Kenney is playing nice with Justin Trudeau amid Wet’suwet’en protests
By Kieran Leavitt, Edmonton Bureau, Feb. 22, 2020


March effort to ‘get our message out’

PJ Wilson, Published on: February 22



Feb 23

New blockade started on train tracks in East Vancouver, CTV News Vancouver, Ian Holliday

Tyendinaga Mohawks say they’ve been given midnight deadline to clear camps. CBC

Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters set up new Vancouver rail blockade, violating injunction
Global News, Sean Boynton


Wet’suwet’en solidarity rally and march in Halifax draws hundreds
By Nova Scotia Advocate – February 23, 2020


Canadian senator visits partial rail blockade in Saskatoon
CBC Saskatchewan Feb 23

As midnight deadline expires, Tyendinaga Mohawks don’t budge from blockade
Alexandra Mae Jones, CTV


Feb 24


‘We are not happy’: Protests unfold in Kahnawake and Kanesatake after arrests in eastern Ontario

Indigenous protesters impede traffic on Quebec highways after multiple arrests in Tyendinaga, CTV MONTREAL, Rachel Lau

Rally shuts down Ottawa streets in support of Wet’suwet’en land defenders
Hundreds met on Parliament Hill on Monday morning, and have been working their way through downtown streets. Ottawa Matters, Mike Vlasveld


‘Going to get much, much worse’: Indigenous Manitobans react to arrests of Mohawk demonstrators.  CBC Manitoba, Rachel Bergen
Link to the video of arrests:


Ontario Provincial Police arrive to remove Tyendinaga Mohawk camp beside CN Rail line
by Charlie Smith on February 24th, 2020 at 7:09 AM


OPP arrest 10 demonstrators at Tyendinaga blockade site, charges pending
CBC NEWS, Catharine Tunney

Some demonstrators in custody as OPP begin dismantling Tyendinaga blockade
CTV News, Solarina Ho

Stakes mount at blockade in Kahnawake — and now, Kanesatake too. The convoy on the Mercier Bridge and the road blockade in Oka “shows the potential of what we could do if we wanted to.”  JASON MAGDER, MONTREAL GAZETTE, PRESSE CANADIENNE & CHRISTOPHER CURTIS, MONTREAL GAZETTE


Police clear rail protest near Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory
National News | February 24, 2020 by APTN National News

Pipeline opponents block access to Port of Vancouver

CTV VAancouver, Carly Yoshida-Butryn

Haudenosaunee Shut Down Highways and Rail Lines After OPP Raid Tyendinaga Support Action, Turtle Island News


Wet’suwet’en supporters blocking West Coast Express, Vancouver port, B.C. Legislature


As RCMP arrest Gitxsan people on CN Rail track, police monitor actions at legislature and in East Vancouver by Charlie Smith on February 24th, 2020 at 9:36 PM


Protesters blocking Clark and Hastings intersection in East Vancouver

Intersection is closed to traffic and buses have been re-routed

Lindsay William-Ross


Indigenous youths occupy office and secure meeting with Advanced Education Minister Melanie Mark by Tessa Vikander on February 24th, 2020


LNG Canada registered nine in-house provincial lobbyists on same day Unist’ot’en matriarchs were arrested  by Charlie Smith on February 24th

More blockades, protests in Quebec as First Nations respond to Tyendinaga arrests
Shades of 1990 Oka Crisis Monday, as Kanesatake Mohawks shut down access to community northwest of Montreal
Benjamin Shingler, Jonathan Montpetit · CBC News

Feb 25


Hwy. 6 in Caledonia remains closed by solidarity demonstration

CTV News Kitchener, Natalie van Rooy, Tegan Versolatto


Winnipeg protesters block traffic with ‘die-in’ after arrest of Mohawk pipeline opponents Touria Izri, CTV News Winnipeg

B.C. demonstrations enter 2nd day in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs

GO trains cancelled as protesters set up new blockades near Toronto

Vancouver police move against blockade at intersection of East Hastings Street and Clark Drive

by Charlie Smith on February 25th


VPD arrest 6 Wet’suwet’en supporters at Port of Vancouver blockade
DH Vancouver Staff

Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters march through streets of Montreal. Streets clogged with protesters as transportation disruptions spread across the country. CBC News

Blockades and bonfires — Warriors stand with Wet’suwet’en chiefs


Feb 26


Blockade returns to Port of Vancouver in defiance of court injunction

Indigenous youth camped at B.C. Legislature call for RCMP, pipeline workers to leave Wet’suwet’en territory. CBC News


‘They could no longer sit idly by’: Wet’suwet’en solidarity round dancers shut down Portage and Main. Demonstrators blocked major Winnipeg intersection to voice opposition to B.C. pipeline, arrests. Dana Hatherly · CBC News


Solidarity Actions Continue After Tyendinaga Raid, As Calls For Repression & Far-Right Vigilantism Escalate



Legislature protesters demand that pipeline permits be revoked.
Louise Dickson / Times Colonist


Large banner on trestle between Bangor and Brewer raises questions. A very large banner has been tied to the top of the adjacent railroad trestle that reads, “ALL EYES ON WET’SUWET’EN”
Bob Evans (NEWS CENTER Maine), Associated Press


Blockade reroutes traffic on Pat Bay Highway

About 80 people from four major Peninsula First Nations blocking major highway.


