Wet’suwet’en leaders and Mixtec, Otomi & Nahua land defenders are coming together to resist TC Energy’s pipelines on their territories.

Travelling 4000 kilometers east from Wet’suwet’en territory and north from Puebla, Hidalgo, and Veracruz, Mexico, these land defenders will converge in Toronto to build their shared resistance to Canadian company TC Energy’s colonial pipeline projects! 

Featuring Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chief Na’Moks, Wet’suwet’en land defenders Molly Wickham (Sleydo’) and Eve Saint, Otomi land defender Salvador Aparicio Olvera, and Mixtec land defender Ortencia Reyes Valdivia.



6:30pm, Native Canadian Centre of Toronto (Spadina Station)

Featuring special guest renowned Nigerian environmental justice activist Nnimmo Bassey.

Facebook event here.



1:00PM, Nathan Phillips Square (Toronto City Hall)

Meet in Nathan Phillips Square at 1pm for speeches and a march through the heart of downtown Toronto, where we will make some noise outside of major landmarks of the colonial-capitalist extractive industry!

Facebook event here.

RSVP below and spread the word!

Organized by Rising Tide Toronto, Indigenous Climate Action, World BEYOND War, the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network, and EUC York.

Thank you to the hundreds of people who showed up in Toronto to stand with these land defenders.

Here is the recording of the panel and film screening on October 13.

The films that were screened during this event were:

Thank you to LeftStreamed (www.youtube.com/@LeftStreamed) for filming and producing this recording.

The next day, we took to the streets to rally and march through downtown Toronto, ending with a round dance outside TC Energy’s office.

Photos by Joshua Best.

And for those in Ottawa…Check out this public event on Monday October 16 from 6-8PM.

Promo graphics, more coming soon!

Email [email protected] with any questions.