Across the country, people are coming out in droves and standing in solidarity with the Wet'suwet'en people. From coast to coast there have been demonstrations and peaceful protests for weeks now. These 27 Wet'suwet'en solidarity protest photos from all over Canada show just how much people care about the issue at hand by showing their support.\nFor weeks people across the country have been standing in solidarity with the Wet'suwet'en Nation and in opposition of a pipeline and the RCMP moving into the territory to enforce an injunction.\nThat injunction from a B.C. court is about giving access to a site for the pipeline to be built.\nAfter the RCMP moved in, Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chief Na’Moks told reporters that "our people are peaceful, our supporters are peaceful but they came in with armed forces to remove people that were peaceful doing the right thing, at the right time for the right reasons."\nAccording to APTN News, all 20 of the elected bands along the route of the Coastal GasLink pipeline voted in favour of it but the hereditary chiefs of Wet'suwet'en didn't.\nWith ongoing demonstrations of solidarity across the country, it shows that lots of people express support for the First Nations group.\nEven climate activist Greta Thunberg joined the conversation and tweeted, "Support the Wet’suwet’en Nation and the pipeline protests happening now in Canada!"\nHere are 27 photos from demonstrations across the country.\nToronto, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Incredible turnout today in support of the Wet’suwet’en people! Decolonisation is on the way. We want respect!. “ WHEN JUSTICE FAILS BLOCK THE RAILS! “ #wetsuwetenstrong A post shared by Aleksei Shkurin (@aleksei.shkurin) on Feb 17, 2020 at 3:05pm PST\nView this post on Instagram If indigenous communities don't consent? ✊🏼 SHUT IT DOWN If the way we interpret s35 is achieving absurd results, then perhaps s35 is broken. Spent Family Day with my "chosen family" marching in solidarity with Unistoten land protectors. #WetsuwetenStrong #unistoten #shutitdown #pipeline A post shared by Angela the Adventurer (@angelasplanet) on Feb 18, 2020 at 7:22pm PST\nView this post on Instagram Reconciliation is dead. Respect Indigenous sovereignty. The RCMP are terrorists. ———————————————————————— 3,000 for #wetsuwetenstrong ! ———————————————————————— Come out and support this Saturday at Queens Park - hit @climatejusticeto for details. Support land defenders and honour your treaty responsibilities. This is how we secure a future for ALL. 📸: @alexisfawn A post shared by Jaden • “they” (@jadenunfiltered) on Feb 17, 2020 at 6:49pm PST\nView this post on Instagram A meandering Family Day photo walk ended up out in front of a march in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en First Nation. Follow my bio link for more Family Day wandering... . . #wetsuweten #wetsuwetenstrong #protests #protestmarch #bloor #bloorstreet #streetphotography #torontophotography #6ixwalks #torontostreets #torontostreetphotography #peopleoftoronto #torontopeople #toronto_insta #torontoclx #sidewalkscenes #lifeisstreet #everybodystreet #lensculture #lensculturestreet A post shared by David Barker (@nouspique) on Feb 19, 2020 at 4:40am PST\nMany peaceful protests and demonstrations have happened in Toronto, including one through the streets on Family Day and others on railway tracks.\nEdmonton, Alberta\nView this post on Instagram On February 10th, 2020 Indigenous youth took over and occupied the lobby of the Enbridge Centre in amiskwaciwâskahikan. This space has systematically police and placed profit over people and community, we stood with our prayers and songs in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs representing all five clans of the Wet’suwet’en Nation in opposition to CGL. We strategically chose this location because of BMO’s relationship with the CGL pipeline. Wet'suwet'en is just one of the many communities across Turtle island that are being impacted by projects connected to Alberta oil and gas companies . We will not stop mobilizing until every project that is tied to Alberta Tarsands and Gas projects that is harming our communities and across Turtle island has ceased. The illegal invasion of Wet'suwet'en is only the beginning . Reconciliation is dead #STOPITATTHESOURCE #youthforyintah #handsoffwetsuweten #unistoten #alleyesonwetsuweten #evictcgl #standwithwetsuweten #landback A post shared by Beaver Hills Warriors (@beaver_hills_warriors) on Feb 11, 2020 at 10:29pm PST\nIn Edmonton, Indigenous youth occupied the lobby of the Enbridge Centre in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.\nVancouver, B.C.