In a strongly worded letter, Indigenous activists fighting against the pipeline construction across Wet’suwet’en lands in Canada have highlighted the violation of their rights
In the face of another crackdown by the RCMP, anti-pipeline Wet’suwet’en protesters have retreated from Coyote Camp
Anti-pipeline Indigenous activists, resisting the contentious Coastal GasLink pipeline in Wet’suwet’en have retaken a checkpoint in Coyote Camp, a month after violent crackdown by federal police forces
Police cracked down on a blockade by members of the Wet’suwet’en tribe and arrested over a dozen people but failed to end the blockade of the drill site. The tribe has been resisting work on TC Energy’s Coastal GasLink (CGL) pipeline
Members of the Indigenous community have argued that the drillsite of the Coastal GasLink pipeline is at the headwaters of the Wedzin Kwa river, a chief supply of drinking water flowing through the Wet’suwet’en lands
Protests have erupted across Canada in support of the Wet’suwet’en people who are fighting for their rights.