Pacific Trails Pipeline Workers Warned of Trespass on Wet'suwet'en Land
There is a brave and long struggle going on in Wet’suwet’en territory in northern BC where First Nations are stopping pipeline workers from proceeding with the Pacific Trails Pipeline. Here is the website: http://unistotencamp.wordpress.com/
"From the beautiful unceded Unis’tot’en Yintah (Territory):
"On the evening of November 20th, 2012, Wet’suwet’en Chief Toghestiy intercepted and issued an eagle feather to surveyors from the Can-Am Geomatics company who were working for Apache’s proposed Pacific Trails Pipeline (PTP). In Wet’suwet’en law, an eagle feather is used as a first and only notice of trespass. The surveyors and all other people associated with PTP were ordered to leave the territory and told that they are not ever allowed to return to Unis’tot’en land. As a result of the unsanctioned PTP work in the Unist’ot’en yintah, the road leading into the territory has been closed to all industry activities until further notice...."