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 Redeye - Co-op Radio 
 Freda Huson
 Redeye Collective  
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Freda Huson is spokesperson for the Unis’tot’en clan of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation in the central Interior of BC. She has built a cabin on her land directly on the proposed route of a gas pipeline. The Pacific Trails pipeline will transport one billion cubic feet of gas per day from the hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, sites at Summit Lake, BC, to Kitimat. Freda Huson was recorded at the event She Speaks: Indigenous women oppose the tar sands held in Vancouver on September 19.
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00:18:46 English 2012-10-15
 Vancouver, BC
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