In the 1990s the Nuxalk Nation engaged in a campaign of direct action to stop logging in the Great Bear Rainforest, before their struggle was hijacked and betrayed by NGOs like Greenpeace.
First Nations women and supporters sent a clear message to TransCanada this Wednesday evening that the Energy East pipeline is not welcome through First Nations lands.
Indigenous land defenders blocking energy company Petronas from building a liquified natural gas (LNG) terminal on Lelu Island.
TransCanada workers kicked off Unist’ot’en land, where the company is seeking to build several pipelines for tar sands oil and fracked gas.
Chevron executives try to gain access to Unist’ot’en territories by giving a gift of bottled water and industrial tobacco.
On July 15th 2015, officers of the royal canadian mounted police (rcmp) tried to enter Unist’ot’en territory.
Excerpt from “Street Politics 101” that retells the story of MayDay 2012 during the raucous student strike of that year.