McGill law students slam justice minister over Wet’suwet’en raids
Christopher Curtis, Montreal Gazette


Feb 27


Pipeline construction paused as Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs prepare to meet federal, provincial ministers


Gardiners Road rail overpass in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en, Mohawk people

Indigenous land rights, environment and police response to blockades top of mind for people walking bridge Thursday. James Hopkin, Soo Today


Feb 28

First Nations members blockade Truro rail line to protest pipelines. Fram Dinshaw, Saltwire Network


Bomb threat made against Wet’suwet’en and Tyendinaga Mohawks as far right escalates talk of violence. An uptick in anti-Indigenous rhetoric includes calls for vigilante violence
Erin Seatter, Ricochet


Feb 29


Indigenous youth group gets death threat over Wet’suwet’en support. Assembly of Seven Generations say they’ve changed their drop-in location to keep people safe.
Idil Mussa, CBC Ottawa

Indigenous youth at B.C. legislature say they won’t leave, won’t be intimidated by white supremacists. Ian Holliday, CTV Vancouver Island

News articles from March:


March 1

‘It’s not over’: Tentative agreement with Wet’suwet’en Nation may be a milestone, but it doesn’t resolve pipeline fight.  News by Ethan Cox, Erin Seatter, Ricochet


Proposed agreement reached between Wet’suwet’en chiefs, gov’t ministers after 3 days of talks. By Sean Boynton, Global News

Wet’suwet’en chiefs, ministers reach proposed arrangement in pipeline dispute. Wet’suwet’en hereditary leader says they remain opposed to the Coastal GasLink pipeline.

Nipissing First Nation lights the fires for Wet’suwet’en


Understanding the Wet’suwet’en struggle in Canada. Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief, gov’t announce proposed deal in dispute that raised key questions on Aboriginal title.

by Jillian Kestler-D’Amours


‘Milestone’ proposed deal between Wet’suwet’en Nation, Ottawa, B.C. would recognize hereditary system. Brent Jang


Wet’suwet’en pipeline supporters say their message is not being heard.

By Hina Alam

Work to resume on Coastal GasLink after Wet’suwet’en chiefs, ministers reach draft arrangement in pipeline dispute.  By Geoffrey Morgan

Wet’suwet’en People to Decide on Proposed Deal With Canada. Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett called the arrangement a milestone in the history of Canada. By Sarah Berman


Pipeline Dispute: Ministers, Wet’suwet’en Chiefs Reach Proposed Agreement


Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs reach proposed agreement with provincial and federal governments. by Charlie Smith

March 2


London and Edinburgh stand with the Wet’suwet’en

By rs21


What we know about the deal governments agreed to with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs

Ryan Tumilty, National Post


Wet’suwet’en chief says he’ll withdraw support for pipeline if his people turn against it.

Chief Dan George says he wants all Wet’suwet’en members to vote on the Coastal GasLink pipeline. Olivia Stefanovich, CBC


Ottawa’s offer to recognize Wet’suwet’en land rights was not conditional on an end to blockades

By Alex Balling


Canada: Wet’suwet’en and ministers agree tentative deal in land dispute

Leyland Cecco


Wet’suwet’en chiefs, ministers reach proposed agreement in Coastal GasLink pipeline dispute

The announcement comes as talks between the hereditary chiefs and the ministers entered a fourth day.  Hina Alam, The Canadian Press


Review of proposed deal with Wet’suwet’en Nation could take weeks. By Ash Kelly


Demonstrators back Wet’suwet’en at Belleville rally. By Derek Baldwin


March 3

Mohawks face online threats, hate as protest continues

Christopher Curtis, Montreal Gazette


March 4


Media release: Students walk out in support of Wet’suwet’en and Indigenous land defenders

By Nova Scotia Advocate


B.C. students join nationwide school walkout in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs


SFU students block Burnaby traffic in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en

Dustin Godfrey / Burnaby Now


MARCH 5, 2020


Solicitor General Mike Farnworth authorized redeploying RCMP resources in response to Coastal GasLink’s injunction.  by Charlie Smith, Georgia Strait


Kahnawake Moves Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Fire, Lifts Rail Blockade. By Greg Horn


Wet’suwet’en discuss proposed deal but no timeline on ratification, says Hereditary Chief Hagwilnegh. APTN National News March 5, 2020 by Lee Wilson


RCMP prepares to crack down on Wet’suwet’en Nation as bottom falls out of LNG market in Asia. By Charlie Smith, Georgia Strait


MARCH 6, 2020


Wet’suwet’en, BCCLA, and UBCIC Release Explosive Letter Revealing BC Solicitor General Authorizing RCMP Deployment, Contradicting Public Statements


Caledonia blockade to remain in place. By Susan Gamble


MARCH 7, 2020


Ecosocialists and UBCIC demand Mike Farnworth’s resignation for authorizing RCMP’s massive show of force. by Charlie Smith, Georgia Strait


MARCH 8, 2020


MARCH 9, 2020


MARCH 10, 2020


MARCH 11, 2020


Wet’suwet’en Matriarchal Coalition funded by B.C., Coastal GasLink to “divide and conquer”. 

