1. Canada: protests go mainstream as support for Wet'suwet'en pipeline fight widens  The Guardian
  2. Canadian Pipeline Protest Forces Closure Of Major Rail Link  NPR
  3. Pipeline Protests Cripple Canadian Railways, Raising CEOs’ Ire  Bloomberg
  4. A pipeline offers a stark reminder of Canada’s ongoing colonialism  The Washington Post
  5. Explainer: Why are indigenous groups protesting a Canada gas pipeline?  Reuters
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Indigenous protesters are using snow plows and wooden barricades to block a vital cross-country railway to protest construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline they say runs through their land.Indigenous protesters are using snow plows and wooden barricades to block a vital cross-country railway to protest construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline they say runs through their land.

Canadian Pipeline Protest Forces Closure Of Major Rail Link : NPR

Right now, it is very hard to argue that Canada’s treatment of indigenous people actually has progressed.Right now, it is very hard to argue that Canada’s treatment of indigenous people actually has progressed.

GasLink, the Wet’suwet’en people and Canada’s ongoing colonialism - The Washington Post

“Unions are siding with big business against #Wetsuweten activists blockading railroads to stop a gas pipeline It feels disrespectful that WSJ takes pains to spell out corporate brand names yet reduces the Wet'suwet'en nation to “an indigenous group.” https://t.co/4gITxygVsk”

Alexander Kaufman on Twitter: "Unions are siding with big business against #Wetsuweten activists blockading railroads to stop a gas pipeline It feels disrespectful that WSJ takes pains to spell out corporate brand names yet reduces the Wet'suwet'en nation to “an indigenous group.” https://t.co/4gITxygVsk"

“How a landmark B.C. court case set the stage for Wet'suwet'en anti-pipeline protests | CBC News https://t.co/7jpbd3kHns”

Vassy Kapelos on Twitter: "How a landmark B.C. court case set the stage for Wet'suwet'en anti-pipeline protests | CBC News https://t.co/7jpbd3kHns"

“NEW Wet'suwet'en hereditary chief and prominent chef (not a typo) Andrew George is calling for safety as he worries about violence as tensions over the Coastal GasLink pipeline rise #Wetsuweten”

-------- on Twitter: "NEW Wet'suwet'en hereditary chief and prominent chef (not a typo) Andrew George is calling for safety as he worries about violence as tensions over the Coastal GasLink pipeline rise #Wetsuweten… https://t.co/E6sA0CbQSp"

“The BC government has agreed to meet with local First Nation leadership about the CGL pipeline as part of a resolution to take down a CN Rail blockade. @scottfraserndp will go on behalf of B.C. Looks like @MarcMillerVM will go on behalf of the Feds. #Wetsuweten #bcpoli”

Richard Zussman on Twitter: "The BC government has agreed to meet with local First Nation leadership about the CGL pipeline as part of a resolution to take down a CN Rail blockade. @scottfraserndp will go on behalf of B.C. Looks like @MarcMillerVM will go on behalf of the Feds. #Wetsuweten #bcpoli… https://t.co/WOWC2NKNoX"

In Canada, indigenous rights and climate justice advocates are holding protests all over the country, blockading trains, ports, streets, bridges and other transit. Things escalated on Tuesday when protestors blockaded a major rail line connecting Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal halting traffic and forcing nearly 250,000 Via Rail passengers to cancel trips. Students are mobilizing, too, occupying administration buildings and walking out of class. In Canada, indigenous rights and climate justice advocates are holding protests all over the country, blockading trains, ports, streets, bridges and other transit. Things escalated on Tuesday when protestors blockaded a major rail line connecting Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal halting traffic and forcing nearly 250,000 Via Rail passengers to cancel trips. Students are mobilizing, too, occupying administration buildings and walking out of class.

Canadian Police Raided Indigenous Land To Make Way for Pipeline

The Wet'suwet'en Nation is opposed to Coastal GasLink and asked the company to leave citing traditional laws being brokenThe Wet'suwet'en Nation is opposed to Coastal GasLink and asked the company to leave citing traditional laws being broken

'Violations of Wet'suwet'en law'

Demonstrations over the past week have halted traffic in downtown Vancouver and shut down railways throughout the country.Demonstrations over the past week have halted traffic in downtown Vancouver and shut down railways throughout the country.