\nView this post on Instagram Everything I've read has said that spreading awareness and keeping this on people's feeds is a good way to support, so here are some photos I took at today's action at Granville Bridge. Sure, it can be a bit paralyzing feeling like you don't have every piece of info or detail about an issue, but within just a few minutes of research it was clear this is something I need to support. #WetsuwetenStrong #DoBetterCanada A post shared by Kyra Wittkopf (@kyracreative) on Feb 12, 2020 at 10:30pm PST\nView this post on Instagram See you on the streets tomorrow! 5pm. #Wetsuweten #alleyesonwetsuweten #WetsuwetenStrong #NoCGL #NoTMX #IndigenousRights #nojusticenopeace A post shared by Climate Convergence Metro Van (@climateconvergence) on Feb 18, 2020 at 8:21pm PST\nView this post on Instagram Which side are you on? February 12, 2020 - Granville Street Bridge blockade. #wetsuwetenstrong #unistoten A post shared by Alison Boulier (@alisonboulier) on Feb 16, 2020 at 5:53am PST\nFor days, people blocked the three entrances to the Port of Vancouver in support and there were also demonstrations at Granville Street Bridge.\nMoncton, New Brunswick\nView this post on Instagram Moncton stands with Wet’suwet’en. #wetsuwetenstrong A post shared by Kenzie (@kenziedunnett) on Feb 18, 2020 at 6:03pm PST\nOn the east coast, people in Moncton rallied to stop the Coastal GasLink pipeline and to support the Wet’suwet’en people.\nChilliwack, B.C.\nView this post on Instagram Demonstration in support of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs. February 14, 2020. #wetsuwetenstrong #alleyesonwetsuweten #shutdowncanada #mmiw #reconciliationisdead A post shared by Sean Dalin (@dalinphoto) on Feb 16, 2020 at 8:52am PST\nSupporters marched to the busiest intersection in Chilliwack with signs that read "Hands off the land" and "They stole the children from the land, now they steal the land from the children."\nThunder Bay, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram February 18th and 4pm a peaceful protest took place in downtown Thunder Bay to show support for Wet’suwet’en people. The Wet’suwet’en people are not protestors, they are people of their own sovereign land. Their land has NEVER been ceded or surrendered to the Canadian government via treaty or agreement • • The RCMP is not engaging in law enforcement, they are INVADING another sovereign nation and illegally removing indigenous people from their own land. The standards of the United Nations’ Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous People’s (UNDRIP) have NOT been met. This is a violation of human rights, and we must step up. • • Most of you seeing this and reading this message are settlers and need to acknowledge and recognize that the land that we occupy has been stolen from indigenous peoples. We must support one another, we must stand in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en. The land and the water provide us with life and it is a gift, we must help protect it. • • How can you help? It is so simple 1) donate to https://Unistoten.camp 2) Spread this news, acknowledge this crisis 3) Be involved in your own community, if a nearby protest is happening, show up and be a body there to support This is SO important, no consent NO pipeline Checkout these hashtags, share them! #decolonize #nopipeline #wetsuwetenstrong #unistotenstrong #shutdowncanada #noconsent #landdefenders #fuckRCMP #alleyesonwetsuweten #humanrights #indigenousrights #landback #climatecrisis A post shared by Kathleen | Lifestyle Blogger (@_mowglii) on Feb 18, 2020 at 5:34pm PST\nPeaceful protests also happened in Thunder Bay, with people marching down streets holding signs and flags.\nMorris, Manitoba\nView this post on Instagram Indigenous activists respond to Conservative Leader @andrewjscheer at a CN rail and highway blockade in support of #Wetsuweten on Monday, near Morris Manitoba. A post shared by Damien (@doggo_damien) on Feb 18, 2020 at 7:47am PST\nThis supporter in Manitoba had a sign that is a clap back at Andrew Scheer who said that protesters and activists "need to check their privilege."\nVictoria, B.C.