I can’t believe it has been 4 years already! Please share this widely. The more people show up to support the Wet’suwe’ten First Nation the better it will be for everyone the full length of the proposed pipeline, and the safer the elders, children and everyone who lives there will be as well! There are new, better, cleaner and much cheaper forms of energy currently in development so the longer we can delay and the more expensive we can make this damn pipeline, the more likely it is to simply become “economically unfeasible” at some point in the next few years. The Tar sands already cost more in energy to get than they produce-the more it costs to get them to the refineries the easier it will be to make the whole thing shut down for good.
The date for the Action Camp is set!!! Get a pen and paper (or smart phone) JULY 10, 2013 until JULY 14th, 2013. You will not want to miss out on this year’s camp as we are expecting much much much more people than ever!!! Please go to the Victoria Forest Action Network site
to register to attend this year’s camp. We are working on getting all of the most amazing people here this year and are already developing more progressive workshops that will make you want to do everything we are doing to create a just world that our children will be proud of.
Members of the Wet’suwe’ten First Nation are turning away pipeline workers and surveyors trying to start work on the pipelines. The intruders have been warned about trespassing on unceded land. The Unis’tot’en people are supported by their neighbours in the Likhts’amisyu Clan, the Gidem’ten…
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