Ottawa event for Wet’suwet’en Justice fund kicks off March 28

A benefit concert as a part of the WE ARE THE STRONGHOLD collective action to support the legal defense fund of Wet’suwet’en protectors of land, air and water.

Let’s dance, sing, and make a noise to support the Wet’suwet’en Clans and houses, whose rights and title to their unceded territory (Yintah) in northern British Columbia are at risk.

Venue: Queen Street Fare: 170 Queen St, Ottawa
Gorgeous live music venue and food hall in the heart of Ottawa’s downtown.

Date: March 28
Show: Noon- 4:00pm

$5 Ticket: If you’re making ends meet
$10 Ticket:
If you’re making ends meet
$25 Ticket: if you’re financially stable
$50 Ticket: if you’re financially flourishing

Get your tickets here!

If you are not able to donate financially but would like to lend your spirit, please email us here:

If you cannot join us at the concert, we welcome all donations! Funds go to RAVEN to support two groundbreaking legal challenges by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs. You can also buy a ticket for someone who might not otherwise be able to go.

Organizers also invite you to find one of our partner events happenig across Turtle Island and across the world. Find partner events here:


The Cause

Wet’suwet’en Nation have been stewarding and protecting their traditional territories since time immemorial. Now, they are defending the land, air and water from Coastal GasLink’s (CGL) liquefied natural gas (LNG) pipeline.

The Hereditary Chiefs of all Wet’suwet’en clans, acting in unity, have launched legal action to defend their rights and title from unwanted industrial activity, and to hold the governments of Canada accountable to climate commitments.

Donate to support the legal defense fund of the Wet’suwet’en and take a stand for future generations.

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