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RAVEN is honoured to be working in partnership with Wet’suwet’en Nation to fundraise for legal challenges to push back against unwanted industrial activity in their territory. Read more about the cases here: #WetsuwetenStrong Allies Toolkit When crafting a legal strategy to push back against Coastal Gas Link and assert their rights in court, Wet’suwet’en clan...
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#WeAreTheStronghold launches events across Canada for Wet’suwet’en legal defence fund

In solidarity with action taking place on unceded and sovereign Wet’suwet’en territory and in support of the hereditary chiefs and land defenders holding the line, The International Indigenous Music Summit is joining forces with RAVEN to present WE ARE THE STRONGHOLD: A call to action for Music, Ceremony & Celebration. Kicking off with a flagship...
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#WetsuwetenStrong Allies Toolkit

Ready to get organized in support of Wet’suwet’en land protectors? We’ve put together this Toolkit for Action: please share widely! Calls to Action Wet’suwet’en leadership have asked the RAVEN community to stand with them as they pursue two groundbreaking legal challenges. Download campaign one pager with details on both legal challenges which RAVEN is supporting,...
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BREAKING: Wet’suwet’en House Chiefs launch legal challenge over climate impacts of fossil fuel projects on their territories

Wet’suwet’en House Chiefs launch legal challenge over climate impacts of fossil fuel projects on their territories. Constitutional challenge alleges infringement of Charter rights of future generations of House members due to Canada’s failure to act to prevent spiraling climate crisis Wet’suwet’en territory/Vancouver, Feb 12 – Two Wet’suwet’en Houses through their Hereditary Chiefs have launched a sweeping legal challenge...
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Wet’suwet’en vs. the Queen: Seeking Legal Redress in the Face of Rights Violations

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs are requesting a judicial review of a decision made by the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office to extend the environmental certificate for the 670-kilometre Coastal GasLink pipeline. The request, filed Feb. 3, argues an extension should not have been granted in light of more than 50 instances of non-compliance with the conditions of...
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