Tomorrow morning, verdicts from the cases against Kinder Morgan at the Federal Court of Appeal will be released. Watch for the livestream on our Facebook page at around 9:30 am PST.

Last week, we partnered with Protect the Inlet to bring you the week of action to stop the Kinder Morgan buyout. Watch Chief Judy Wilson at Tuesday’s event. 

Tomorrow we’ll know the results of the legal challenges seeking to quash the NEB’s approval of the project based on lack of consultation with affected Nations. Read our blog post about the possible outcomes.

The decision will be released publicly at 7:30 am and the press conference starts at 9:30 am.

First Nations land defenders and water protectors along the pipeline route are engaged in front line resistance to the project. In Secwepemc territory, which comprises more than half the total pipeline route, the Tiny House Warriors are building structures along the construction path. In Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish, and Musqueam territories, Coast Salish leaders built Kwekwecnewtxw – a traditional Watch House beside Kinder Morgan’s construction site to organize resistance to the pipeline and tanker project.

Opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project includes the province of British Columbia, the state of Washington, the cities of Burnaby, Victoria, Vancouver and 19 other municipalities, more than 350,000 petition signers, and 25,000 Coast Protectors just like you who have vowed to do “whatever it takes” to stop the pipeline.

Courage, friends. Whatever happens, our opposition is strong and powerful and we will stop this pipeline.

With fierce resolve and love,
Sarah and the Coast Protectors team


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