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Canada | Indigenous leaders fighting to keep cultural sites from being destroyed by gas pipeline

According to Wet’suwet’en oral history, the Kweese War Trail is lined with the buried bodies of warriors who lost their lives avenging the murder of Chief Kweese’s wife and son.


The trail — a place where Wet’suwet’en youth can literally walk in the footsteps of their ancestors — branches out to important ancestral sites spread throughout the traditional territory of the nation’s five clans. 


https://thenarwhal.ca/they-are-erasing-our-history-indigenous-sites-buried-under-coastal-gaslink-pipeline-infrastructure/

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