By Kate Korte









Arresting Indigenous protesters is not the way to reconciliation
Kent McNeil [The Province] January 24, 2020

Who speaks for the Wet’suwet’en people? Making sense of the Coastal GasLink conflict
Puglaas (Jody Wilson-Raybould) Globe and Mail, January 24, 2020

EDITORIAL: GTC wise to take mining by the horns
Eric Bowling [NNSL Media] February 2, 2020

In solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
The McGill Tribune Editorial Board [McGill Tribune] February 11, 2020

Putting the RCMP raid on the Wet’suwet’en in historical perspective
Sean Carleton [Toronto Star] February 11, 2020

Vaughn Palmer: Past NDP statements may have laid foundation for pipeline protests
Vaughn Palmer [The Vancouver Sun] February 11, 2020

Whose land? Whose laws? B.C. needs to change its name
Nicholas XEMŦOLTW̱ Claxton & John Price [Times Colonist] February 12, 2020

Canada does not deserve a seat at UN Security Council
Pam Palmater [APTN News] February 12, 2020

Wet’suwet’en protests a revolutionary moment in Canada: Mohawk scholar Gerald Taiaiake Alfred
Carlito Pablo [The Georgia Straight] February 13, 2020

What is happening on Wet’suwet’en territory shows us that reconciliation is dead
Gina Starblanket & Joyce Green [Globe and Mail] February 13, 2020

The need for protest
David Moscrop [Macleans] February 13, 2020 

Standing with Wet’suwet’en
Gerry Chidiac [Prince George Citizen] February 13, 2020

Senator and ex-judge Murray Sinclair says Indigenous resistance won’t respond well to ‘pocketful of mumbles’
Charlie Smith [The Georgia Straight] February 14, 2020

The Wetsuwet’en are more united than pipeline backers want you to think
Amber Bracken, [Macleans] February 14, 2020

Dear Jagmeet, find ‘Love and Courage’ and break with Horgan
Krisna Saravanamuttu [Spring Magazine] February 14, 2020

Jason Kenney treated with kid gloves, Indigenous protesters with assault rifles
Linda McQuaig, [Common Dreams] February 16, 2020

Rights, reconciliation and resistance 2020: Letter to the Editor
Joyce Green [East Kootenay News Online Weekly] February 16, 2020

The ‘iron road’ that brought ruin and death
Stephen Maher [Macleans] February 17, 2020

A Pipeline Offers a Stark Reminder of Canada’s Ongoing Colonialism
Alicia Elliott [The Washington Post] February 18, 2020

We do face a national crisis in Canada; it’s not caused by a few Indigenous blockades
David Climenhaga [] February 18, 2020

Blockades a genius assertion of Indigenous power: UBC-based First Nations thinker Glen Coulthard
Carlito Pablo [The Georgia Straight] February 19, 2020

Liberal decisions on Wet’suwet’en, Teck crises will make it clear what this government really stands for
Keith Stewart [CBC News] February 19, 2020

These protestors know more about Indigenous issues than you think
Rachel Jansen [Macleans] February 19, 2020

Stop using the ‘rule of law’ as a weapon against Indigenous peoples
Corey Shefman [Globe and Mail] February 20, 2020

My business will be negatively affected by the railway blockades. I still support them
Jill Van Gyn [CBC News] February 21, 2020

Trudeau puts pressure on Indigenous leaders to back down – but his gamble may backfire.
Campbell Clark [Globe & Mail] 23 FEB 2020 

Wet’suwet’en: why the onus is on Canada to de-escalate the crisis
Eric Wright [NOW Magazine] February 26, 2020

An Open Letter to “Angry Settlers”
Chelsea Vowel [âpihtawikosisân] February 26, 2020

Indigenous civil rights blockades should be met with a new diplomacy, not violence
Terry Mitchell [The Conversation] February 27, 2020

Injunctions have only served to prove the point: Canada is a smash-and-grab country for industry
Shiri Pasternak & Irina Ceric [Globe and Mail] February 28, 2020

Blockades Aren’t the Crisis. It’s the Crumbling Legitimacy of Canada’s Democracy
Matthew Norris [The Tyee] February 28, 2020

It is not the Wet’suwet’en who are hurting Canada. The Canadian government and big oil corporations are inflicting harm on First Nations and all Canadians
Ruth H Hopkins
[Al Jazeera] March 1, 2020

Colonialism is alive and well in Canada
Jessica Clogg [SLAW] March 2, 2020


‘They are erasing our history’: Indigenous sites buried under Coastal GasLink pipeline infrastructure
Amber Bracken [The Narwhal]  January 14, 2020

British Columbia Poses Big Tests for Trudeau 2.0
Michael Harris [The Tyee] January  31, 2020

Indigenous Youth are Rising up in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
Maia Wikler [Briarpatch] February 11, 2020

BC’s DNA is embedded in Wet’suwet’en demonstrations
Justin McElroy [CBC BC] February 2020

Rail blockades are proving to be an effective non-violent response to state violence
Brent Patterson [] February 15, 2020

Rail Blockade: Indigenenous Resistance Shakes the Canadian State
John Clarke [Counterfire] February 17 2020 

Pipeline approval record reveals conflict with Wet’suwet’en years in the making
Jason Proctor [CBC News] February 19, 2020.

The army can’t stop the Wet’suwet’en solidarity movement
Ethan Cox [Ricochet] February 19, 2020

Barricade in Kahnawake has support of Mohawk community and beyond
Jason Magder [Montreal Gazette] February 26, 2020

‘Revolution is alive’: Canada protests spawn climate and Indigenous rights movement Tracey Lindeman [The Guardian] February 28, 2020


Researchers say RCMP action against Wet’suwet’en would place corporate interests over Indigenous rights Justin Bracken [APTN News] January 6, 2019

Law is on the side of Indigenous group in pipeline dispute, say legal experts Perrin Grauer [The Toronto Star] January 17, 2019

RCMP invasion of Wet’suwet’en Nation territory breaches Canada’s ‘rule of law’ Pam Palmater [Canadian Dimension] April 24, 2019

The B.C. Supreme Court’s Decision in Coastal Gaslink: A Missed Opportunity to Provide Instruction on Exclusivity and Consent Oliver MacLaren [OKT Law] January 2020

Colonialism in Canada: What is happening at Unist’ot’en? [YouTube] January 6, 2020

