Upcoming & Recent 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 ways to take action. See Get Involved.

You can also get up-to-date information on Protect the Planet StopTMX from Twitter, Facebook and Instagram


Thursday September 22, October 27, November 24, and December 15, 2022 from 7:30-9:00pm on ZOOM

Protect the Planet Action Team Meeting 

Join other Protect the Planet volunteers to plan for a fall season of action. Previous Action Team members have expressed interest in planning educational activities, art projects, Hug 2.0, and working with politician. Together we will find the best way to use these ideas to Stop TMX. 

On a variety of Thursday this fall from 7:30-9:00pm join us on zoom to brainstorm and collaborate as a group of people dedicated to the common cause of stopping the pipeline. Please register as a volunteer and click here to get the ZOOM link.


Saturday September 17, 2022 - a Pre-Rally celebration at 1:30 (9119 Avalon Avenue) and Rally at 2:30 (8765 Government Street) in Burnaby

A March and Rally to Protect Stoney Creek

Rally for the Planet and celebrate one of the few remaining iconic salmon streams on Burnaby Mountain. Meet the green new deal as outlined in person by Anjali Appadurai! We will also be celebrating Watch House Elder Jim Leyden's 70th birthday! The rally is on Stoney Creek which Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project intends to cross with a trench at 8765 Government Street in Burnaby. 

The birthday party has to be held a half kilometer away from there because Judge Fitzpatrick has forbidden the Watch House Elder from being that close to TMX construction (see map).