Pancakes Not Pipelines - March 14, Vancouver
Fundraiser event for Madii Lii hosted by Rising Tide, Coast Salish Territories, Vancouver, BC.
11 am - 1 pm.
1803 East First Avenue, Vancouver (Grandview Calvary Baptist Church)
More info: www.risingtide604.ca
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/636156193197379/
"Come out and have a great breakfast while learning about and supporting an amazing group of front line pipeline resisters - THE MADII LII! Madii Lii basecamp is located at the entrance to Madii Lii territory within the Gitxsan Nation, in "northwest BC". On Aug. 26, 2014, the hereditary chiefs of the territory declared access to the territory closed to all fracked gas (LFG/LNG) pipeline development and other unauthorized industrial activity, and enacted the Luutkudziiwus Territorial Management Plan. They have set up a camp on the direct path of another LFG (Liquid Fracked Gas) pipeline propsal and they need support! Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Pipeline (PRGT) TransCanada is proposing construction and operation of PRGT project. The proposed PRGT will cross Madii Lii territory for about 32 km from Suskwa Pass to the Shegunia River. Approximately one-half – 16 km – lies on top of the Babine Trail, the ancestral grease trail connecting Gitanmaax with Fort Babine. There will be direct and indirect impacts to Luutkudziiwus rights and title from potential adverse effects to fish and their habitats, wildlife and their habitats, terrestrial and aquatic resources, including cumulative effects, as wellas to social, cultural, and economic values. As well, the pipe will be supplying the proposed LNG plant in Skeena estuary, where substantial and potentially catastrophic impacts are predicted to negatively affect the juvenile salmon. The proposed PRGT pipeline project is in deep conflict with core Luutkudziiwus interests and values. http://www.madiilii.com/ Wheelchair accessible through the North Entrance."