Unist’ot’en Camp stands firmly in the path of Enbridge’s Northern Gateway.


The federal government’s approval of Enbridge’s Northern Gateway is an invitation to conflict—a test of Canada’s will to inflict violence upon the environment and indigenous peoples who have, throughout much of the project’s proposed route, never surrendered their lands.

'This isn’t just a fight about pipelines. This is a fight about indigenous sovereignty, our sovereignty,' said Toghestiy.”

Read the article on VICE.com


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