By Tyler Kula, Sarnia Observer, Thursday, July 25, 2013
Aamjiwnaang First Nation activist Ron Plain has been ordered to pay more than $16,000 to CN Rail for his role in a 13-day blockade that was part of the Idle No More movement.
On Wednesday in Ontario Superior Court, Justice Bruce G. Thomas ordered Plain to pay $16,584.87 to CN to cover the company’s legal costs. Read the rest of this entry
By Kenneth Jackson, APTN National News, Dec 30, 2012
A blockade of a CN Rail main freight line is going into its third day north of Vancouver.
Chief Garry John of the Seton Lake Indian Band says community members put up the blockade Friday at 3 p.m. in solidarity with Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence’s hunger strike that began Dec. 11 in Ottawa. Read the rest of this entry
CTV News/The Canadian Press, Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012
SARNIA, Ont. — The mayor of Sarnia says city police do not plan to shut down a CN Rail blockade by First Nations activists as long as no one is hurt in the protest.
Mike Bradley says CN obtained a court injunction that leaves it to police in the southwestern Ontario city to decide whether to end the three-day-old blockade. Read the rest of this entry