There have been protests from coast to coast, and from New Zealand to Sweden to Ecuador to support the Wet'suwet'en First Nation.
There are currently a few volunteer efforts to map the global resistance on publicly shared maps.
- All actions map: If you know about an event not on the map, or have more details on one that is, scroll through the notes to email a link to the person updating the map. Ideally send a link to information.
- Rail blockades map
- #ShutdownCanada actions
For more on how to help please refer to the Wet'suwet'en Strong toolkit.
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