In an online posting last week, the Indigenous Youth for Wet’suwet’en, said they were travelling to B.C. and asked for public support in terms of dollars...
Work starts again on Coastal GasLink pipeline despite deal not being done with hereditary chiefs.
A new poll shows Canadians now overwhelmingly support the Coastal GasLink project with a huge jump in approval since rail blockades started to paralyze the country.
The Office of the Wetsuwet’en, upon whom media attention is focussed, is a quarter-century-old green quango sustained by governments and philanthropies.
The “hereditary chiefs” have done a masterful job of pulling the wool over many people’s eyes. It’s time to expose them for the moochers, hypocrites, thugs...
Saying Canadians have "run out of patience", Justin Trudeau on Friday called for Indigenous protesters to remove their rail barricades immediately.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said he is concerned that if police don't start dealing with rail protesters across the country, Canadians will do so.
A radical group has urged train blockaders in Canada to use terrorism to step up the campaign against the Coastal GasLink pipe.
In Quebec though, Premier François Legault warned protesters police were set to move to clear them away later Thursday.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held a meeting with top federal political opposition leaders over the rail blockades across the country – but didn't invite the leader...