Chiefs, governments to sign rights understanding after BC pipeline protests
Memorandum doesn’t address Wet’suwet’en opposition to the pipeline, part of a $40-billion LNG export terminal project in Kitimat.
Wet’suwet’en deal recognizes rights, title; sets stage for ongoing talks
Does not address opposition to the natural gas pipeline being built through their territory by Coastal Gaslink.
Wet’suwet’en pact with Ottawa and BC disputed by elected chiefs
They don’t support the proposed MOU on rights and title, hereditary chiefs have signed on.
More confrontations without Indigenous consent for pipelines
Negotiator warns Trans Mountain expansion could run into opposition if it proceeds against the wishes of some communities it passes through.
Meeting back on with federal, BC governments: Wet’suwet’en chief
Nationwide rail and road blockades support Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs who oppose a natural gas pipeline project cutting across their territory.
Trudeau urges peaceful end to blockades of rail traffic
Scheer says Teck scuttling of oil sands project the result of Trudeau’s doing nothing to end the disruptions for almost three weeks.
Railways under stress as anti pipeline blockades continue
CN Railway warns it will have to close “significant” parts of its network unless blockades on its rail lines are removed.
Pipeline protesters expect long term change as awareness grows
Traffic blocked, nearly 60 people were arrested for obstructing busy ports in Vancouver and in nearby Delta.
New talks planned over disputed gas pipeline in northern BC
Wet’suwet’en say they have agreed to the discussions in an effort to de-escalate the dispute over the Coastal GasLink pipeline.
BC LNG pipeline project to resume work despite opposition
Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs advised the company tit was “trespassing” on unceded territory and demanded they vacate.
BC chief says they didn’t give up rights for pipeline to be built [UPDATED]
Contends agreements signed by pipeline builder Coastal GasLink are illegitimate.