Lelu Island

The protest camp on Lelu Island set up in August 2015. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Court battle for Lelu Island dismissed for second time

Gitwilgyoots’ legal fight against Pacific NorthWest LNG decisions is dismissed


The totem pole for Lelu Island was carved by Tsimshian carver Phil Gray. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

In Our Opinion: Lelu unsettled

The raising of the totem pole on Oct. 20 was a statement to be heard in Ottawa


Shannon Lough / The Northern View                                People who support the occupation of Lelu Island, and opposed the Pacific NorthWest LNG project from being built on the site, joined in raising a totem pole on Oct. 20 to deepen the Gitwilgyoots’ claim to the land, despite the Port of Prince Rupert stating it considers the actions as trespassing. For more on the story turn to PAGE A3.

VIDEO and story: Totem pole raised on Lelu after LNG project falls

More than 100 people came to the pole raising on Lelu Island after the end of Pacific NorthWest LNG


Case dismissed over Lelu Island

Case dismissed over Lelu Island

Federal judge finds the applicant failed to provide evidence of community support

Case dismissed over Lelu Island