This camp needs you!
The dates are May 8th to May 26th.
The final phase 3 of the Healing Center will be constructed, the Pithouse needs a cob floor and shelf area, and the Permaculture Garden needs planting.
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If you have Indigenous Youth who are talented budding Artists check this out! We have a 2 week camp being planned which will bring together notable Northwest Coast Artists (for a 50 foot and 20 foot wall mural, Interpretive Signs, Read More »
A group of supporters works on construction of the Healing Center at the annual Spring Work Camp.
Action Camp is always the biggest event of the year at Unist’ot’en Camp with supporters joining together from near and far to share Read More »
On June 13, 2016 the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs interrupted the “Wet’suwet’en Matrilineal Coalition” meeting with Transcanada on Laksilyu territory.
This illegitimate collaboration with industry is in opposition to the authority of the hereditary chiefs who oppose pipeline projects.
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The 3rd Annual Construction Camp was a tremendous success! Sne Kyalh Yah (we are grateful for all of your assistance in our time if need) to everyone who contributed financially, physically, and spiritually through prayers and ceremonies. Read More »
Spring construction camp, 2015. Photo by Michael Toledano.
Now’s the time! Spring is coming to the north and it’s construction season at Unist’ot’en Camp. The main Healing Centre building is finished and we’re starting construction of the second wing next Read More »
The Unist’ot’en Camp is an ongoing non-violent occupation of Unceded Unist’ot’en territory that started in 2009. As it stands, the camp is preventing the construction of a massive pipeline corridor that would allow further expansion of the tar sands and Read More »