Mi’kmaq warriors are vowing to keep an eye on the Nova Scotia mining association’s attempt to access minerals on the sacred Kluscap mountain.
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About 40 supporters crowded into a Moncton courtroom Thursday to learn the fate of two Mi’kmaq warriors on gun-related charges laid against them during last October’s anti-fracking protest in New Brunswick.
The Canadian military used its count-intelligence unit to monitor the aftermath of last October’s RCMP raid on a Mi’kmaq Warrior Society-led anti-fracking camp in New Brunswick in preparation for the eventuality the situation went “sideways,” according to internal document obtained by APTN National News.
Warriors from Elsipogtog First Nation are preparing to confront the machinery owned by a Houston-based energy firm conducting shale gas exploration work just north of the Mi’kmaq community.
A heavy RCMP presence is in an area Tuesday where a Houston-based energy company is expected to resume its controversial shale gas exploration.