(Reuters) - An indigenous group that opposes construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline in British Columbia will refuse workers access to their land, but in peaceful fashion, according to one of its
The RCMP has denied using drone and flyover surveillance at Wet’suwet’en First Nation sites in response to fears that increasing police presence in the area could lead to an armed raid. “We are not using
In the Canadian Venn diagram of Indigenous reconciliation, resource development and climate change, British Columbia’s Coastal GasLink pipeline lands smack in the hot centre of three political issues.
Shiri Pasternak is a professor of criminology at Ryerson University and the research director of the Yellowhead Institute. Over the coming weeks, two stories will be told repeatedly about the police raids
Western Canada: Affidavit sheds light on last year’s Coastal GasLink protest as this year’s standoff intensifies
The standoff over the Coastal GasLink pipeline this past week has been a tense sequel to the events of last year, when 14 people were arrested and the RCMP’s handling of Indigenous protesters was condemned