Thursday,
20 February 2020

Trudeau

'This is not violence': Counter-protesters tear down blockade on CN rail line in Edmonton (2)
One of the organizers said they had planned to maintain the blockade until Justin Trudeau intervened and the RCMP left WetБ─(tm)suwetБ─(tm)en territory The Canadian Press Updated: February 19, 2020 EDMONTON - A blockade set up on a Canadian National rail line on the western edge of Edmonton in support of Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs was being dismantled - at least temporarily - Wednesday after a handful of counter-protesters showed up.
Premiers call for meeting with Trudeau on Thursday to discuss 'peaceful resolution' of 'illegal blockades' (2)
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney described the situation as 'anarchy' while Quebec Premier Francois Legault demanded Trudeau issue an ultimatum to the protesters OTTAWA - A growing chorus of premiers is calling for the federal government to put a swift end to railway blockades across the country, as layoffs begin to mount and fears of supply shortages grow. On Wednesday, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney described the situation as
Ministers Б─≥availableБ─≥ to meet WetБ─≥suwetБ─≥en chiefs but chiefs wonБ─≥t be there (2)
The opposition by the WetБ─(tm)suwetБ─(tm)en hereditary chiefs to a natural gas pipeline has seized the economy as protesters blockade roads and railways in several parts of Canada. The Canadian Press Updated: February 19, 2020 Na'moks, a spokesman for the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs, holds a press conference in Smithers, B.C., Tuesday, Jan.7, 2020, Amy Smart / THE CANADIAN PRESS Canada's minister in charge of Indigenous relations is making a bid to meet
Protesters block rail line west of Edmonton in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en (2)
By Caley Ramsay Global News Posted February 19, 2020 9:51 am Updated February 19, 2020 9:56 am 2:46 Protestors block rail line west of Edmonton in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en WATCH ABOVE: A group of protesters set up a blockade along a rail line west of Edmonton Wednesday morning, as Wet'suwet'en solidarity blockades continue in communities across Canada.
'What is happening here is anarchy': Premiers call for swift end to rail blockades (1)
A conference call on the crisis was scheduled for Wednesday afternoon with all of Canada's premiers aiming to present a unified view of what is needed to solve the crisis Ryan Tumilty Updated: February 19, 2020 OTTAWA - A growing chorus of premiers is calling for the federal government to put a swift end to railway blockades across the country as layoffs and other economic consequences begin to mount. The Liberal government is so far rejecting those calls however, refusing to
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