Protesters hold signs at a “Picnics not Pipelines” rally in Kamloops, B.C. on April 22, 2018.
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See you soon, Secwepemc Nation

We know many voices are missing from the #TrackingTransMountain database. That's why we're travelling to hear from you in person.
Lauren Kaljur June 4, 2018

More than 500 kilometres of the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion runs through Secwepemc territory. That’s almost half of the total distance the project covers from Edmonton to B.C.’s south coast.

Secwepemc Nation itself has 17 member bands, some of which were consulted individually for the project. Of these, four have signed agreements in support of the project. Others, like Neskonlith band, have expressed opposition. All kinds of affected people and communities, as shown by our database, hold positions that fall somewhere in between.

What does all of this mean to the people that live here? How are people feeling in light of the federal government’s recent purchase of the project? I’m getting in a truck with reporters from APTN tomorrow to find out. 

Over to you:

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