Protestors who were arrested in B.C. in while blockading a section of the Coastal GasLink pipeline have had all criminal charges against them dropped.
Elected Wet’suwet’en chiefs are calling on Carolyn Bennett—the Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister—to resign immediately.
Elected chiefs have decided not to sign the deal allowing a pipeline to be built in their territory one day after the hereditary chiefs get behind the deal.
Reconciliation, that process of healing from cultural trauma, will not be simple or easy, but it is essential. To declare that it’s dead is to take the easy way out.
Anti-pipeline protesters have blocked the railway tracks in Montreal’s Pointe-Saint-Charles on Monday in support with the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.
The CGL pipeline in British Columbia is expected to resume work after talks between hereditary chiefs and government reached a proposed arrangement.
The Trudeau government and the Wet’suwet’en chiefs have reached an agreement regarding the Costal GasLink pipeline.
CN and Canadian Pacific, have been sharing each other’s rail lines to keep the transportation of essential supplies moving despite protest blockades.
The President of the National Coalition of Chiefs Dale Swampy claimed that some anti-pipeline protestors are paid by environmental activists groups.
Analysts are suggesting that the anti-pipeline protests that have blockaded railways, roads and certain ports are likely to result in a spike in gas prices.
“Will our country be one of the rule of law? Or ill our country be one of the rule of the mob?” Andrew Scheer said in response to Prime Minister Trudeau.
Via Rail announced this morning that CN has notified them that partial routes between Quebec City, Montreal and Ottawa will be back up and running Feb. 20.
A woman of the Westbank First Nation questions the supports hereditary chiefs have for opposing the CostalGas Link pipeline.
The Thousand Islands Bridge, which had been closed down due to a blockade from people protesting the Coastal GasLink pipeline, has been reopened.
Protestors have stormed the office of British Columbia’s attorney general. The same #ShutDownCanada group are also planning to blockade the university.
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