Let it be known

The Haida nation is consistent: Here Doreeal Piercey, Savannah Samuels and Ashley Jacobson with over 200 others demonstrate in Masset (2011) against the proposed Enbridge pipeline.
 The Haida nation is consistent: Here Doreeal Piercey, Savannah Samuels and Ashley Jacobson with over 200 others demonstrate in Masset (2011) against the proposed Enbridge pipeline.

The Haida nation is consistent: Here Chantel White, Doreel Mearns (Piercy) and Ashley Jacobson with over 200 others demonstrate in Masset (2011) against the proposed Enbridge pipeline.

The Council of the Haida Nation has posted a public notice in 12 community newspapers from Haida Gwaii to Williams Lake. The notice describes Enbridge’s latest campaign in communities and restates the nation’s position on the proposed project.

“Our Nation is responding publicly to the tactics Enbridge is conducting behind closed doors in our communities,” stated kil tlaats ‘gaa. “Targeting individuals with a promise of ‘power and money’ is unethical and divisive, and our elected and hereditary leadership will continue to challenge these methods by speaking out and working with others to oppose this project. ”

The full notice can be read here.

Watch for the notice in:

Burns Lake District News

Fort St. James Caledonia Courier

Haida Gwaii Observer

Houston Today

Kitimat Northern Sentinel

Northern Connector

Prince Rupert Northern View

Quesnel Cariboo Observer

Smithers Interior News

Terrace Standard

Vanderhoof Omenica Express

Williams Lake Tribune

 

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