Territory of the Erie, Neutral, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Mississaugas
After an astounding 20 months, the remaining four of us facing charges in Hamilton, ON for a rail blockade in solidarity with Tyendinaga and the Wet’suwet’en in 2020 have finally settled our charges with a non-cooperating plea.
Continue reading Update on Hamilton Rail Charges [Ontario]
Wuppertal. Germany. A first reaction after the ruling of the administrative court. The Osterholz forest and occupation is under threat of eviction and uprooting.
Continue reading Alerta! #CodeOrange in the Osterholz forest! [Wuppertal, Germany]
LIHT’SAMISYU TERRITORY – On October 17th, Lihkt’samisyu Chiefs Dsta’hyl and Tsebesa took action as Coastal Gaslink workers continued to trespass on Wet’suwet’en territory in violation of Wet’suwet’en laws and Canada’s own constitution. The Chiefs instructed Coastal Gaslink to remove all equipment from Lihkts’amisyu territory immediately, indicating that otherwise it would be decommissioned and seized by the Likht’samisyu Clan in accordance with its laws.
Image above: Chief Dsta’hyl seizing the CGL equipment on Oct. 17 2021.
Continue reading Video: Wet’suwet’en Chief Dsta’hyl deactivates Coastal Gaslink Excavator; orders CGL out
Kingston. Ontario. In response to the call for a week of solidarity actions to defend Wedzin Kwa, about 75 people gathered in Kingston, Ontario on Thursday October 13 for a Wet’suwet’en solidarity rally and march with banners, music and chants.
Continue reading Wet’suwet’en Solidarity March in Kingston, ON
A letter about the impact of the repression on the struggle against Line 3.
Continue reading A Letter To The Water Protectors
Montreal. Quebec. More than 50 people blockaded five parallel rail lines outside a CN rail yard in Point Saint Charles, Montreal for more than an hour and a half this Saturday, October 9th. We were there to support the Wet’suwet’en fight to defend their territory against the Coastal GasLink pipeline. There were two banners, one saying “#AllOutForWedzinKwa 1312” and the other “All Out For Wet’suwet’en #ShutDownCanada”. Multiple trains were stopped and some rerouted, and some still seemed be sitting idle on the tracks for at least an hour after the blockade ended. Maybe because of a backlog, or an inspection of the tracks.
Continue reading Rail Lines Blockaded in Solidarity with Gidimt’en Week of Action [Montreal]
Kingston. Ontario. On the morning of October 6th we dropped a banner beside the 401, partially covering up a sign celebrating the colonial legacy of John A Macdonald and the city of Kingston.
Continue reading Kingston: Defend Wedzin Kwa – Banner Drop [Ontario]
So-called Canada. Cas Yikh of the Gidimt’en Clan are counting on supporters to go ALL OUT in a mobilization for the biggest battle yet to protect our sacred headwaters, Wedzin Kwa. We have remained steadfast in our fight for self-determination, and we are still unceded, undefeated, sovereign and victorious.
Continue reading #AllOutForWedzinKwa: Call For A Week Of Action October 9th-15th
Montreal. QC. In the early morning of September 30th, the first ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, we dropped a banner in solidarity with the Gidimt’en Camp. Our banner read “Shut Down Canada ’21 #CGLOffTheYintah”.
Continue reading Banner Drop in Solidarity with Gidimt’en [Montreal]