Bands within the Secwépemc Nation are eager to buy a share of the Trans Mountain pipeline. They have consented to the pipeline and activists are trying to silence Indigenous voices hindering their economic opportunities.

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ACTIVIST CLAIM: Eco colonialist group – Leadnow – continues their disrespectful campaign of speaking for First Nations who want to speak for themselves.

THE FACTS:  Bands within the Secwépemc Nation are eager to buy a share of the Trans Mountain pipeline. They have consented to the pipeline and activists are trying to silence Indigenous voices hindering their economic opportunities.

THE SOURCES:

In the middle of a climate emergency, and without the consent of the Secwépemc people, the federal government just approved another $10 billion loan for TMX from the public purse.


Here are some facts and sources to have a reasoned conversation about Trans Mountain.


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