Map of Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Actions

The following is a map of solidarity actions taken to support the Wet’suwet’en people following the RCMP invasion of their lands.

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  1. Gene says:

    Labrador Land Protectors had a well-attended event in freezing temperatures in St. John’s. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/wet-suwet-en-protests-st-johns-1.5465586

    It was the second event, the first was earlier in the week. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/pipeline-protest-wetsuweten-st-johns-1.5458333

    The map (at this point) only shows the Corner Brook event, on Newfoundland’s west coast. Peace and love.

  2. Jessica says:

    In Montreal : solidarity march on Friday February 21 : https://m.facebook.com/events/2541979076059224

  3. Kat says:

    There was a solidarity march in Inuvik, NWT on Friday, February 14th! See the Climate Action Inuvik facebook page for more info

  4. Shuanie Gill says:

    Hi would you add Pekuakamiutnuatsh First Nation on Mashteuiatsh (PQ) in this map please?
    We are mobilized and will manifest this sarurday feb 22. Thanks!

  5. Janet L. Berry says:

    Good morning! Thank you and I am proud of you. Add Scranton, PA to the map. Fighting the Constitution pipeline been going on for almost 8 years. This week- Constitution Pipeline company-Williams Cabot- stated they are giving up on the line– the resistence has delayed project for three years- their loss to the tune of 340 million dollars and they are abondoning the project.Energy transfer stock dropped a few points that day. City government near Pittsburgh has stepped in to halt dumping of fracking material at the dump- yesterday. East Penn Pipeline– lancaster county to anf-d through chester and Delaware county- halted due to safety concerns.

  6. Dayna BellaCoola says:

    Bella Coola, “BC” had 2 rallies and marches and blocked an intersection, plus a group of youth camped out with a sacred fire and maintained an info picket for 3 days

  7. Jim KABLE says:

    Having driven through/close to this territory as near as I can tell with my wife some six-and-a-half years ago – via Prince George through Chetwynd, Dawson Creek and on up through the Yukon to Alaska – visiting significant Canada/BC First Nations cultural centres en route – in May 2015 – and keeping in mind that I am in support of Australian First Nations people in Central Queensland – the Wangan and Jagalingou poeoples similarly fighting destruction of their own sacred water ways against the corrupt Indian coal mining company of ADANI (it has clearly (allegdely) shovelled money to both the State Government (so-called Labor Party) as well as the Federal conservative COALition so-called LiberalNational Pary – I want to state that from here in Australia the dreadful scenes as I have watched from Amy Goodman’s “Democracy Now” report shock and horrify. Rule of Law – says Trudeau – clearly being grasped in his nether regions by the pipeline principals – means whatever he says it means – but is neither just nor fair and honest. I have reposted matters to various sites! Courage is not missing from the Wet’Suwet”En people – sincere best wishes from Australia.

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