What the Wet’suwet’en case says about how Canadian courts address Indigenous law Canadian Press [The Vancouver Sun] January 9, 2020

The invisible thread? The Coastal GasLink decision and why we must do more to recognize the application of Indigenous law Gavin Smith [West Coast Environmental Law Blog] January 15, 2020

Wet’suwet’en: Canada’s Reconciliation Lie Krisna Saravanamuttu [Spring Magazine] January 19, 2020

Untangling the rule of law in the Costal GasLink pipeline standoff Erin Seatter & Jerome Turner [Ricochet] February 5, 2020. French: Affrontements liés au gazoduc Coastal GasLink : clarifier «L’État de droit»

Coastal GasLink pipeline dispute is a nation-to-nation matter. Stepan Wood, Gordon Christie, Jocelyn Stacey. [The Conversation] Feb. 6, 2019

Industry, government pushed to abolish Aboriginal title at issue in Wet’suwet’en stand-off, docs reveal Martin Lukacs & Shiri Pasternak [The Narwhal] February 7, 2020 

Police protect corporations, not people Emily Riddle [Briarpatch Magazine] February 10, 2020

Canada and BC violate UN “injunction” while lawful protesters arrested and threatened with armed force [Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada] February 12, 2020

Wet’suwet’en supporters putting their physical safety and freedom on the line for Indigenous rights” Shari Narine [Windspeaker News] February 12, 2020

The Wet’suwet’en, Aboriginal Title, and the Rule of Law: An Explainer Kate Gunn & Bruce McIvor [First Peoples Law Corporation] February 13, 2020

The Wet’suwet’en, Aboriginal Title, and the Rule of Law: An Explainer Kate Gunn & Bruce McIvor [The Georgia Straight] February 13, 2020

The Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests and the federal government [The Current with Matt Galloway] February 14, 2020

Wet’suwet’en Crisis: Whose Rule of Law? Katie Hyslop [The Tyee] February 14, 2020

What will it take to resolve BC Pipeline dispute? Senator Murray Sinclair [Mizana Gheezhik] February 14, 2020

Thank You Message to Canadians Pam Palmater [YouTube] February 16, 2020

Fixing BC gas pipeline dispute requires new approach to indigenous governments by Ottawa, provinces Robert Janes QC [YouTube] February 17, 2020

The Breathtaking Hypocrisy of the Howls for the Rule of Law” Jennifer Ditchburn [Policy Options] February 17, 2020

The invisible thread? The Coastal GasLink decision and why we must do more to recognize the application of Indigenous law. [WCEL] 15 JAN 2020. Catherine Morris Director, Peacemakers Trust. UN Liaison, Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada. Adjunct professor, UVic Law

System for recognizing Indigenous land titles flawed Eugene Kung Westcoast Environmental Law [BNN Bloomberg] February 18, 2020

Hiding behind the myth of one ‘rule of law’ Paige Raibmon [The Tyee] February 18, 2020

The Settler Playbook: Understanding Responses to #ShutDownCanada in Historical Context Sarah Rotz, Daniel Rück, & Sean Carleton, Active History, February 18, 2020

Stop using the ‘rule of law’ as a weapon against Indigenous peoples Corey Shefman [Globe and Mail] February 20, 2020

How Much of these Blockades are actually Legal? Tristin Hopper [The Capital] February 20, 2020 

Law prof says Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs have legal right to block pipeline [CBC News] February 20, 2020

Watchdog decries RCMP conduct at Wet’suwet’en protests in B.C. Ian Bailey [Globe and Mail] February 20, 2020

The rule of law is ‘racist’ says Mohawk law professor Beverly Jacobs Brett Forester [APTN National News] February 21, 2020

Unpacking the Coastal GasLink Injunction and its omissions David Gray-Donald [Briarpatch] February 23, 2020

Settler governments are breaking international law, not Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, says 200 lawyers, legal scholars. Beverly Jacobs, Sylvia McAdam, Alex Neve and Harsha Walia. [The Star] February 24, 2020

Injunctions have only served to prove the point: Canada is a smash-and-grab country for industry. Irina Cee and Shiri Pasternak. [Globe & Mail] February 28, 2020






The Big Story [Owned by Rogers Media]

Inside the Wet’suwet’en protests (podcast) 13 FEB 2020 GUEST: Jesse Winter, photo journalist, @jwints GUEST HOST: Sarah Boesveld, @SarahBoesveld

The Brief: Tracking the Empire. Hosts: Nora Barrows Friedman @norabf, Jon Elmer @jonelmer and Justin Podur @justinpodur []


The Current with Matt Galloway

Hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation oppose the Coastal GasLink pipeline Interview with Peter Grant interview. Feb. 12, 2020

The Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests and the federal government. National panel discussion: JP Tasker, Niigan Sinclair, Vaughn Palmer. Feb. 14, 2020.


The House with Chris Hall 

Interview with Karen Joseph. Feb. 15, 2020

Interview with Gordon Christie. Jan. 18, 2020 


BC Today with Michelle Eliot

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and the Coastal GasLink pipeline. Prof. John Borrows [UVIC Law, Anishnaabe]. Jan. 7, 2020: 

B.C. response to Indigenous opposition and support of the Coastal GasLink pipeline. Interview with Prof. Gordon Christie [UBC Law, Inuvialuit]. Jan. 22, 2020. [1st 30 minutes] 

Coastal GasLink pipeline protests continue… discussion of John Horgan’s press release/public statement. Discussion includes guests: Prof. Clifford Atleo [SFU Prof, Ahousat] [until 18:00]. Feb. 12, 2020: 

The limit of protests and their value, concerning Coastal GasLink. Discussion of protest includes:  David Tindall [UBC Sociology] at 14:00. Feb. 13, 2020.

