100 Tribes come unite against pipeline near Standing Rock in North Dakota

100 Tribes unite at Standing Stone to stop pipeline.

Dennis Ward
APTN National News
More than 100 tribes have come together near Standing Rock in North Dakota.

They’re uniting at the Sacred Stone camp to try and stop construction of the Dakota Access pipeline project.

It will carry oil through four states including North Dakota.

Right in the middle of the Sacred Stone camp is a council lodge‎ that has a lot of people talking.


Host, Producer / Winnipeg

Dennis is Metis from southern Manitoba. After spending a decade working in TV in Alberta and Ontario, Dennis returned to Manitoba to join APTN’s Winnipeg bureau as reporter/correspondent in September 2014. In 2016, he won a Canadian Association of Journalists award for his story A Soldier Scorned for APTN Investigates. In 2017, he became a host/producer for APTN National News and Face to Face. In 2020, Dennis and co host Melissa Ridgen were nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best News Anchor, National.