‘We could never move forward on our own, it must be all of us together,’ said hereditary Chief Namoks
The Delgamuukw decision
The conflict between the Wet’suwet’en Nation, the government and Coastal Gaslink didn’t happen overnight. They’ve been fighting for ownership of their language, culture and land since the day colonizers stepped foot on their territory.
APTN News is produced three stories that help fill in the gaps of how we got to where we are today.
While the construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline is underway, Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs have embarked…
Tuesday’s meeting between Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and Six Nations Confederacy chiefs kicked off an 18-day…
Federal watchdog received nearly 500 complaints from unit’s areas of operation in B.C., but only 5 led to discipline
Gold commander responds to APTN’s Behind the Thin Blue Line investigation in feature-length interview
Multiple Nations call on Canada to stop the construction of pipelines.
RCMP group planned to raid activist camp even though pipeline workers had gone home for the holidays, internal documents show.
‘Certain Mohawk individuals are known to use protest opportunities to leverage support online, and in the mainstream media,’ briefing document says
Wet’suwet’en chief says policing is ‘industry driven’ as documents show raid was rubber stamped by government
Internal records show RCMP requested more police officers for raid while B.C. was hit with historic flooding