CANADALAND with Jesse Brown

Episode 312: Siege on Wet’suwet’en [9 FEB 2020]

Episode 250: Wet’suwet’en Coverage is Still Pretty Bad [20 FEB 2020]

Episode 251: Heard it through the Pipeline [27 FEB 2020]


“La policía federal de Canadá reprime indígenas que se oponen a la construcción de un gasoducto” [14 FEB 2020] 

CFAX 1070 FM Victoria, BC

Ben Isitt responds to criticism from Premier and Police Chief [14 FEB 2020]

For reference:


From the Ground Up Ep. 155: News Round-up – Coastal GasLink and the Regina refinery [05 FEB 2020] 

CHLY. Nanaimo Radio

Nanaimo Rally for Wet’suwet’en. [8 FEB 2020] 

CJSR. University of Alberta Campus radio, Edmonton, AB.

Wet’suwet’en solidarity. [17 JAN 2020] 


MOT – Brenda McIntyre, Kolin Sutherland (Gitxan) and Rhonda Levaldo. [31 JAN 2020] 

The Final Straw Radio

Josh Harper of SHAC7 and Voices from Gidimt’en Access Point

Voices from the Gidimt’en Access Point [0:31:51] Eve Saint (Wet’suwet’en land defender), Anne Spice (Tlinket land defender) and Shilo Hill (from Onandaga nation, Haudenosaunee, Six Nations) 

49th Parahell

75: Fake Country Shutdown (with Romy Garrido and Rayne Fisher-Quan) 

Global News Radio: News Talk 770 with Danielle Palmer

The ongoing dispute between Coastal GasLink and the Wet’suwet’en chiefs with guest: Vaughn Palmer, Vancouver Sun’s provincial affairs political columnist. 15 JAN 2020

Green Majority Radio.

“Actions Erupting Across the Continent” (696) [08 FEB 2020] 

“Shutting Down Canada” (697) [15 FEB 2020] 

“We Need Indigenous Knowledge” (692) [JAN 2020] 

“Envisioning Triumph” (693) [18 JAN 2020] 

Last Born in the Wilderness

#167 – No Access Without Consent: The Unist’ot’en Camp; in Defence of the Sacred with Will Falk. [Feb 2019] 

Legalease: LegalEase is broadcast by a collective of law students on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

“Interview with Unist’ot’en House member Karla Tait” [15 JAN 2020??] 

Media Indigena with Rick Harp and various guests

Ep. 196: Another paramilitary push against Wet’suwet’en camps in BC. [10 FEB 2020] Ep. EP148: War on the Wet’suwet’en? [14 JAN 2019]

Native America Calling. A live call-in program, engaging noted guests and listeners in a thought-provoking national conversation from a Native perspective. Hosted by Tara Gatewood (Isleta).

Clash over Canadian Pipeline Reignites [22 JAN 2020] 

Policy Options Podcast

PO Podcast 72 – Legal precedents for the Wet’suwet’en Resistance (Bruce McIvor from First Peoples Law) [Feb 2019] – older but worth posting just an FYI

Radical People

  1. Unceded. Feb 2019. In this episode, Eamon talks to Delee from the Gidumt’en Camp. 

Rank & File Radio – Prairie Edition. 

“Shutting Down Canada for Wet’suwet’en and the History of the RCMP, with Ivan Drury [Red Braid Alliance for Decolonial Socialism] and Sean Carelton [Assistant Prof Mount Royal University].

Real Peoples Media ← several short interviews here 

Interviews from Tyendinaga Rail Blockade – Day 2 [08 FEB 2020] 

Freda Huson talks about awaiting RCMP Raid [09 FEB 2020] 

The Rebel Beat

Episode 97 – An Update From Wet’suwet’en

The Red Road Podcast. Hayden King.

S2E12 Red Road, Red Carpet [ 15 JAN 2020] 

The Red Nation

Unis’tot’en Camp: no access without consent w/ Anne Spice [15 DEC2020???] 

No access without consent w/ Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chief Namoks” [15 JAN 2020??] 

#WetsuwetenStrong w/ Karla Tait [15 FEB 2020] 

KPFK Radio

Sojourner Truth. Sojourner Truth with Margaret Prescod is a public affairs program that airs Tuesday through Friday on KPFK Radio . “Molly Wickham on Wet’suwet’en Resistance to Canada Pipeline [ 16 JAN 2020] 

Warrior Life with Pam Palmater

Ep. 33 – RCMP Invasion of Wet’suwet’en Territory Breach of Rule of Law [SEP 2019] 

Molly Wickham: Gidim’ten Yintah Access Update [01 FEB 2020] 

WPKN Community Radio

Between the Lines. 12 FEB 2020. Indigenous Nations Struggle to Stop Construction of Coastal GasLink Pipeline; Dr. Karla Tait, a member of Wet’suwet’en Nation in British Columbia, Canada.

WXRW. Riverwest Radio, Milwaukee, WI.

