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There are concerns that the hundreds of workers travelling in and out of northern B.C. to work on the $6.2-billion Coastal GasLink pipeline could bring #COVID19  into local communities.

There are concerns that the hundreds of workers travelling in and out of northern B.C. to work on the $6.2-billion Coastal GasLink pipeline could bring #COVID19  into local communities.

There are concerns that the hundreds of workers travelling in and out of northern B.C. to work on the $6.2-billion Coastal GasLink pipeline could bring #COVID19  into local communities.

There are concerns that the hundreds of workers travelling in and out of northern B.C. to work on the $6.2-billion Coastal GasLink pipeline could bring #COVID19  into local communities.

There are concerns that the hundreds of workers travelling in and out of northern B.C. to work on the $6.2-billion Coastal GasLink pipeline could bring #COVID19  into local communities.

I just signed a @TheActionNet  petition: Sign the petition to protect Indigenous Sovereignty: Demand fossil fuel profiteers JPMorgan Chase and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. divest from Coastal GasLink pipeline. Sign here:

Example 3: Construction is still happening on the Coastal GasLink pipeline in Canada. This is despite the fact that there is no deal with the Wet’suwet’en Nation AND there’s the COVID19 outbreak.

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I'll just leave this September 2018 news story here: All 20 First Nations sign Coastal GasLink pipeline agreement: The proposed 670 km pipeline would deliver natural gas to Kitimat’s LNG Canada facility #bcpoli  #cdnpoli  #abpoli 

Anyone remember this story from a year ago? Anyone? Anyone? Wet’suwet’en chiefs remove hereditary titles of three women who support Coastal GasLink pipeline #cdnpoli 

Former elected chief of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation and CEO of the First Nations LNG Alliance explains why she wants to see her community come together and support the Coastal GasLink pipeline.

Wet'suwet'en members who support the construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline say they're not invited to meetings, aren't being heard #cdnpoli 

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After Canadian police raided the camp to defend the Coastal GasLink pipeline, protesters shut down ports, roads, and railways across the country.

"This has been an ongoing battle, but it's also a bigger issue around Indigenous rights and title and sovereignty," says Molly Wickham, a Wet'suewet'en Nation land defender opposing the 400-mile Coastal GasLink pipeline. Wickham's clan was raided by Canadian police last week.

Using snow plows and wooden barricades, indigenous protesters in Canada have shut down a vital cross-country rail line to protest construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline.

More @CBCNews  on arrests being reported at camps built by supporters of the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs, who insist the Coastal GasLink pipeline cannot be built without their consent:

B.C. Premier John Horgan has conceded the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will go ahead after all -- and is telling the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs to face the same reality for Coastal GasLink

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