Current and Upcoming Events


Protect the Planet participates with members of the community, concerned environmental organizations and indigenous groups in non-violent direct action events to educate and inform the government and the public about the risks and costs associated with this project and ultimately, to stop the expansion of the pipeline.

There are many events that you can attend to get informed and take action. For more information, see Get Involved.

You can also get up to date information on Protect the Planet StopTMX, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Check it out to see how you can make a difference. 


Monday, May 9, 2022 at 9:00am PST, Court House, 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver

Court Support - Stand with Will

Event by Mountain Protectors. Please join us at the BC Supreme Court to support courageous land defender Will George from Tsleil Waututh, at the Court House on Monday, May 9. We'll be at the Hornby and Nelson entrance of the court. Even though the TransMountain pipeline had supposedly halted expansion construction from Dec 16, 2020 to the end of January, 2021, Will was nonetheless convicted for violating the TMX injunction in Jan 2021. His sentencing hearing will occur on May 9. The Crown continues its long history of systemic racism and colonial violence, as it tries to separate Indigenous people from their land. The Crown is supposed to represent the public interest, but instead is effectively acting as a puppet for the pipeline and wilfully ignoring that stopping or slowing down climate crisis is absolutely in the public interest. 

For more information, go here.

The Magnitude of All Things

This award-winning doc was launched in recognition of Earth Day, Friday, April 22. The ongoing viewing options are listed below.

The National Film Board of Canada, the Telus Fund, Cedar Island Films and Flying Eye Productions proudly present a film by Sundance and Genie award-winning-director Jennifer Abbott.

Jennifer Abbott's new documentary The Magnitude of All Things merges stories from the frontlines of climate change with recollections of the loss of her sister, drawing intimate parallels between personal and planetary grief.

You can watch the trailer here. And there is information about hosting your own screening using SMI's Virtual Screening kit and much more here

The PDF has additional information, including viewing options. 


Youth Stop TMX

Youth Stop TMX is a Movement of high school students from across Metro Vancouver fighting to stop the Trans-Mountain Pipeline Expansion. For more information, follow them on Twitter and Instagram.