Mark Ruffalo, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Stiller and more stars sign letter protesting Canadian gas pipeline – Reuters News in France and abroad

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Hollywood stars have come together to write a letter to City National’s parent company, the Royal Bank of Canada, to defund Canada’s gas pipeline.

The letter, signed in solidarity, urges the Royal Bank of Canada to “withdraw its support for the Coastal GasLink pipeline, effective immediately.”

The letter goes on to say, “City National Bank’s parent company, Royal Bank of Canada, is funding the climate crisis and violating the rights of Indigenous peoples.

Mark Ruffalo narrates a two-minute video explaining what the Coastal GasLink pipeline is doing to Wet’suwet’en Nation country.
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Over 65 celebritiesincluding Mark Ruffalo, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Stiller, Scarlett Johansson, Taika Waititi, Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandon and Robert Downey Jr., banded together to send the letter to parent company City National Bank.

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City National Bank was dubbed the “Bank of Stars” and acquired Royal Bank of Canada in 2015.

Some of the celebrities mentioned filmed an awareness video together, using the hashtag #NoMoreDirtyBanks.

Leonardo DiCaprio is joined by more than 65 other celebrities to protest the Royal Bank of Canada.
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Ruffalo launched the video explaining the bank’s involvement in the Coastal GasLink pipeline.

“Right now, major banks like the Royal Bank of Canada are funding a fractured gas pipeline bulldozing through Wet’suwet’en Nation lands in northern British Columbia, Canada. »

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He went on to say, “The Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs never consented to this pipeline construction out of their fears, which would endanger the sacred springs of the Wedzin Kwa River, but that’s where it’s at.” gets complicated. »

Ben Stiller is joined by a long list of celebrities boycotting the Canada Gas pipeline.

Ben Stiller is joined by a long list of celebrities boycotting the Canada Gas pipeline.
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“The Supreme Court of Canada has recognized the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs as the rightful title holders to the land, but the companies still get away with consulting only the government-appointed ‘elected leaders’ colonial. »

In a statement to Varietywho released the letter as an announcement, Coastal GasLink said, “Since the project began, Coastal GasLink has sought to engage and consult with Wet’suwet’en homes through the Office of Wet’ suwet’en et du We want to listen and seek meaningful ways to address interests and concerns, including ensuring the pipeline is built under the Morice River using the safest technology available.

“Coastal GasLink recognizes that Indigenous reconciliation and the fight against climate change are essential to creating a better and more sustainable world,” the statement added. We encourage anyone interested to take the time to understand all the facts and the important role that Indigenous communities play in the development and construction of the project. »

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Royal Bank of Canada did not respond to the video or letter.

Representatives for Royal Bank of Canada and City National Bank did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

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Mark Ruffalo, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Stiller and more stars sign letter protesting Canadian gas pipeline – Reuters News in France and abroad