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PROTESTING PROPOSED PIPELINES

Katrina O’Neil (right), joins a small group of women on Tuesday, Nov. 27, outside the downtown library to raise awareness of First Nations’ opposition to not only Endbridge and Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline proposals, but also to the lesser-known Pacific Trails Pipeline. The Unist’ot’en  clan of the Wet’suwet’en Nation is against all pipelines slated to cross their territories, which includes a number of pipeline projects. For more  information, go online to http://unistotencamp.wordpress.com.  - DAVE EAGLES PHOTO/KTW
Katrina O’Neil (right), joins a small group of women on Tuesday, Nov. 27, outside the downtown library to raise awareness of First Nations’ opposition to not only Endbridge and Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline proposals, but also to the lesser-known Pacific Trails Pipeline. The Unist’ot’en clan of the Wet’suwet’en Nation is against all pipelines slated to cross their territories, which includes a number of pipeline projects. For more information, go online to http://unistotencamp.wordpress.com. 
— image credit: DAVE EAGLES PHOTO/KTW

 

Katrina O’Neil (right), joins a small group of women on Tuesday, Nov. 27, outside the downtown library to raise awareness of First Nations’ opposition to not only Endbridge and Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline proposals, but also to the lesser-known Pacific Trails Pipeline. The Unist’ot’en

clan of the Wet’suwet’en Nation is against all pipelines slated to cross their territories, which includes a number of pipeline projects. For more

information, go online to http://unistotencamp.wordpress.com. ave Eagles/KTW

 

 

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