The Grass is Greener: Annie Banks on the Wet’suwet’en-Transcanada Standoff [15 FEB 2020]

CFRU – Back in the USSR

Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Indigenous Land Defenders. Interview with Freda Huson. 13 JAN 2020

The Brief Episode 2: Blockades expand






JANUARY 25, 2019

12:30 Karla Tait, Unist’ot’en tribal member and Director of the Unist’ot’en Healing Center [KZFR Community Radio 90.1 FM] January 25, 2019

JANUARY 16, 2019

The Wet’suwet’en stand-off
[Native America Calling] January 16, 2020

JANUARY 14, 2019

Protesters occupy TransCanada facility in support of B.C. anti-pipeline camps
[CBC News] January 14, 2019

JANUARY 10, 2019

Agreement reached in Wet’suwet’en, Coastal GasLink land dispute
Perrin Grauer [The Star] January 10, 2019

JANUARY 9, 2019

Hamilton protesters rally in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en activists
[The Hamilton Spectator] January 9, 2019

Rallies planned for protesters arrested while blocking work on B.C. pipeline
Canadian Press [Ottawa Citizen] January 9, 2019

Wet’suwet’en to open anti-pipeline checkpoint after negotiations with RCMP, say ‘this is not over’
Simon Little [Global News] January 9, 2019


JANUARY 8, 2019

AFN Chief Critical of RCMP Pipeline Intervention
The Canadian Press [] January 8, 2019

AFN chief critical of RCMP pipeline intervention
Jerold Leblanc [Red Deer Advocate] January 8, 2019

AFN chief critical of RCMP pipeline intervention, calls on Canada and B.C. to
The Canadian Press [] January 8, 2019

PHOTOS: Anti-pipeline rallies take over B.C. cities
Katya Slepian [Ladysmith Chronicle] January 8, 2019

Crowd at Chilliwack courthouse was in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
Jennifer Feinberg [Chilliwack Progress] January 8, 2019

Demonstrations block traffic in support of Indigenous pipeline protesters in B.C.
Josh Dehaas [CTV News] January 8, 2019

Demonstrations planned in Canada and abroad after 14 arrests at BC pipeline protest (VIDEO) Simran Singh [Daily Hive] January 8, 2019

First Nations Pipeline Protest: 14 Land Protectors Arrested as Canadian Police Raid Indigenous Camp: Democracy Now! Speaks to Unist’ot’en member Dr. Karla Tait on RCMP Violence
Interviewers: Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzaléz [Democracy Now] January 8, 2019

Five things to know about the LNG pipeline protest in northern B.C.
The Canadian Press [CityNews Vancouver] January 8, 2019

Five things to know about the LNG pipeline protest in northern B.C.
The Canadian Press [National Post] January 8, 2019

Fourteen people arrested after RCMP break down anti-pipeline checkpoint
Jennifer Saltman [Vancouver Sun] January 8, 2019

14 arrested as RCMP break gate at Gidimt’en camp checkpoint set up to stop pipeline company access
Chantelle Bellrichard and Michelle Ghoussoub[CBC News] January 8, 2019

WATCH: Gidimt’en gate dismantled, arrests made as police enforce court injunction
Sawyer Bogdan [My Campbell River Now] January 8, 2019

Gitxsan hereditary chiefs announce support for Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs
Chris Gareau [Smithers Interior News] January 8. 2019

Hundreds march in support of Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline camp
Zak Vescera and Tristan Wheeler [The Ubyssey] January 8, 2019

International supporters stand in solidarity with pipeline protesters Cole Kelly [My Prince George Now] January 8, 2019

Justin Trudeau encounters large protest in Ottawa following RCMP arrests of pipeline opponents in B.C.
Charlie Smith [The Georgia Straight] January 8, 2019

Locals show solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
Sean Eckford [Coast Reporter] January 8, 2019

Marches follow RCMP arrests at B.C. pipeline protest camp
The Canadian Press [The Province] January 8, 2019

NDP critic calls RCMP intervention ‘pretty lame’ in B.C.’s anti-LNG protest.
The Canadian Press [Revelstoke Review] January 8, 2019

NDP critic bemoans RCMP intervention in anti-LNG protest in northern BC
The Canadian Press [CityNews] January 8, 2019

Pipeline protesters delay Trudeau speech to First Nations as demonstrations spread across Canada
The Canadian Press [Saskatoon Star Phoenix] January 8, 2019

Nanaimo rally held to support those opposing gas pipeline
Chris Bush [Nanaimo Bulletin] January 8, 2019

VIDEO: Nelson protesters rally in support of Wet’suwet’en pipeline blockade.
Tyler Harper [Boundary Creek Times] January 8, 2019

Nine things you need to know about the Unist’ot’en blockade
Zoë Ducklow [The Tyee] January 8, 2019

Pipeline protesters delay Trudeau speech to First Nations with drums, chants
[Canadian Press] January 8, 2019

Protesters, counter protesters gather in downtown Calgary after B.C. pipeline arrests
[CBC News – Calgary] January 8, 2019

Protests and marches sparked by RCMP arrest at B.C. pipeline protest camp
Terri Theodore [Financial Post] January 8, 2019

Protests and marches sparked by RCMP arrest at B.C. pipeline protest camp
The Canadian Press [Todayville: Red Deer] January 8, 2019

Protests, marches sparked by RCMP arrest at B.C. pipeline protest camp
The Canadian Press [] January 8, 2019

Protests follow RCMP arrests at B.C. pipeline blockade The Canadian Press [The Province] January 8, 2019

Protesters block streets in Hamilton to support Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline camps Jasmine Kabatay [CBC News – Hamilton] January 8, 2019

RCMP arrest 14 protesters in northern northern B.C. over anti-LNG pipeline protest Terri Theodore [National Post] January 8, 2019

NewsAlert: RCMP arrest 14 people taking part in anti-LNG pipeline protest The Canadian Press [The Vancouver Sun] January 8, 2019

RCMP and military breach peaceful checkpoint on unceded Wet’suwet’en territory [Intercontinental Cry] January 8, 2019

RCMP on the move to Unist’ot’en camp Cole Kelly [My Prince George Now] January 8, 2019

Rallies against B.C. LNG pipeline planned across Canada, U.S. Katya Slepian [Smithers Interior News] January 8, 2019

