Explosive Letter Released shows Horgan lied about RCMP

Explosive Letter Released shows Horgan lied about RCMP r1 ... Share this Email PRESS RELEASE: Wet'suwet'en, BC Civil Liberties Association, and Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs release explosive letter revealing BC solicitor general authorized RCMP deployment contradicting public statements.

Despite Horgan and other politicians repeatedly saying they could not control police actions it has come out that the BC Minister of Public Safety Mike Farnworth declared a “provincial emergency” under the Provincial Police Service Agreement and explicitly authorized the “internal redeployment of resources within the Provincial Police Service.”

All groups are calling for Mike Farnworth to resign immediately!

Write John Horgan now and let him know you want Mike Farnworth to resign!
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"In the wake of limited talks between the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs and representatives of the Canadian state, a sense of confusion has set in. State and corporate media outfits have added to this confusion by portraying these talks as an endpoint to the protests that have been taking place for weeks in support of Wet'suwet'en and against the Coastal GasLink pipeline.

But the fact remains that there's been no agreement to allow for the pipeline to be built, and no calls have been made for people to take down their blockades. Despite what they want you to think... it's not over.

#ShutDownCanada #WetsuwetenStrong #ReconciliationIsDead
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In it for the long haul

This has always been a long term struggle, with the first infrastructure built at the Unist'ot'en village over a decade ago. In the last two months we have seen an explosive growth in people participating in this movement. For many these ongoing demonstrations have been their first experience with direct action or organizing.

As we continue to take action and organize in our communities, let us all be sure to make time to build relationships, share skills, and educate for long term fight. While many people have been doing this sort of work for a long time, a whole new layer of people are coming out of the woodwork to join this movement.

With these kinds of numbers and energy we are powerful, and we can win! But for many new people figuring out how to stay plugged in can be a challenge, and the lack of immediate results can be discouraging. Folks across the country are doing awesome work to build capacity and plug people in for the long term fight while they mobilize and take action.

Are you doing things like this in your community that others can replicate? Do you have organizing resources that you think others would find useful?

Send us an email and we will aggregate materials and ideas that can be reashared with this list to support the struggle moving forward! Video update from Akwesasne Mohawk Territory

Land defenders are informing truckers coming over the border that they are no longer welcome through their reserve and need to begin taking an alternate route. Highway blockade in 6 nations holding strong An excellent disruption of Marc Garneau, the Canadian Minister of Transport, at his speech at the Canadian Embassy of DC Solidarity from Palestine! Folks Shutting down Chase, the largest funder of Coastal Gas Link in Portland Oregon!

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