\nView this post on Instagram This group of Indigenous youth blocked the gate to the B.C. Legislative Assembly to show solidarity with Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs. • Six people were arrested yesterday at a camp on traditional Wet'suwet'en territory as RCMP conducted a raid to enforce an injunction order against those blocking construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline in northern B.C. • In a letter to members of the Legislative Assembly and MPs in Ottawa the group said, “We are an independent group of Indigenous youth of Nuuchahnulth, Wet’suwet’en, Tla’amin, Sto:lo, Secwepemcúĺecw, Namgis, Heiltsuk, Kwagu'ł, Ma’amtagila, Lil’wat, Xwlemi, Qayqayt, Lue Chogh Tue, Shishalh, W̱ SÁNEĆ, Gitxsan, and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nations occupying the entrance to the British Columbia Parliament in Victoria, BC, to urge you to stand by Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs representing all five clans of the Wet’suwet’en Nation in opposition to Coastal GasLink.” • “Until Canada demonstrates commitment to UNDRIP by meeting the demands of Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs, we will continue to occupy your political buildings and offices. We will do everything within our power to protect our future and Wet’suwet’en lands from destruction. It’s time for you to do the same,” they wrote. • • • Photos by Lauren Sortome | #wetsuweten #landprotectors #Indigenous #CBCIndigenous A post shared by CBC Indigenous (@cbcindigenous) on Feb 7, 2020 at 11:35am PST\nView this post on Instagram DECOLONIZE — return stolen land to Indigenous peoples Your injunction does not stop us. Heart is burning full aglow after today’s Govt Shutdown! Indigenous fam and our allies successfully and peacefully picketed 22 BC government buildings! The morning was cold but the sun was out and our solidarity with Wet’suwet’en is strong!!! We will hold our government accountable. Intimidation will never make us compliant with colonial violence and the removal of Indigenous matriarchs from their land. We will not back down until CGL leaves the Wet’suwet’en Yintah. NO MORE stolen sisters – we will not let another man camp increase violence against women, girls, and 2spirit people. The Wet’suwet’en DO NOT consent to industrial work camps on their territories and neither do WE. UPHOLD Indigenous Law. Decolonization is the true love language this Valentine’s Day. ♥️ A post shared by Vanessa Prescott, CHT, RHT (@vanessaprescott) on Feb 14, 2020 at 6:49pm PST\nView this post on Instagram Jasmine (15) and Steph (15) at the Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Rally today in Victoria #decolonize #decolonizethisplace #decolonizeyourmind #wetsuwetenstrong #wetsuweten #istandwithwetsuweten #victoria #rally #indigenousrights #indigenousrightsarehumanrights #earthguardians A post shared by Cowichan Earth Guardians (@cvearthguardians) on Jan 11, 2020 at 7:17pm PST\nView this post on Instagram CALL TO ACTION VICTORIA: Youth are in need of ongoing support, blankets, and red dresses. Gather at the legislative building at 9AM February 7th to support Indigenous Youth who are occupying overnight in independent solidarity with Wet’suwet’en. . Indigenous Yute for Wet’suwet’en have been occupying the ceremonial entrance of the B.C. legislature building, normally reserved for members of the royal family. They commit to demonstrating indigenous laws through songs, prayer, and a sacred fire representing Wet’suwet’en frontlines currently experiencing a military level invasion. They will remain until demands are upheld and Wet’suwet’en sovereignty is respected through a complete withdrawal of RCMP from Wet’suwet’en traditional territories. . Indigenous Youth for Wet’suwet’en are entering their 11th hour of occupation as Canada enters its 11th hour to meaningfully act on climate justice. Indigenous sovereignty as demonstrated by Wet’suwet’en is essential to climate justice and these Indigenous Youth Land Defenders seek to wake up the world to this reality. A post shared by Indigenous Climate Action (@indigenousclimateaction) on Feb 6, 2020 at 11:05pm PST\nPeople came out in droves and occupied the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. Thunberg also showed support for those protesting at the government building.\nP.E.I.\nView this post on Instagram My Dad, aka Papa, Mikmaq Elder Junior Peter-Paul, blockade Protest at the confederation Bridge PEI #shutdowncanada #wetsuwetenstrong #wetsuweten #mikmaq #mmiwg #indigenous #notyourmascot #idlenomore A post shared by Amelia (@ameliatuplin) on Feb 19, 2020 at 4:06am PST\nAt the Confederation Bridge in P.E.I., people came out with signs that said: "We stand with Wet'suwet'en" and showed their support.\nTyendinaga Mohawk Territory\nView this post on Instagram Don't get left on the wrong side of history. #standwithwetsuweten . . . Education 101: 1. @justinpjtrudeau and @johnhorgan4bc REFUSE to meet with hereditary chiefs. And instead, are meeting to discuss the next steps of suppression methods against the solidarity movement makers. 2. There is a solution! Call off RCMP and stop occupying sovereign Indigenous land. 3. #reconciliationisdead is not a trend. It has changed Canada forever. 