Supporters of Wet’suwet’en water protectors respond to 7 January attack by RCMP

“Divide and rule them” seems more central to Canada’s relationship with Indigenous Peoples than ever in northern British Colombia. TransCanada (TC) Energy Corporation touts twenty agreements with Indian Act Band Councils on Wet’suwet’en territory, but last week demonstrated that it is prepared to use force to override the anti-pipeline position taken by Hereditary Chiefs.

Niagara community affirms Indigenous sovereignty as Trudeau speaks at Brock University

As part of a series of public actions opposed to the Canadian invasion of sovereign Indigenous nations and in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Nation, Niagara regional community members, including members of Christian Peacemaker Teams, and the Six Nations Men’s Fire blocked an entrance to Brock University where the Prime Minister was speaking. The recent RCMP raids against the Unist’ot’en Camp, enforcing a court injunction to clear the way for construction of the Coastal Gaslink pipeline, have drawn outrage and condemnation across Turtle Island. 

Prayers for Peacemakers 22 August 2018 Indigenous Peoples Solidarity

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Working together to build a powwow drum at Mamawe Ota Ashihk camp