Line 3 is the single largest project in Enbridge’s history—with the cancellation of Energy East and uncertain financial backing of Kinder Morgan and Keystone XL, Line 3 is a fight that will cripple the industry while changing the narrative of Indigenous peoples within mainstream society.Continue reading Stop Line 3! Posters
Call out by Life without Line 3.Continue reading From the headwaters of the #Mississippi River, a call reverberates across Turtle Island: #StopLine3!
Park Rapids, Minnesota: This morning, water protectors supported by Ginew Collective, Northfield Against Line 3, and others, halted work at an active construction site on the proposed Line 3 route. Three water protectors locked themselves to logging equipment while over a dozen concerned citizens rallied in support.Continue reading Park Rapids, #Minnesota: Water Protectors Lock Down to #StopLine3 Construction, as Enbridge Seeks Water Crossing Permits
On the 15th of Nov. Anti-colonial Land Defense and Anonymous worked together in the continued struggle against Enbridge and the proposed Line 3 to send the message that Enbridge “stay out of so-called Minnesota with new line 3 and cease all work”!
In the early morning, on Thursday, November 22nd, 2018, a tipistola was erected on the entrance to the John A. Blatnik bridge in Superior, Wisconsin.
Minnesota: On the early, crisp morning of Indigenous People’s Day, October 8th, 2018, a collective of Indigenous & non- indigenous Water Protectors & Land Defenders took action against Enbridge Line 3 by order of some strong Ojibwe grandmother matriarchs.
Minneapolis, MN- On Thursday Morning, October 4, water protectors erected a tripod and tipi in front of the Wells Fargo building in protest of an upcoming $1.48 billion dollar credit renewal to Canadian-based Enbridge, Inc. Enbridge is behind Line 3, a nearly 1M barrel per day tar sands pipeline it wants to send through Anishinaabe treaty territories, the Mississippi River headwaters, wetlands, and the Great Lakes.