May 19, 2004: Largest first nations demonstration in B.C. history descends upon the Legislature in Victoria, largely thanks to Gateway.
Oct. 25, 2006: Carrier Sekani Tribal Council files a federal challenge to the joint review panel created to assess the Gateway pipeline.
Aug. 7, 2008: Opinion survey finds 72-per-cent support in B.C. for an oil tanker ban.
Dec. 5, 2008: Small group of shareholders agrees to press Enbridge to investigate environmental risks of Gateway.
March 24, 2009: Protesters use the 20th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez disaster to stage a "No Tankers Day" in B.C.
May 6, 2009: First nations protesters confront Enbridge at its annual general meeting in Toronto.
June 2009: First nations from across B.C. and Alberta sign a declaration against Pacific exports of oil sands crude.
May 8, 2010: Norm Hann leaves Kitimat on a 300-kilometre paddleboard trip to raise awareness about Gateway. It is one of 500 individual protest actions.
June 21, 2010: Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff pledges to oppose oil tanker traffic off B.C.'s north coast.
July 5, 2010: Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson convenes a meeting to question increased tanker traffic in Burrard Inlet.