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Emma McIntosh Mar 9
THREAD: You may have missed this because it came out during RCMP raids on territory, but the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs filed a court challenge on last month. I pulled the file, here's what I found.
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Dogwood Mar 25
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Tom Fletcher May 14
Socially distanced protest from some hereditary chiefs you won't see on TV
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Canadian Energy Centre Mar 3
“Employment on allows fathers to be fathers and mothers to be mothers in providing for their children without having to be dependent on a system.” Read what Witset FN member Bonnie George says about the importance of jobs for her people:
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Cherise Seucharan Feb 26
I followed the money to find out how the board that manages RCMP pensions are invested in the owner of the Coastal Gaslink pipeline. Some say its a conflict of interest in light of the protests via
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QuickDickMcDick Apr 5
CANADA needs this attitude. Imagine a country that looked ENTIRELY after itself, then exported foods/goods/resources to the world at FAIR market prices We have the people and resources, we just need a Federal Government
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🇨🇦 Rally 4 Resources 🇨🇦 May 12
Are you surprised by the shady tactics between this Liberal Minister & the anti- pipeline hereditary chiefs? "The document said the Wet'suwet'en need to clarify their governance structure, systems and laws through a ratification process including all (thread 1/2)
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Climate Watcher Masked Apr 14
Trans Mountain delays pipeline construction through Kamloops due to pandemic confirmed its pipeline expansion construction schedule within Kamloops has been pushed back.
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CommonsBC Apr 3
"Why are we surprised the BC NDP is forcing thousands back to work in unsafe man camps for Big Oil?"
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Rick Peterson Mar 4
Justin Trudeau’s approval rating is down TEN points because of his ongoing failure and terrible leadership during the blockades. 📉📉📉 Canadians have had enough of this Prime Minister: it’s time for BOLD leadership.
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Emma McIntosh Mar 10
TC Energy, the company behind in B.C. has been accused of running roughshod over Indigenous rights in its Mexico projects.
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chloe “skyrim is for the elves” Mar 14
Hey you can leave a 1-star review of this company that’s buying pipeline with AIMCO.
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NWT Chapter – CoC Mar 2
"You’ve picked your Indians and the current outrage across the country is justified."
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PVEA Mar 28
"Open letter to Dr. Bonnie Henry from a doctor in Northern BC: Give northerners locations, shut down work camps"
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Emma McIntosh Mar 3
The hereditary chiefs' draft deal with the BC/fed governments does: - attempt to resolve Wet'suwet'en land rights/title - need to be approved by community before it's final It does not: - stop the blockades - address + RCMP
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🇨🇦 Rally 4 Resources 🇨🇦 Mar 26
We stand with the majority of ! 🇨🇦🙌🇨🇦🙌🇨🇦 Share if you do too!
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Amanda Follett Hosgood Mar 31
Despite a recent announcement it would scale back its workforce for spring breakup, business appears to be booming along the pipeline route. My latest for .
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LNG Canada Mar 11
“The spinoffs [from LNG] are huge. It has a massive trickle-down effect.” Fred Wilson, owner of Northwest Truck Rentals in ; contractor
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National Observer Mar 9
has broken provincial rules more than 50 times, provincial records show. Should B.C. have allowed controversial pipeline project to continue?
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Amy MacPherson Mar 5
My latest This is the crucial info you've been waiting for, that even First Nations & govt should see before ratifying a draft agreement RE cc
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