Blockade at Mount Polley mine on anniversary of catastrophic spill


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Mount Polley blockade 1 Participants in the Resistance Gathering at Mount Polley, BC, (Secwepemc territory) on August 4, 2016, block the road leading to the mine site.

From Yuct Ne Senxiymetkwe Camp, August 4, 2016


As of approximately [6PM, August 4, 2016] Imperial Metals Mount Polley Mine has been SHUT DOWN.

A full BLOCKADE has been initiated and NO VEHICLES are being allowed IN OR OUT!!!

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Art of Resistance Tour vol.2


13221448_1283104675051945_8407508282504701724_nThe Beehive Design Collective and Test Their Logik present: “Art of Resistance, vol. 2”

Combining storytelling and presentations of the Beehive’s Graphics with hip-hop performances and shows, offering a wide range of workshops, and distributing independent activist media, the Art of resistance tour is all about cross-pollination.

Catch us at a festival in your region, or help book is for a houseparty, a workshop in your community centre or library, a show at your favourite bar or cafe, a visit to your site of struggle, an art show at your gallery, workshops for your summer camp/school, or something creative like a block party or collective action. There is still time to book us!

UPCOMING DATES in so called “BC”:

July 29th (BOOK US!)
July 30th (BOOK US!)
July 31st Victoria 7PM @ Camas Books & Infoshop
Aug 1st Galiano Island 7PM @ Babes in the Woods
Aug 2nd Salt Spring Island 6PM @ Beaver Point Hall
Aug 3rd Nanaimo 2PM @ Diana Krall Plaza
Aug 3rd Protection Island 6PM @ Community Garden
Aug 4th Cumberland 12PM @ Cumberland Museum
Aug 4th Courtenay 9PM @ Mex Pub
Aug 5th Tofino 9PM @ Tofino Legion
Aug 6th Ucluelet (TBA)
Aug 7th Vancouver Island (BOOK US!)
Aug 8th Vancouver (BOOK US!)
Aug 9th (BOOK US!)
Aug 10th (BOOK US!)
Aug 11th Ymir (TBA)
*** The Field Gathering Aug 12-14 ***
Aug 15th Revelstoke 6PM @ The Sage & Brush (101 2nd St)
Aug 16th Williams Lake 8PM @ 503 Centennial Dr
Aug 17th (BOOK US!)
Aug 18th Houston / Unist’ot’en (TBA)
***Aug 19-21 Music on the Mountain Fest***
Aug 22nd Prince George 7PM @ Nancy O’s restaurant
Aug 23rd Fort St. John / Site C (TBA)

For full list of tour dates, visit

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Wild Resistance, Insurgent Subsistence: BC Anarchists on Native Struggles, Building Community, and Undermining Civilization


Skeena Defense

May 17, 2016

From BlackandGreen Review #3

Fracking, tar sands, sour gas, liquefied natural gas (LNG) conversion stations and pipelines; in all cases, it would appear that our native friends up north have been trail blazing persistent resistance to the new wave of resource extraction and distribution. As they seem to typify it, it’s just the new face of colonization, but an old enemy.

I had the pleasure of speaking to non-native green anarchists from British Columbia who have been involved with and supporting these encampments and have been able to give us some more details about the encampments, the challenges that they expose for anarchists and as non-natives, the contexts of decolonization and effective forms of resistance, and, most importantly, the role of community and subsistence.

This brings out a lot of vital questions and I greatly anticipate the furthering of this discussion and…

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Road to Ruin: Resisting the Gateway Freeway Expansion


On April 22, 2011 (Mother Earth Day), hundreds of people marched down River Road in North Delta, BC, Canada (unceded Coast Salish Territories) and established the South Fraser Protection Camp — to disrupt a freeway construction site that was destroying the banks of the Fraser River. It was one of the boldest acts of many years of resistance to the Gateway freeway expansion program, and this film is being released now, five years later, to honour all those involved in the struggle.

It’s also being offered as a point of comparison for folks currently engaged in resistance against newer infrastructural atrocities in the area, such as the Kinder Morgan Pipeline expansion, the Massey Tunnel megabridge replacement, and Terminal 2 at Deltaport, as well as coal/LNG/jet fuel terminals in the Fraser Delta, etc.

This film is a DIY, anti-profit, anti-capitalist project. If you like it, please support your local grassroots land defender, or be one yourself. We’re no pros but we made an effort to do this compelling tale justice by stitching together everything from news clips to random footage from crappy cameras. We covered a lot of ground but there is much, much more to know if you care to look, or ask. Freedom for the earth, fire for the freeways!

STREAM or DOWNLOAD the video here >>

First Nation to use blockades if needed to protect ancient B.C. burial site

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