Tell RBC executives to stop financing the Coastal GasLink pipeline

Chalk image saying "RBC stop funding fossil fuels"

Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs have resisted the construction of a fracked gas pipeline across their territory since it was first proposed a decade ago. The Coastal GasLink pipeline would allow the expansion of fracked gas production -- even as the climate crisis gets worse.

The Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chief's have been recognized by Canada's Supreme Court as having rights on their land that must be upheld, but their clear and consistent refusal to this project has been ignored. Even worse, heavily militarized RCMP officers with machine guns and sniper rifles have violently arrested land defenders, elders, and journalists -- and the violence continues today. Without RBC, Coastal GasLink could not be bulldozing through Wet'swuet'en land without consent. The pipeline is nowhere near finished, but a major – and risky – engineering project is about to start as Coastal GasLink prepares to drill under the sacred and still drinkable river, the Wedzin Kwa.

This conflict is being directly fuelled by Bay Street banks like RBC.

Use this tool to send a message directly to RBC executives. Tell them to stop profiting from the violation of Indigenous rights.

Tell RBC's executives:
respect Indigenous rights and cancel Coastal GasLink

PERSONALIZE YOUR MESSAGE

Your letter is more effective when it's been personalized by you. The most impactful letters include details about your life, why you care personally, or how you'll be impacted by this decision. For example, are you an RBC customer?

Mr.
David
McKay
RBC
Mr.
Neil
McLaughlin
Group Head, RBC Personal & Commercial Banking
Mr.
Derek
Neldner
Group Head, RBC Capital Markets
Mr.
John
Stackhouse
RBC
CFO
Rod
Bolger
RBC
Head RBC Ventures
Mike
Dobbins
RBC
Chief legal officer
Maria
Douvas
RBC
Chief Risk officer
Graeme
Hepworth
RBC

CLICK HERE TO SEND YOUR MESSAGE