TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE

Many First Nations communities, leaders, and allies continue to resist this pipeline expansion imposed by colonial forces. We need a just transition away from fossil fuels that restores Indigenous power, regenerates the environment, and supports local communities. Join the resistance.

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TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE

Many First Nations communities, leaders, and allies continue to resist this pipeline expansion imposed by colonial forces. We need a just transition away from fossil fuels that restores Indigenous power, regenerates the environment, and supports local communities. Join the resistance.

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Awareness


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Will George @willgeorge36

Will George

Swaysən (Will George) is a member of Tsleil-Waututh Nation. He has led various movements and actions to stop construction of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion in his territories. The Salish Sea, home to his people for thousands of years, is facing the collapse of Orca, salmon and spirit due to mass industrialization and resource extraction. Swaysən urges us all to live with nəc̓əmat tə šxwqweləwən ct (one heart, one mind), to reconnect with each other and our planet, and to protect all life now and into the future.

Tsleil-Waututh Nation @twn_sacred_trust

Tsleil-Waututh Nation Sacred Trust

The Sacred Trust is mandated to oppose and stop the Trans Mountain pipeline project.
Kwekwecnewtxw @protecttheinlet

Kwekwecnewtxw – Coast Salish Watch House

Kwekwexnewtxw “A place to watch from” – this traditional Watch House structure was erected by Coast Salish elders and members to watch for enemies/protect communities from danger.
Tiny House Warriors @tinyhousewarriors

Tiny House Warriors

The Tiny House Warriors are part of a mission to stop the Trans Mountain pipeline from crossing unceded Secwepemc Territory. They are building many tiny houses and placing them strategically along the Trans Mountain Pipeline route. By building these Tiny Houses, they are asserting their collective Secwepemc responsibility and jurisdiction to their lands and waters.
Each tiny house will provide housing to Secwepemc families facing a housing crisis due to deliberate colonial impoverishment. Each home will eventually be installed with off-the-grid solar power. The Tiny House Warrior movement will be the start of re-establishing village sites and asserting Secwepemc authority over their unceded Territories.

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At-home actions


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Coextinction and any associated persons hold no legal responsibility for your decision to organize or otherwise participate in any legal or illegal actions, nor for any consequences of your organizing or participation. You organize and participate completely at your own risk and responsibility.

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Here are toolkits that can support you organizing and making impact.

If you are not Indigenous, be sure you act as an ally to, accomplice with, and co-resistor alongside Indigenous peoples in any action you organize, and center Indigenous needs, desires, and perspectives. Here are three helpful resources you should read from Dakota Swiftwolfe and the Montreal Indigenous Community Network, Morgan Tsetta, and Amélie Lamont.