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    End Of The Line

    This is a webisodic documentary about resistors to the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline. We wanted to put faces and names to the so-called “radicals” who have stood up and said no to the Petro Stat...
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    "We're Here to Stay."

    Uploaded Sep 17, 2012
    The third and final chapter of "End of the Line". How far will people go to protect their home and way of life?

    Federal pipeline hearings arrive in the coastal First Nations community of Bella Bella -- well, not quite. After a trumped-up security scare, the Joint Review Panel decides to set up shop on the other side of Lama Passage. Heiltsuk paddlers canoe across to support community members delivering testimony. Upon their arrival, they learn that representatives from Enbridge -- the company that wants to build the pipeline in the first place -- won't be attending.

    Chief Councillor Marilyn Slett, Tribal Councillor Jessie Housty, lawyer Carrie Humchitt and Hereditary Chief Harvey Humchitt tell the story of the pipeline debate from the Heiltsuk point of view, sharing their vision of a sustainable future on the B.C. coast.

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    End Of The Line

    "We're Here to Stay."

    Uploaded Sep 17, 2012
    The third and final chapter of "End of the Line". How far will people go to protect their home and way of life?

    Federal pipeline hearings arrive in the coastal First Nations community of Bella Bella -- well, not quite. After a trumped-up security scare, the Joint Review Panel decides to set up shop on the other side of Lama Passage. Heiltsuk paddlers canoe across to support community members delivering testimony. Upon their arrival, they learn that representatives from Enbridge -- the company that wants to build the pipeline in the first place -- won't be attending.

    Chief Councillor Marilyn Slett, Tribal Councillor Jessie Housty, lawyer Carrie Humchitt and Hereditary Chief Harvey Humchitt tell the story of the pipeline debate from the Heiltsuk point of view, sharing their vision of a sustainable future on the B.C. coast.

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    End Of The Line

    This is a webisodic documentary about resistors to the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.

    We wanted to put faces and names to the so-called “radicals” who have stood up and said no to the Petro State.

    We wanted to meet the people who are willing to stand between a pipeline company and the land their grandchildren will inherit.

    During the summer of 2012, while we filmed these three episodes, we got to see the debate shift up close. Thanks to people like the ones you'll meet in these videos, public opinion started to change.

    Now it looks more difficult than ever for the pipeline's backers.

    Thanks for being a part of that shift -- and for your interest as we documented the process.

    Meegwetch. Arigato.

    All our relations.

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