creeker zine vol. 3

As the rain finally returns and the temperatures drop, we would like to celebrate the change in season by announcing that Creeker Volume 3 has been released. The variety of submissions over the series has meant that, like the Fairy Creek blockades themselves, each volume is many things. However, slight themes seem to have emerged: if Volume 1 was more celebratory and Volume 2 was more critical, Volume 3 is perhaps more reflective.

The newest installment in the series includes history, poetry, collages, analysis, and reflection, plus a whole section dedicated to the inspiring forest defense currently happening in Atlanta.

The Creeker Companion Vol 2 is out now as well, featuring essays, poetry and communiques, touching on movement history, state repression, vigilantes, and more.

Creeker Vol 4 is slowly being put together and submissions are encouraged. Stories and art are especially welcome, but everything received will be considered. Send submissions to by November 31.

A newly remastered version of a zine coming out of the Elaho blockade of 2001 has also been made available.

Go to to view or print all zines in the series.

Printed copies are available at Camas Books in Victoria and Spartacus Books in Vancouver.

Happy Culvert Season 😉
Direct link to Creeker Vol 3

Direct link to Creeker Companion Vol 2

Direct link to the remastered Elaho zine

You can download this zine from the link above or directly from BC Counter Info below.


between storms

Below is a copy of Between Storms. This zine is designed to be printed in an 11×17 format, the center layout and texts may be difficult to read if your using regular paper.

We have assembled this publication in solidarity with the ongoing Wet’suwet’en resistance to industrial expansion. This struggle for Indigenous self determination and land defence has become a landmark moment of rupture across the colonial nation of Canada and beyond. We felt the need to compile this zine in an effort to take a step back and witness the breadth and fierceness of these last few years – with a particular focus on the year that has just passed since the start of ‘Coyote Camp’ and the specific battle against the attempt to drill under Wedzin Kwa.

Inside you will find an overview of Wet’suwet’en resistance from the emergence of Unistot’en Camp until the most recent endeavors on the Gidumt’en yintah, as well as the closely related Lihkts’amisyu actions and Gitxsan rail blockades nearby. We’ve included a centerfold map outlining the widespread scope of coast to coast solidarity actions from fall 2021 to summer 2022, along with communiques found online that offer reflections and analysis from people behind some of these actions. The topic of anti­-repression and overturning the state’s attempts to isolate and criminalize us is also explored. A Well Oiled Trap introduces the history of the British common law, tracing it as foundational to the Canadian state, its justice system and colonial projects, outlining their incompatibility with our dreams. Lastly, we address another anti­pipeline fight brewing up in Gitxsan territory (Wet’suwet’ens neighbors and ancient allies); An analysis of the proposed related projects is presented in the article Face to Face with the Enemy: An Introduction to WCCGT line, PRGT line and Ksi Lisims LNG Terminal.


Neo-Nazi Alert – Rickshaw Theater, Vancouver, BC, Canada October 9, 2022

On October 9, 2022 the band Vastatum is scheduled to open for Polish metal band Batushka at the Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Vastatum, a two-piece band, includes Trevor ‘Luzifaust’ King who has decades long and deep associations with the leadership of neo-Nazi organizations including Vinland Hammerskins (formerly Northern Hammerskins), Blood and Honour International and Volksfront International.

The presence of Vastatum and white nationalist followers poses an extreme threat to the audience, venue staff and to the surrounding community. Vinland Hammerskins, Blood and Honour and Volksfront are international neo-Nazi organizations that in addition to assaults and murders (singular and mass) use the music industry as a front for business and recruitment.


PDF of “Between the Storms” forthcoming

As promised at the Victoria Anarchist Bookfair a PDF of the zine “Between the Storms – Anarchist Reflections of Solidarity with Wetsuwet’en Resistance” will be posted here soon. An updated edition is currently in the works and almost done.

Uncategorized An interactive map of extractive infrastructure in BC

There is a ever growing amount of pipelines and other extractive projects within so-called “british columbia”. It is challenging to understand the scope of this infrastructure and how each project relates to others.

We collected information about planned, in construction, and completed projects and combined them into one map. We also include all freight rail lines. 

We publish this map to gain collective perspective on the state of extractive industry in bc. We will continue adding new data as it emerges. If there are any projects that you want added you can email 

The map is entirely hosted on our server. Your browser won’t connect to google or open street map. If it is slow, this is probably why 🙂

TOR (slightly glitchy): http://ddoa2hephx2q7bqi4qbdaizmigpvqzpnprebqlophukrc4nncmfzvqad.onion