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6 months ago

First Nations protestors continue blockades despite injunction

Protesters claim their constitutional right to hunt within their territory is being violated by individuals who are merely granted the privilege to do so by the government.

Noah David Alter
a year ago

TRAIN DRAIN: Illegal blockades cost Canada $275 MILLION in three weeks

The Canadian Parliamentary Budget Officer has revealed through a report that the illegal rail blockades cost the economy $275 million over a few weeks.

Nico Johnson
a year ago

Railway blockaders temporarily stop traffic before peacefully dismantling

On Thursday, a blockade that was set up by Mohawk community protestors in Kahnawake almost a month ago was taken down peacefully.

Sam Edwards
a year ago

Anti-pipeline blockade in Mohawk community still active after agreement reached

A blockade in a Mohawk community is still in place after an agreement on land rights was reached by government ministers and Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.

Sam Edwards
a year ago

CN Rail train collides with Tyendinaga protestors’ wooden blockade

On Wednesday a Canadian National Railway train collided with wooden logs and pallets while travelling across tracks near a highway 49 overpass.

Sam Edwards
a year ago

Canadian farmers losing $63 million a week due to ongoing rail blockades

Meat and grain supply chains are being held up by the rail blockades across Canada and storage capacity is becoming a big problem.

Sam Edwards
a year ago

Protest re-emerges on critical Ontario rail line after being dismantled by police

A protest started in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory while CN Rail was attempting to continue their service on a critical route to eastern Canada.

Sam Edwards
a year ago

CN Rail and CP team up to evade anti-pipeline blockades

CN and Canadian Pacific, have been sharing each other’s rail lines to keep the transportation of essential supplies moving despite protest blockades.

Quinn Patrick
a year ago

POLL: 63 percent of Canadians support police intervention in anti-pipeline blockades

A recent poll suggests that the amount of Canadians against the blockades and in support police intervention is on the rise

Sam Edwards
a year ago

Trudeau to hold meeting with premiers over anti-pipeline blockades

Prime Minister Trudeau will hold a meeting with the Canadian premiers to update what the government’s plan to deal with anti-pipeline protestors blockades

Quinn Patrick
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