Rallies held in Alberta’s 2 largest cities to show solidarity with anti-pipeline protesters in northern B.C. Phil Heidenreich [Global News] January 8, 2019

Rallies planned for protesters arrested while blocking work on BC pipeline The Canadian Press [City News] January 8, 2019

Solidarity rally for Wet’suwet’en First Nation met by pro-pipeline activists Sammy Hudes [Calgary Herald] January 8, 2019

Splatsin members rally in support of anti-pipeline camp Parker Crook [Salmon Arm Observer] January 8, 2019

VIDEO: Terrace rallies to show solidarity with Wet’suwet’en nation Natalia Balcerzak [Terrace Standard] January 8, 2019

UBCIC Condemns RCMP Intimidation of Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders [Net Newsledger] January 8, 2019

Unist’ot’en camp awaits RCMP after injunction enforced at Gidimt’en anti-pipeline checkpoint [CBC News] January 8, 2019

The Wet’suwet’en and B.C.’s gas-pipeline battle: A guide to the story so far. Compiled by Globe Staff [The Globe & Mail] January 8, 2019

‘Welcome to battleground BC’: Hundreds rally against LNG pipeline Katya Slepian [Terrace Standard] January 8, 2019

Workers caught in Wet’suwet’en territorial dispute ready to start on gas pipeline Alex McKeen [StarMetro Vancouver] January 8, 2019

Windsor joins international rallies in support of Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline camps Doug Schmidt [Windsor Star] January 8, 2019

JANUARY 7, 2019

As Canadian Police Target Pipeline Protesters on First Nations Territory, Solidarity Actions Planned Across North America Jessica Corbett [Common Dreams] January 7, 2019

B.C. Indigenous group anticipating RCMP action at anti-LNG pipeline camp Amy Smart, The Canadian Press [The National Observer] January 7, 2019


Canada: indigenous anti-pipeline protesters call police presence ‘act of war’ Leyland Cecco [The Guardian] January 7, 2019


Downtown pipeline protest draws small crowd Chris Dawson [BayToday] January 7, 2019


Hereditary chiefs in B.C. stand opposed to Coastal GasLink pipeline despite injunction Chantelle Bellrichard [CBC] January 7, 2019


MP visits Wet’suwet’en blockade to support peaceful resolution Quinn Bender [Smithers Interior News] January 7, 2019


Protest at legislature – BC News Rob Gibson [] January 7, 2019


Rally at B.C. Legislature today in support of anti-LNG protest camp [CTV Vancouver Island] January 7, 2019


RCMP arrest 14 people in northern B.C. over anti-LNG pipeline protest [The Chronicle Journal] January 7, 2019

RCMP announce plan to enforce court injunction over anti LNG pipeline protest The Canadian Press [Philippine Canadian Inquirer] January 7, 2019


RCMP arrest 14 anti-pipeline activists at Gitdumt’en checkpoint on Wet’suwet’en territory Charlie Smith [The Georgia Straight] January 7, 2019


RCMP arrest 14 at anti-pipeline protest in northern B.C. Amy Judd [Global News] January 7, 2019


RCMP arrest 14 in northern B.C. as tensions escalate over proposed pipeline Wendy Stuek, Andrea Woo, and Shawn McCarthy [The Globe & Mail] January 7, 2019


RCMP arrest 14 people in northern B.C. over anti-LNG pipeline protest The Canadian Press [Caledonia Courier] January 7, 2019


RCMP arrest 14 people in northern BC over anti-LNG pipeline protest The Canadian Press [Terrace Standard] January 7, 2019


RCMP arrest 14 people in northern BC over anti-LNG pipeline protest The Canadian Press [680 NEWS] January 7, 2019


RCMP arrest 14 people taking part in anti-LNG pipeline protest
The Canadian Press [CTV News] January 7, 2019

RCMP force a retreat at Wet’suwet’en barricade
Perrin Grauer and Jesse Winter [The Star – Vancouver] January 7, 2019

RCMP planning to enforce court injunction over anti-LNG pipeline protest in BC
The Canadian Press [CityNews Vancouver] January 7, 2019

RCMP start to clear Indigenous pipeline protest camps in northern B.C. Chris Gareau [Castlegar News] January 7, 2019

RCMP Set To Remove Indigenous Anti-Pipeline Blockade Near Houston, British Columbia
The Canadian Press [HuffPost Canada] January 7, 2019

Unist’ot’en Protesters Await RCMP
[Net NewsLedger – Thunder Bay] January 7, 2019

Vancouver among 30 cities with rallies planned in support of Unist’ot’en Camp and Wet’suwet’en people
Travis Lupick [The Georgia Straight] January 7, 2019


JANUARY 6, 2019

Activists call RCMP’s plan to remove Indigenous blockade of B.C. pipeline an ‘act of war’ Wendy Stueck [The Globe & Mail] January 6, 2019

B.C. Indigenous group anticipating RCMP action at anti-LNG pipeline camp Amy Smart, The Canadian Press [CFJC Today Kamloops] January 6, 2019

B.C. Indigenous group anticipating RCMP action at anti-LNG pipeline camp protest Amy Smart [National Post] January 6, 2019

Indigenous group raises alarm over potential RCMP raid in northern B.C. Hilary Beaumont [VICE] January 6, 2019

UPDATE: RCMP allay fears of ‘full-scale’ action at northern BC anti-pipeline camp
Katya Slepian [Sicamous Eagle Valley News] January 6, 2019

