Protest


WATCH: Anti-shutdown protestor licks statue of Sir John A. MacDonald in defiance of coronavirus

An anti-lockdown protestor licked a statue at Queen's Park in Toronto today so to display his resentment over Canada's closure.

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WATCH: Child almost hit with incendiary device at antifa protest

Disturbing footage has emerged from a Chicago May Day demonstration where left-wing groups and antifa converged to protest.One small child is almost hit by a flare on the street.

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Citizens to hold rally to protest shutdown measures in Toronto

Toronto is the next city set to host a major protest against government imposed restrictions, scheduled for April 25 at Queen’s Park.

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Michigan citizens flood streets to protest governor's coronavirus overreach

Protestors covered the streets of Lancing with hundreds of vehicles to show their disapproval for Gov. Whitmer’s executive shut down order.

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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.

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Lead anti-pipeline protestor is American

While BC’s Lower Mainland continues to see protests and blockades around the area, the background of some of the protestors are being put into question.

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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.

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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.

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$850 million worth of manufactured goods are ‘sitting idle’ every day that rail lines are blocked

Blockades across the country continue to put a halt on the Canadian economy as goods cannot be transported to where they need to be.

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Ten need-to-know facts about the #ShutDownCanada anti-pipeline protests

Top 10 facts about the #ShutDownCanada illegal protests, which are still crippling Canada’s vital infrastructure, including rail, highways and bridges.

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WATCH: Eco-radicals sing epic ‘tree murder’ song in front of Seattle City Council

Eco-activists sang an epic song at Seattle City Council on Wednesday to protest trees being “murdered.”

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Radical blogs are instructing activists on how to sabotage Canada’s train tracks

Left-wing blogs have been offering instructions and maps during the #ShutDownCanada protests on how to blockade and damage train tracks and other pieces of Canada’s infrastructure.

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Via Rail says service will take at least 36 hours to resume once blockades clear

Via Rail has stated that the rail service will take around 36 hours to recommence once the solidarity blockades are finished.

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WATCH: Wet’suwet’en Nation members explain why they support pipelines

Many in the Wet’suwet’en Nation don’t support the anti-pipeline protests. Shirley Wilson and others shared reasons for supporting the project.

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VIA suspends Toronto – Montreal travel until Thursday due to anti-pipeline blockade

VIA Rail has announced that it is suspending travel between Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal as a result of the ongoing blockade by anti-pipeline protestors.

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