Take Action In Greater Sudbury:
Sign this petition and statement of solidarity to be sent to local banks in the Greater Sudbury R (RBC, TD, & CIBC)!
Defund the Coastal GasLink Read the Petition
The Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders resisting Coastal GasLink have identified 3 ways in which you can provide support:
- Express your outrage! Gidimt’en Checkpoint is calling for political pressure on BC Attorney General David Eby, BC Solicitor General Mike Farnworth, and Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Marco Mendicino.
- Move some money to the Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders legal fund.
- Amplify land defenders’ voices and respond to their calls to action. Follow @Yintah_Access on Instagram, @WetsuwetenStrong on Facebook, and @Gidimten on Twitter.
Go to yintahaccess.com to learn more about how to take action and spread the word. #ShutDownCanada #AllOutForWedzinkwa #WetsuwetenStrong
Over the past year, major banks RBC and Chase and private equity giant KKR have ignored countless requests to meet with communities impacted by the fossil fuel projects that the company is funding. These companies are bankrolling Wet’suwet’en people being removed at gunpoint from their land. We refuse to let these pipeline financiers get away with it. December 20th Indigenous land defenders are calling for a week of action calling out the corporate giants behind Coastal GasLink.
The Sudbury Workers Education and Advocacy Centre is a small non-profit organization made up of workers, students and community volunteers dedicated to improving the lives and working conditions of people in low-wage and unstable, precarious employment. Our mandate includes the responsibility of standing in solidarity with all those who are fighting to end injustice in all its forms. Without hesitation, we are responding to the call to action from Gidimt’en Checkpoint to stand in solidarity and support Indigenous land defenders.
Can you join me? Click here for details and to RSVP: