Inside Canada’s Anti-Pipeline Resistance Camp — A Gallery
Photos by RAFAL GERZAK for VICE News
“The Unist´ot´en Camp is located on unceded traditional Wet’suwet’en Territories in northern British Columbia and stands amid a high-profile oil and gas pipeline corridor. Over the summer, energy-industry helicopters had been landing there—without permission—to continue their survey work as heavy machinery cleared trees for a TransCanada pipeline right-of-way toward the Wedzin Kwah (Morice River). The purpose of this camp is to protect the land from several proposed pipelines that would run from the tar sands in Alberta and extracted shale gas projects in the Peace River Region out to the West Coast,” Gerzak writes.
View the original VICE News article, gallery, and captions in its entirety here (http://www.vice.com/read/my-time-at-canadas-anti-pipeline-resistance-camp).
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