Lax Kw’alaams Members Occupy Lelu Island To Protect Flora Banks (VIDEO)

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Video: First Nations Group Occupy Lelu Island to Save Flora Banks

By Red Power Media, Staff

Lax Kw’alaams First Nation members set up camp on Lelu Island to prevent its use as a liquefied natural gas terminal.

A group led by North Coast Lax Kw’alaams members have set up a camp on Lelu Island, near Prince Rupert, as part of a “peaceful occupation” of the island that is the proposed site of Pacific Northwest LNG, a consortium led by Malaysian energy giant Petronas.

A tent and camp has been set up on Lelu Island. — Image Credit: Stop Pacific NorthWest LNG/Petronas On Lelu Island / Facebook.Com A tent and camp has been set up on Lelu Island. — Image Credit: Stop Pacific NorthWest LNG/Petronas On Lelu Island / Facebook.Com

The first tent was setup on Lelu Island the night of Aug. 25.

The camp was initiated by Lax Kw’alaams, Hereditary Chief Sm’oogyet Yahaan (Don Wesley Sr.), who traveled to his traditional territory with his sons Don and Joey to exercise his Aboriginal right to the…

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