From March 8, 2014, confrontation at Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Posted by wc nativenews on Youtube, from APTN.
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By Jason Miller, The Intelligencer, Sunday, March 9, 2014
Shawn Brant is among three people charged in connection with a confrontation between police and native protesters at the scene of a Tyendinaga Township CN Rail blockade Saturday. Continue reading
Global News/The Canadian Press, March 7, 2014
REXTON, N.B. – A 20-year-old Nova Scotia man has been charged with allegedly throwing Molotov cocktails at police during a shale gas protest in New Brunswick last fall that turned violent. Continue reading
By Krystalline Kraus, Rabble.ca, March 3, 2014
As of Sunday, roughly 70 members and supporters of the Mohawks of Tyendinaga erected a blockade on Shannonville Road, pushing for the Canadian government to host a genuine inquiry into the disappearances and deaths of Indigenous women across Canada — thus stating their dissatisfaction of the Oppal Inquiry. Continue reading
By Luke Hendry, The Intelligencer, February 28, 2014 (via Red Power Media)
First Nations protesters on Friday vowed further demonstrations in the week ahead as they called for a federal inquiry into the issue of missing and murdered aboriginal women. Continue reading
Documents give new insight into clash between police and anti-shale gas protesters in October
CBC News, Feb 19, 2014
A provincial court judge has granted an RCMP request to have access to videotape and photographs taken by CBC and four other media organizations during a clash between police and anti-shale gas protesters in Rexton, N.B., last October. Continue reading
Sinixt Nation, Feb 17, 2014
It was a great day around the fire. Approximately 40-45 people throughout the day stopped by to celebrate. For longer than a month, the Sinixt Nation have made a stand at Sentinel Mountain proving once again that the Sinixt Nation do exist! Continue reading
February 8, 2014
What’s happening? What should we do? What happens next?
WORK HAS STARTED ON THE PIPELINE ROUTE
It’s not clear exactly how much work has been done on the Pacific Trail and Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline route. Most likely they are clearing trees and brush. Worst case: They are digging trenches and laying pipe already. The info from Unis’tot’en Camp says the work is starting from the east and west and it will meet the indigenous blockade in the middle. http://unistotencamp.com/?p=761 Continue reading
Sinixt Nation, Feb 7, 2014
Lim Limt to all the supporters and allies that came and visited us at Mt.
Sentinel. Lim Limt again for the donations of food, coffee, firewood and
money. And above all, Lim Limt to all the stories and laughs shared around
the fire. Continue reading
Finance Minister Blaine Higgs says more money set aside for any 2014 protests
CBC News, Feb 04, 2014
New Brunswick spent $9.5 million policing the shale-gas protests last year, Finance Minister Blaine Higgs said Tuesday.
Demonstrations stretched over six months, as people blocked highways to oppose SWN Resources Canada’s seismic testing. RCMP were present for most protests. Continue reading