Five days and 28 arrests later, the police force said it will continue monitoring the area.
A third Indigenous camp is facing court-ordered removal Monday in northern B.C. to make way for the $6.6 billion Coastal GasLink pipeline.
Nearly 100 officers are positioned to enforce a court order making way for a pipeline through unceded Indigenous land.
“I felt I couldn’t just stand by and watch this in the news anymore,” Susan Bibbing told VICE.
Indigenous land defenders are keeping a close eye on cops as the standoff enters its fourth week.
After denying drone and flyover surveillance at a pipeline blockade last week, RCMP says "air assets can and will be deployed as necessary."
"We are not using drones or doing flyovers," RCMP Sergeant Janelle Shoihet told VICE.
The Wet’suwet’en’s fight against Coastal GasLink is a “whole new ballgame” now that the world is watching, say supporters.
Canada was in court again defending its controversial Trans Mountain expansion project this week.
Autumn Peltier is 15, Indigenous, and fighting for everyone around the world to have clean drinking water.