Gidimt’en reoccupied the space where Wet’suwet’en have lived and gathered, to engage in sustainable practices on the land for generations.

 


Gidimt’en Announcement, they reoccupied the space where Wet’suwet’en have lived and gathered, to engage in sustainable practices on the land for generations. This site is a cultural heritage site which has always focused on harvesting practices like trapping, hunting, and fishing in the river and creek for lamprey eels and other territory foods.

If ever the Wet’suwet’en gathered at the 44 kilometer site there is no record or oral history of such in modern day times. This is yet one more pie in the sky outrageous claim invented to make the blockaders look legitimate. This has to top their list of created baloney for the press to suck up.

This site ( 44 kilometer site) is a cultural heritage site busy fabricating press baloney

 

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