Prime Minister Trudeau’s decision on Kinder Morgan is only weeks away. One month before the Now more than ever we need a show of force to show that – no matter his choice – we will stop this pipeline.

This event is in solidarity with Indigenous water protectors at Standing Rock as they struggle to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Noon – Rally at City Hall (12th Street side between Cambie and Yukon)
12:30pm – March to Cambie Street Bridge
1:00pm – Cambie Street Bridge (banner drop and flotilla)
1:15pm – March to Library Square (Homer and West Georgia)
2:00pm – Rally at Library Square (incl. Mass Pledge of Resistance)
3:30pm – Action Ends


Speakers include:

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip – President, Union of BC Indian Chiefs
Chief Ian Campbell – Squamish First Nation
Audrey Siegl – Musqueam Nation activist
Cedar George – Tsleil-Waututh Nation
Elizabeth May – Green Party leader and Member of Parliament for Saanich—Gulf Islands
Kennedy Stewart – Member of Parliament for Burnaby South
Russ Day – President, Unifor Local 601 (Chevron Refinery Workers)

Performers include:
Holly Arntzen and Gail Lotenburg – “Bridge to Our Future”
Carnival Band
Solidarity Notes Labour Choir and Left Coast Labour Chorus

We’re launching a “Take the Pledge” campaign to prepare for escalating actions in the event Trudeau’s cabinet approves the Kinder Morgan pipeline on or before December 19th. People will be able to sign a pledge of resistance and commit to supporting whatever action is necessary to stop the pipeline. During the November 19th event, we will conduct a mass public pledge to demonstrate to cabinet the scale of opposition they are facing if they attempt to move forward with Kinder Morgan. If Trudeau wants Clayoquot Sound 2.0 in the middle of Metro Vancouver – he’ll get it.