Monthly Archives: December 2018

Wet’suwe’ten Hereditary Chiefs vs. Wet’suwe’ten Hereditary Chiefs.

No that was not a typo or a misprint, there is almost an air of let’s pretend we do not have brothers and sisters who support the pipeline, almost to the point of sheer arrogance.  As the year closes we share what we hope will be the final chapter on Read More

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BC Hydro – Northern Rates Unfair

Residents on Northern BC have been subsidizing BC Hydro based on a very unfair rate structure. To explain BC Hydro has set up a two tier rate program, called Residential Conservation Rate based on the power consumed by all BC Hydro Customers. Now when you consider 60% of BC Hydro Read More

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Alternative to Justin’s Dilbit Pipeline

In reaction to reading a re-run of the CN bitumen hockey pucks, we forward an even better idea. Instead of building a pipeline Canada builds a second railroad to tie Canada together, solves the problem created by the fact the existing one is at 100% capacity and cannot take more Read More

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Canadian courts do not have any jurisdiction on Wet’suwet’en territory

In this video you can see Molly deliberately speak in Wet’suwet’en, knowing full well the people she is talking to do not speak that language, in any language that’s called intentional disrespect.  Molly’s primary language has always been English, its how she communicates with her husband. Here she is telling Read More

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Aboriginal Entitlement – Pipeline Blockades

NOTE: As new information comes to us we will update this article, inclusive of corrections The untold other side of the story. Recently we saw aboriginals signing lucrative deals with pipeline companies, while none of the non-aboriginal communities get any cash deals. There is close to a billion dollars on Read More

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