The spokesperson for the Wet’suwet’en rises up against the Canadian State

"Canada has never respected indigenous governments" They've been fighting against a pipeline project on their lands for weeks. Molly Wickham is the spokerperson for the Wet'suwet'en people. She speaks out against the State.

“Canada has never respected indigenous governments.”

Since early February, many indigenous Canadians have been in the streets blocking trains to protest the Coastal GasLink gas pipeline project. This 670 km long pipeline will cross the Wet’suwet’en people’s territory. Molly Wickam, a spokesperson for this community, revolted against the State.


02/22/2020 9:38 AMupdated: 03/31/2020 3:56 PM


  • Steve H.
    03/31/2020 19:44

    Heard on NPR radio that project is going forward...

  • Michael W.
    03/31/2020 16:46

    Why didnt they just move the pipe north or south of their land

  • Brut nature
    03/31/2020 16:38

    In February, protests in support of the Wet'suwet'en people spread across Canada. A look back at the still ongoing fight:

  • Don A.
    03/31/2020 16:31

    I stand with Molly I’m south of your boarded but I know what’s right and what’s wrong and I will always stand with her 👍🏻🇨🇦👍🏻