Author Topic: BC v Wet'suet'en  (Read 1778 times)

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Offline Gorgeous Graham

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Re: BC v Wet'suet'en
« on: February 10, 2020, 04:12:15 pm »

Ultimately the courts are and they have decided.

That is why there are injunctions agains these people, they are breaking the law.

These are complex issues.  I'm no expert on the Indian Act or who is the legitimate voice of local government for these bands.  These are legal questions and should be resolved in the courts.  If protestors don't want pipelines built on their territory when they haven't consented they should go through the courts. I'm sure there are pro bono lawyers who would help represent them.

I support whatever decision the lawful and legitimate representatives of these native bands have decided on these pipelines, it's their territory.
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