Tell Justin Trudeau to
respect Indigenous rights
and stop seismic blasting

Tell Justin Trudeau to
respect Indigenous rights
and stop seismic blasting

Seismic Blasting

The destructive first step in Arctic oil exploration is so loud it can deafen whales.

Food Security

Seismic blasting threatens all life. For the people of Clyde River, this fight is about the right to eat.

The Supreme Court Case

Last November, this Inuit community took a historic stand for Indigenous rights.

Join in Solidarity

Wherever you are, you can take action that will make a difference.

The Threat

Seismic blasting is threatening life in the Arctic.
All life.

 

Seismic blasting threatens all life in the Arctic. Air cannons fire at the seabed every 10 seconds, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in the search for oil we don’t need, putting communities and marine life at risk. Together, we must ensure dangerous seismic blasting isn’t permitted in these fragile Arctic waters.

 

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The Supreme Court Case

The courageous people of Clyde River are awaiting a Supreme Court ruling on their fight for Inuit rights and Arctic protection. The Canadian government failed to properly consult with the community (as required by law) before granting permits for companies to blast the Arctic in search of oil. Their case will be heard alongside the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation , who are taking a stand to protect their land and water from the risky Line 9 tar sands pipeline. Both verdicts could have profound implications — across Canada and globally.

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The Right to Eat

For millennia, Inuit have lived in harmony with the land and sea in the Arctic region. They’re determined to keep their sustainable culture alive. Seismic blasting is a direct threat to the healthy marine life on which Inuit depend.

 

 

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Join in Solidarity

Let’s show Prime Minister Trudeau that people around the world are supporting Indigenous rights — and he should, too.

Here’s what you can do:

1. Watch and share this video about Clyde River’s fight
2. Follow the community’s Facebook page
3. Sign the petition to Trudeau

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