RCMP enforce pipeline injunction Chris Gareau [Houston Today] January 6, 2019

RCMP moving in on anti-pipeline camps in Northern B.C.; UBCIC condemns ‘intimidation, harassment’ Denise Wong and Lauren Boothby
[CityNews Vancouver] January 6, 2019


JUNE 2019

Special Report: Part 1: The Stronghold
Tony Manno [Yes Magazine] June 13, 2019




On the Wedzin Kwa
Rob Budde [Northwood Magazine] Winter 2018-19




Listening Remembering – Winter at Unist’ot’en 2016-2017
(VIDEO) [Unist’ot’en] April 2017


Resisting pipelines from Standing Rock to Bagua
Manuela Picq [Intercontinental Cry] October 3, 2016

A History and Future of Resistance
Julian Brave Noisecat and Anne Spice [Jacobin Magazine] September 8, 2016

News not fit to print: strikes and protests
Max Grear [The Daily Princetonian] September 20, 2016

Studying sea, learning land and leadership
Anne MacLaurin [University of Victoria] February 3, 2016

Indigenous camp grows as resistance to oil and gas pipelines in B.C. remains strong
Carlito Pablo [Georgia Straight] March 24, 2016

The evolution of a resistance movement
Catherine Matheson [Interior News] July 21, 2016

APTN Investigates: Defiance
Rob Smith [APTN] February 5, 2016




RESIST: The Unist’ot’en’s Call To The Land 
(VIDEO) [Simple Matters Films] April 29, 2015

Why are the RCMP so afraid of enviro activists?
Sakura Saunders [NOW Magazine] February 20, 2015

Kanesatake grand chief hopes to build opposition, raise cash for Energy East pipeline fight
Laura Pedersen [National Post] November 17, 2015

Living on Stolen Land
Adam Lewis [Alternatives Journal] December 2015

Thank you, Stephen Harper. Sincerely, Indigenous women
Elizabeth McSheffrey [National Observer] October 15, 2015

Land-based Resistance at the Unist’ot’en Camp
Brett Rhyno [Briarpatch Magazine] August 14, 2015

What you need to know about the Unist’ot’en-pipeline standoff
Elizabeth McSheffrey [Vancouver Observer] August 31, 2015

In British Columbia, indigenous group blocks pipeline development Michael Toledano [Al Jazeera America] August 20, 2015

VICE Canada Reports: No Pipelines
[VICE Canada] May 25, 2015

Part 1: On the Front Lines in Wet’suwet’en Territory
Ann Chen [National Geographic] July 25, 2015

Spending time in a controversial camp that’s blocking tar-sands pipelines
Sam Bliss [Grist] August 21, 2015

Reflections on the power of the Unist’ot’en Camp
Rita Wong [Rabble] July 24, 2015

Indigenous Canadians Resist Pipeline Developers And Oil Companies Since 2009
Kit O’Connell [Mint Press News] August 6, 2015 

Downtown Eastside residents march in solidarity with Unist’ot’en Camp
[The Mainlander] August 19, 2015

Unist’ot’en Camp
(VIDEO) [Unsettling America: Decolonization in Theory & Practice]

2014 and earlier


2014 and earlier

The Wars At Home: What State Surveillance of an Indigenous Rights Campaigner Tells Us About Real Risk in Canada
Shiri Pasternak [DeSmog Blog] November 2, 2014

Drawing a Line in the Tar Sands
[Socialist Register] November 20, 2014. Adapted from
A Line in the Tar Sands: Struggles for Environmental Justice, edited by Toban Black, Stephen D’Arcy, Tony Weis, and Joshua Kahn Russell (Between the Lines, 2014).

Earth at Risk: Reflections
Vincent Emanuele [TeleSur] December 10, 2014

On the Line
Nat Gray [Pacific Rim Magazine] 2014

Unist’ot’en Camp Resistance
Cheryl McKenzie [APTN] March 13, 2014


Indigenous Community Evicts TransCanada Fracking Pipeline Crew From Its Territories
Michael Toledano [VICE News] July 26, 2014

Northern Gateway: A pipeline battle that’s only just begun
Kelly Cryderman and Brent Jang [The Globe & Mail] May 31, 2014

Unist’ot’en brace for summer attack from Chevron
[Two Row Times] July 9, 2014 

It begins with the land
Simon Nattrass [Focus Online] September 2013

BC Pacific Trails Pipeline Roadblock: First Nations Boot Gas Line Surveyors
The Canadian Press [Huffington Post Canada] November 21, 2012

Unist’ot’en leadership takes to the streets to assert their rights and stop the Enbridge pipeline
Sheila Muxlow [Vancouver Media Co-op] July 19, 2010












Older news archives:

Here is a sample of media coverage the Unist’ot’en Camp has received over the years.

Follow the links on this page to read the full articles.

Feature Articles:

RESIST: The Unist’ot’en’s Call To The Land (SIMPLE MATTERS FILMS) 
Documentary 2015 

Listening Remembering – Winter at Unist’ot’en 2016-2017
Documentary  (Trapping)

YES! Magazine Special Report

Vancouver Observer

Interior News

Al Jazeera America


Huffington Post

National Geographic 

Georgia Strait





Mint Press News

The Mainlander

The Globe and Mail

Two Row Times

Vancouver Media Coop

Redwire Magazine

Unsettling America

The Planet Magazine

Pacific Rim Magazine

Briar Patch Magazine

Northword Magazine


News mentions:

NOW Toronto

Intercontinental Cry

Jacobin Magazine

Daily Princetonian

National Post

Alternatives Journal

The Ring – University of Victoria

The National Observer

DeSmog Blog

Socialist Project


Muskrat Magazine

Permaculture Magazine

Focus Online

Island Tides