Saskatoon Wet’suwet’en camp

Saskatoon Wet’suwet’en camp

For three days, McNab and Kelly have remained at the camp, which is on CP property but not on the tracks. They eat their meals by a fire and sleep in a tent just metres away from where trains pass, albeit slowly.

Meet the two 19-year-olds at the heart of the Saskatoon Wet’suwet’en camp

Kiyari McNab and David Kelly set up camp along the Canadian Pacific Rail tracks in Saskatoon on Saturday afternoon to demonstrate their support for the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs against the construction of the LNG Coastal GasLink pipeline. They haven’t left.

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