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Announcing Creeker, A Zine About The Fairy Creek Blockade

Announcing a new publication Creeker, about the ongoing struggle at Fairy Creek on so-called Vancouver Island.

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Love and Rage in the Rainforest

A year of continuous blockades against logging, on the invitation of hereditary chief Victor Peter and elder Bill Jones. Three months of police invasion (aka “injunction enforcement” for logging company Teal Jones). 650+ arrests and counting. Thousands of participants, visitors, supporters… numerous solidarity actions near and far, and logging blockades underway in various other locations across this colonial province: british. columbia.

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Gate locked as RCMP attacks logging blockades on Vancouver Island

So-called British Columbia. So-called Canada. On May 17 2021, the same day RCMP scum began enforcing Teal Jones Group’s court injunction against longterm logging blockades in Pacheedaht and Ditidaht territory, we locked TJG’s gate on Grierson Main road.

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So-called British Columbia: Five months of direct action disrupt old growth logging on so-called Vancouver Island

So-called BC (so-called Canada). January 10, 2021, Unceded Pacheedaht Territory:

The San Juan River, flowing into the Pacific Ocean on the southwest coast of Vancouver Island, feels different than most island rivers. This majestic coastal river ecosystem is of a scale one is more accustomed to seeing on the mainland. The meandering braids of the broad estuarine area it shares with the smaller Gordon River, sometimes cloaked in mist that hides the mountains of the surrounding valleys, are home to everything from salmon and steelhead to giant green sturgeon. The area around the watershed is also home to the biggest trees still standing in so-called Canada, such as the Cheewhat Cedar, San Juan Spruce and Red Creek Fir.

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