Hundreds of people went to the center of Vancouver on Saturday, when they proposed a liquid natural gas in northern B.C.
Coastal GasLink project, TransCanada Corp. Directed by the company, it is a natural gas movement, north-east B.C. To build the coastline where liquefied natural gas is projected.
Zachary Collinson, Haida Gwaii, took part in the Vancouver marathon and worries about the project's impact.
"I do not want to go through all that pipeline," said Collinson. We focus on the ocean with us and help our future generations.
The pipe would move from Dawson Creek to natural gas to a factory near Kitimat.
Ehunka Wet Suwet was against the Coastal Gas Link pipeline in Vancouver. pic.twitter.com/izkMtRiKh8
This week, 14 people were arrested outside the control of Smithers B.C., where the people against the project were restricted by access to the area.
The RCMP approved the resolution of a court by Coastal GasLink access road and Houston, B.C.
On Thursday, Wet & # 39; suwet's leaders, when they opposed the project, signed an agreement to enforce a provisional resolution to channel agricultural workers to traditional national territories.
TransCanada has signed agreements with the United Nations, in a liquefied natural gas project, in a pipeline proposed for 40 million LNG liquefied natural gas Canada.
But hereditary leaders have said that agreements do not apply to traditional territories.
William Wong, a member of Prince Rupert's Gichsan First Nation, William Wong, told the people of Vancouver to support Wet & # 39; suwet's leaders.
Some demonstrators make signs of "stealing stolen pipes," such as "changing the environment, why not?".
The project's advocate, as the Mayor, Kitimat, as Phil Gregory says, will bring much needed work, investment, and income to the region.
The announcement interrupted traffic on the streets of Main Vancouver and East Hastings. and Commercial Drive and Broadway at 7 p.m.