Do you support the protest against the Coastal GasLink pipeline?

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Posted 6 months.


  • Bernard Hink - 6 months ago

    There is an invasion of greedy polluters that are leaving dry wells all over from their last swamping jobs, and corporate criminals with Fed/Prov., DIA, industries and all of the above workers. First Nations and many other people do not want contaminations with what they grew up with, fresh water, wild fish and game that we would like our future generations to have also. All the above corporate criminals and their workers must be banned and removed

  • Mikhail Yakunin - 6 months ago

    This is why the Wet’suwet’en people are protesting - Tides Canada Paid 220,000 to Wet'suwet'en between 2014 and 2017:

    2014: Office of Wet'suwet'en total amount of gifts: $76,762

    2015: Office of Wet'suwet'en: Grant to support the Wet'suwet'en collective land-based cultural camps: $10,000

    Office of Wet'suwet'en: Grant to support the Wet'suwet'en collective land-based cultural camps: $30,000

    Office of Wet'suwet'en: Grant to support capacity for conservation efforts: $26,762

    2017: Office of Wet'suwet'en: For general support: $39,513

    2017: Office of Wet'suwet'en: to support Moricetown Canyon fish tagging project: $26,964

  • Rocko Potorti - 6 months ago

    The real problem about these groups that have time to try and stop everything that creates jobs and a future for all citizens that pay taxes to governments only to redistribute money to these groups.most of which have rights to live off the land. Most Canadians don t have that right! What will we live on ,how will we sustain a country and health systems that we enjoy? Canada has many raw materials and it s good that we have people concerned about the environment ? But don t block everything from going ahead. In closing ..remember if you kill the goose that laid the golden egg!? Just saying .!

  • Oil unicorn - 6 months ago

    These folks have been given $200 000 + by the tides foundation who is owned by the Rockefeller’s who are California oil tycoons. Who are they really looking out for?

  • Corissa Lee - 6 months ago

    Please reword your poll. An example would be: "Do you support indigenous rights and title on unceded land?"

  • Lucy Carson - 6 months ago

    It is not a protest. It is an occupation of thier territory.

  • B.Harris - 6 months ago

    Is this the group that JT funded to protest?

  • Doug Fawcett - 6 months ago

    I agree with putting the pipeline in! Gets our resources to market, builds futures for all people. Get both the RCMP and Reserve police on guard for those trying to get this done. Put them in jail if they break the law.

  • Mark V. Ryyppo - 6 months ago

    Typical, a biased media of elitists shoving their own agenda on you by supporting a minority, downplaying the majority and the reality of the big picture. They will never understand the people actually trying to survive working in the real world, when they are able to live bubble wrapped in their fantasy land. Facts manipulation is their stock in trade and they will never be held accountable or suffer any consequences one way or the other. Some are actually imbecilic enough to believe they are saving the world. Just another fruitcake of Pathos, Ethos and Logos that most cannot stomach!
    We are doomed I fear as long as the voices of those mired with practiclities of the front line trenches of life are silenced by media support of those whining few living off the security of the fat of the land
    On a more positive note. Anyone remember the quaint notion of pitchforks and torches?

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