4. Allies need to show up! Regardless of your personal safety, your livelihood. Indigenous folks have lived in worse for far longer. Rise up, there's no excuse. . . . #wetsuwetenstrong #indigenous #rights #potd📸 #decolonize #fuckrcmp #kkkanada #photooftheday #protectindigenousrights #landdefenders #alleyesonwetsuweten #theworldiswatching #riseup #antifa A post shared by Kaitlyn Smith (@kaitlyntrying) on Feb 16, 2020 at 7:10pm PST\nView this post on Instagram #alleyesonwetsuweten A post shared by Samantha Richter (@somesamiam) on Feb 17, 2020 at 2:08pm PST\nView this post on Instagram Screw the pipeline. #wetsuwetenstrong#nativepride#fuckthepipeline#tyendinaga#mohawkterritory#protectourlands#noconsent#noaccess#notresspass#nopipeline#kkkanada#theworldiswatching#shutdowncanada#nopipelinesonstolennativeland A post shared by hailey (@haileyjohnsonnn) on Feb 15, 2020 at 1:18pm PST\nOne of the most well-known protests happening in the country might be the one happening near the railway tracks in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory.\nLand defenders have been there since February 6 and said they won't leave until the RCMP leaves the Wet'suwet'en territory.\nNiagara Falls, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram We are so fortunate to be able to share more photos from Sunday, courtesy of Bill Jacobson. These include coverage from both sides of the bridge. #wetsuwetenstrong #wetsuwetensolidarity #waterislife A post shared by Western New York Peace Center (@wnypeace) on Feb 18, 2020 at 8:07pm PST\nIn Niagara Falls, demonstrations happened on both the Canadian and American sides of the Rainbow Bridge in solidarity with the Wet'suwet'en Nation.\nGuelph, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram Wet'suwet'en solidarity protests at st. Georges square yesterday. Might have changed the pharmasave sign a bit. A post shared by Marc Chislett (@marc_chislett_photos) on Feb 19, 2020 at 6:30am PST\nView this post on Instagram Thank you to “Your Downtown Guelph Friends” for staging this protest. Today, some of our F4F members walked in solidarity for Indigenous land defenders, who are currently fighting for their basic human rights on unceded land. We acknowledge that climate justice requires Indigenous reconciliation, and together we will continue to listen to our Indigenous neighbours in the fight for a Canada that believes in equal rights for all! @climatestrikecanada @fridaysforfuture @fridays_for_future_canada #fridaysforfuture #climatestrike #climatestrikecanada #climatechange #climatechangeisreal #climatecrisis #climateemergency #guelphuniversity #guelph #allthingsguelph #ontario #canada #letstalkclimatechange #activism #timeisnow #actnow Photos by: @guelphtoday 📸 A post shared by Fridays for Future Guelph (@fridaysforfutureguelph) on Feb 18, 2020 at 7:35pm PST\nSupporters also came out in Guelph recently to show their solidarity with signs that said "Protect land defenders" and "Shut down Canada."\nOttawa, Ontario\nView this post on Instagram 19 INDIGENOUS YOUTH AND ALLIES OCCUPY MINISTRY OF JUSTICE BUILDING IN OTTAWA IN SOLIDARITY WITH WET’SUWET’EN FACING RAIDING BY RCMP Indigenous youth and allies in Ottawa condemn the ongoing violent raids conducted by the RCMP of behalf of Coastal GasLink and the province of British Columbia on unceded Wet’suwet’en territories. Wet’suwet’en hereditary have never given consent to a pipeline on their territories. Follow @climatejusticeottawa @indigenoussolidarityottawa. #Wetsuwetenstrong #shutdowncanada A post shared by Nanook Gordon (@nanookfareal) on Feb 10, 2020 at 8:03am PST\nIn our nation's capital, Indigenous youth and allies occupied the Ministry of Justice building condemning the raids by the RCMP.\nSyilx Territory\nView this post on Instagram "I am both war and woman and you cannot stop me." -@nikita_gill #wetsuwetenstrong #landprotectors A post shared by Grace (@graceyves) on Feb 18, 2020 at 6:01pm PST\nView this post on Instagram More pics of the demonstration in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs in Kelowna today! A post shared by Damien (@doggo_damien) on Feb 15, 2020 at 9:07pm PST\nThere were also demonstrations on a bridge in the Syilx Territory in Kelowna, with people standing in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.\nWinnipeg, Manitoba\nView this post on Instagram Some great pictures from the Walk for Wet’suwet’en! WINNIPEG MB STANDS WITH WET’SUWET’EN ✊🏽 #wetsuwetenstrong #waterislife #landback #reconciliationisdead #shutdowncanada #winnipeg (If you see an image of yourself that you don’t want up, please PM me so I can address it ASAP!) A post shared by (tinge) (@veronicasayese) on Feb 18, 2020 at 3:53pm PST\nIn Winnipeg, there was a Walk for Wet’suwet’en at the Manitoba Legislature where people gathered in solidarity, peace and respect.