Two accounts run by Wet’suwet’en land defenders were shut down this week by Twitter, which claimed it was a mistake.
The coronavirus "actually reminded me of first contact when we didn't have disease and it was brought to us—like smallpox."
Nearly one month later, a proposed title deal is still not signed and pipeline opponents are calling for a shutdown, citing concern over the COVID-19 pandemic.
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett called the arrangement a milestone in the history of Canada.
Evidence shows a link between the presence of resource extraction workers who live in temporary 'man camps' and violence against Indigenous women and girls.
Wet'suwet'en supporters remained on scene after their Sunday night deadline to remove the blockade passed. OPP moved in early Monday morning.
Canada's prime minister has called on Indigenous leaders including the Wet'suwet'en Nation to not stand in the way of reconciliation with Canada.
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Police say they’ll move to a nearby town if land defenders will allow pipeline workers to access construction sites.
A Cree woman from Winnipeg went viral after posting a tearful video detailing racism she experienced last week.
Political opponents say nationwide protests are damaging the economy. Indigenous leaders say they will continue to mobilize against the Coastal GasLink pipeline. An easy resolution seems unlikely.