Kahnawake Mohawks temporarily block Mercier Bridge in solidarity with #NoDAPL actions

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The Mercier Bridge was temporarily blocked by Mohawks in Kahnawake. The bridge is a vital commuter link to Montreal. Photo: CBC News.

Kahnawake community members had erected blockade in show of solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux

CBC News, October 28, 2016

Indigenous activists briefly blocked a Mercier Bridge access ramp in a show of solidarity with opponents of a pipeline project in North Dakota, Kahnawake Peacekeepers said Friday night.

The activists erected a blockade on Highway 132 around 5 p.m., preventing motorists from taking one of the South Shore on-ramps.

The protest ended around 7 p.m., Peacekeepers said.

The protest was in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux, who have been holding a series of protests in recent months against the Dakota Access pipeline in southern North Dakota.

Riot police broke up a protest camp there on Thursday, drawing condemnation from Indigenous groups across the U.S. and Canada.

Posted on October 30, 2016, in Oil & Gas and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. What kinds of condemnations and from who? Because it’s not the ‘right kind” of protest?

  2. How can citizens get involved to support

  3. Good for them I hope this will bring some ATTENTION to this! It is terrible how those people ar being treated!

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