The Protect the Inlet Flotilla hosted water protectors and families from across the Salish Sea on Saturday, as hundreds gathered to paddle together from the ancient village site of Whey-ah-Wichen, at Cates Park in North Vancouver across Slilwat, Burrard Inlet, to the razor-wire fence Kinder Morgan put up without consent where Elder Ta’ah Amy George led a water ceremony.

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