Things are heating up in the north!

Facebook’s retaliation against organizers of actions targeting KKR’s financing of CGL shows the pressure is working! Join and share the online action this Monday.

As CGL approaches drilling near the Wedzin Kwa the Gidimt’en have built a new smokehouse on the river.

Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs are taking CGL to court NEXT WEEK over their failure to implement their own environmental protocols. Sign and share the pledge to let them know you’re still standing with them.

Wet’suwet’en stand in Solidarity with Mi’kmaq & Haudenosaunee in Fight for Inherent Rights.

Action Callout from Rising Tide North America:

“We need all eyes on the Wet’suwet’en frontlines right now. Coastal GasLink construction is ongoing despite lack of consent from Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs. We have been organizing against the big finance behind the pipeline, a major private equity company called KKR. This week, Facebook did a mass targeted ban of the administrators of all of our online event to #ShutDownKKR event page moderators and editors, silencing our social media preventing this important organizing.

We know that when we challenge corporate power the colonial capitalsit class will push back. But we won’t be silenced. We made international news challenging the ban – and have since had the accounts restored – but more importantly we have renewed desire to fight the corporate elites that silence organizers, and feel even more energy to take on KKR. KKR executives have not responded to the over 230k emails they recieved demanding they stop funding Coastal GasLink. On Monday, we will keep fighting to #ShutDownKKR.

On Monday, September 30th, we’ll be flooding KKR’s inbox, phone lines, and twitter feeds with messages telling them – respect the rights of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and drop the risky Coastal GasLink pipeline immediately! KKR is currently one of the pipelines biggest financiers.

Will you take one minute right now and save the online date of action — Monday, September 28th – to #ShutDownKKR in your calendar? Then share the event with this graphic on social media?


Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs are back in court NEXT WEEK for Judicial Review of the Coastal GasLink project. Now is the time to push back against this dangerous project. Pledge your support to Wet’suwet’en leaders: SIGN AND SHARE the Declaration and let Indigenous land defenders know that we stand with them, and together We Are Unfrackable.


When Wet’suwet’en land defenders discovered the company had despoiled wetlands in the path of their fracked gas pipeline, they sounded the alarm.

Once alerted, the BC Environmental Assessment Office (BCEAO) investigated the full pipeline length and found that Coastal Gas Link had failed to implement their own protection plan — not only in those instances uncovered by Wet’suwet’en, but at every single ecologically important wetland along the pipeline route.

From building unpermitted roads and workcamps, and despoiling protected wetlands, the violations are in clear contravention of BC’s environmental regulations as well as the company’s own policies.

It’s another case of Indigenous Peoples having to enforce their rights – and hold companies operating in their territory accountable – using their own resources. It’s also an indicator of why many Indigenous Peoples lack trust in environmental protection processes.

Sign and share with the link in bio! Pledges will be delivered to:

Chief Knedebeas (Warner William)
Chief Samooh (Herb Naziel) Hereditary Chief
Chief Wah tah K’eght (Henry Alfred) Hereditary Chief
Chief Hagwilnegh (Ron Mitchell) Hereditary Chief
Chief Madeek (Jeff Brown)
Chief Kloum Khun (Alphonse Gagnon) Hereditary Chief
Chief Namoks (John Ridsdale)

#WetsuwetenStrong #WeAreUnfrackable

Gidimt’en Reoccupy Wedzin Kwa River

Coastal Gaslink is preparing to drill beneath the Wedzin Kwa river, forcing a four foot wide pipeline beneath the headwaters of Wet’suwet’en territory.

The river nourishes all of our territories and flows into the ocean. It is critical habitat for our salmon and medicine. It feeds our communities and is central to Wet’suwet’en identity and survival.

This area is one of the last places where Gidimt’en people can literally walk in our ancestor’s footsteps – it is full of our trails and signs of our use. As we are criminalized by the RCMP and private security that trespass on our lands, our safety, sustenance, and survival as Wet’suwet’en people is threatened.

We will continue to hunt and feed ourselves from these lands that have always belonged to our people. In this video, Dini’ze Woos introduces our smokehouse on Wedzin Kwa, which we will use and protect for many years to come.

For more info and ways you can support, visit
#Wedzinkwa #Wetsuwetenstrong

Solidarity with Mi’kmaq & Haudenosaunee in Fight for Inherent Rights!

Listnen to these powerful solidarity statements with the ongoing struggles in Mi’kmaq and Haudenosaunee territories.

#Repost @sovereignlikhtsamisyu
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We stand with our Mi’kmaq and Haudenosaunee relations. The Mi’kmaq have every right to assert their inherent rights to provide for themselves. The Haudenosaunee have inherent rights to decision making on their lands.

We talked about the colonial capitalist system, with some of our friends from some Nations out in the West, and the ways in which it takes from our people.

Our inherent rights precede colonial law by thousands of years. The limitations and infringements of those rights, is nothing short of fulfilling one of the steps of genocide.

Stage 3 of 10, of the steps of genocide is: “Discrimination: Law or cultural power excludes groups from full civil rights: segregation or apartheid laws, denial of voting rights”.

Indigenous peoples have been faced with the denial of our inherent rights. This is *supposed to be* protected under Section 35 of the “canadian” Constitution. We shouldn’t have to continually fight for them, solely because our inherent rights feel like an inconvenience to others.

We all face the same fights – the fight to assert our inherent rights, and to remind the colonial government that our nations are still strong. Our people are resilient. We know that our friends and relatives out East will have the strength of the ancestors, and the support of many Nations, with them ✊🏽❤️

Tsebeysa (@lillian_wilson1974 ) – Likht’samisyu, @deleethequeenb – Gidimt’en, @takaiya.blaney – Tla’amin , @kolinsutherlandwilson – Gitxsan, XʷisXʷčaa (@katigeorgejim.auntie ) – tSouke

#IndigenousSolidarity #WeAreStillHere #Mikmaq #1752 #Haudenosaunee #Mohawk #1492LandBackLane #Wetsuweten #NoCGL #WetsuwetenStrong #Solidarity

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