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Quebec protesters maintain rail blockade a day after court ordered it taken down –

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 202064 Views

February 21, 2020

ST-LAMBERT, Que. — About two dozen protesters remain at a blockade south of Montreal in defiance of an injunction delivered Thursday ordering them to leave the site and stop disrupting rail traffic.

Police patrols passed by the blockade in St-Lambert, Que., regularly overnight but there was no sign of a mobilization to eject the protesters from the site on Canadian National Railway tracks.

The blockade in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs in British Columbia has interrupted rail service for suburban commuters and for Via Rail travellers between Montreal and Quebec City.

The injunction granted to CN by Superior Court Justice France Dulude authorizes “any police services or peace officers” to assist the company in executing the order.

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