Protests Continue Across Canada in Solidarity With Wet'suwet'en Land Defenders Fighting Fracked Gas Pipeline | Common Dreams News

The corporate media’s response to the protests has become increasingly frantic, with the National Post raging that Canada is being turned into a “mob city,” while the Edmonton Journal says, “Chaos has come to Canada.”The corporate media’s response to the protests has become increasingly frantic, with the National Post raging that Canada is being turned into a “mob city,” while the Edmonton Journal says, “Chaos has come to Canada.”

Corporate Canada clamours for Trudeau to launch a violent crackdown on anti-pipeline protests - World Socialist Web Site

Protests have broken out across Canada in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land defenders.Protests have broken out across Canada in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land defenders.

The Wet’suwet’en Fight Against New Pipeline Spreads Across Canada

Another protest against the Coastal GasLink Pipeline in Canada has broken out at the Chase Bank at City Centre on E. State Street. The branch location is closed currently, withAnother protest against the Coastal GasLink Pipeline in Canada has broken out at the Chase Bank at City Centre on E. State Street. The branch location is closed currently, with

Protests continue in Ithaca over climate, Canadian pipeline project | Ithaca | ithaca.com

The company on Thursday stated that the measure was imposed after "an advisory from the infrastructure owner" to stop all operations across the nation, prompting Canada's Via Rail to immediately "cancel its services".The company on Thursday stated that the measure was imposed after "an advisory from the infrastructure owner" to stop all operations across the nation, prompting Canada's Via Rail to immediately "cancel its services".

Canada's Major Railway Carriers Suspend Passenger Traffic Nationwide Due to Pipeline Blockade - Sputnik International

Protests against a natural gas pipeline are crippling Canada’s railways — key economic arteries in the sprawling, trade-dependent nation — and prompting cries of “insanity” and “ecoterrorism” from business leaders. Canadian National Railway Co., the country’s largest rail provider, has canceled 400 trains in the past week and said on Thursday that it will shut down its operations in Eastern Canada, possibly leading to temporary layoffs. Via Rail, which operates passenger train service across the nation, is canceling all services effective immediately. The cancellations mark . . .Protests against a natural gas pipeline are crippling Canada’s railways — key economic arteries in the sprawling, trade-dependent nation — and prompting cries of “insanity” and “ecoterrorism” from business leaders.

Pipeline Protests Cripple Canadian Railways | 2020-02-14 | SupplyChainBrain

VICTORIA — Anti-pipeline protests that have severed vital freight and passenger rail links across Canada could heat up today, with the added threat of activists planning to shut down government offices in British Columbia’s capital. Protests continue as political leaders look to negotiate solutions, while business leaders, opposition politicians and ordinary people call for immediate action to end the disruptions, which […]

Pipeline protests expected today, governments to meet with First Nations - 660 NEWS

City-bound Canadians can believe that Indigenous opinion is monolithic – and that’s especially dangerous thinking when it comes to the complicated Coastal GasLink standoffCity-bound Canadians can believe that Indigenous opinion is monolithic – and that’s especially dangerous thinking when it comes to the complicated Coastal GasLink standoff

Opinion: Where are the solidarity protests for the First Nations that support Coastal GasLink? - The Globe and Mail

David Moscrop: When resistance to the current order arises, citizens are put to the test. We are forced to reveal our allegiances. What do we think is right and just?David Moscrop: When resistance to the current order arises, citizens are put to the test. We are forced to reveal our allegiances. What do we think is right and just?

The need for protest - Macleans.ca

A commentary by the mayor of Victoria. This past week has been very challenging as a settler, ally, mayor and Canadian. Across the country, on the Island, and here in our city, there have . . .A commentary by the mayor of Victoria. This past week has been very challenging as a settler, ally, mayor and Canadian. Across the country, on the Island, and here in our city, there have . . .

Comment: Behind the protests, two conflicting systems | Times Colonist

A new study from Vancouver based Angus Reid shows a divided Canada when it comes to pipeline protests, specifically the $6.6 billion natural gas Coastal Gaslink pipeline.A new study from Vancouver based Angus Reid shows a divided Canada when it comes to pipeline protests, specifically the $6.6 billion natural gas Coastal Gaslink pipeline.

Only two-in-five support protesters in natural gas project dispute - BC News - Castanet.net

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