What You Can Do

Want to help the Tsleil Waututh people stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline?

Donate to our Legal Defence Fund:

The Tsleil-Waututh nation is taking Kinder Morgan to the courts, and we need your help. We do not consent to the Kinder Morgan pipeline.

We have set up a donation page for our legal fees with RAVEN (Respecting Aboriginal Values and Environmental Needs). Please help the Tsleil-Waututh people stop Kinder Morgan and donate to our legal defence fund here.


Contact Your MLA

  • The best way to help is to contact your MLA, we have set up an easy-to-use tool to call your MLA.
  • Just choose any of the five topics below that matter to you and follow the instructions on the page.

Tell your MLA why we need Climate Leadership, not Kinder Morgan.

Tell your MLA to Choose Reconciliation, not Kinder Morgan.

Tell your MLA to Protect our health, not Kinder Morgan.

Tell your MLA to Choose a sustainable economy, not Kinder Morgan.

Tell your MLA to Protect Orcas and Endangered Species, not Kinder Morgan.

Send your Message to Christy Clark


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