First Nations and allies in British Columbia, Canada, are protesting an expansion of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline by building 10 tiny houses in its proposed path, which runs through more than 300 miles of Secwepemcul'ecw, unceded tribal territory.
Resistance everywhere. Good.
This illustrates how positive acts, in this case building tiny solar powered homes directly in the path, are beyond peer as acts of protest.
And too, the homes give them an easily understood universal image for their PR work.