The two New Brunswick RCMP officers knocked on Malcolm Ward’s door Wednesday morning while the Mi’kmaq man played with his one year-old son River in the living room.
An Elsipogtog First Nation woman says an RCMP investigator tried to intimidate her away from filing a formal complaint against the driver of a white pick-up which struck her during a demonstration on a New Brunswick highway last week.
A Houston-based energy company that has faced ferocious resistance from a Mi’kmaq-led coalition is ending its shale gas exploration work for the year, says Elsipogtog War Chief John Levi.
Elsipogtog First Nation Chief Aaron Sock said his community would not be backing down from its battle with a Houston-based energy firm exploring for shale gas in the region.
Elsipogtog First Nation community member Marie Simon said she blacked out in the back of the RCMP paddy wagon just before her epileptic seizure.
Late Monday evening, after the tires were set on fire, a group of anti-fracking demonstrators round danced against a backdrop of flames in the middle of a New Brunswick highway while they waited for the RCMP to respond.
Demonstrations continued Monday against the exploration work of a Houston-based energy firm looking for shale gas deposits along a New Brunswick highway.
Five people were arrested while RCMP officers and cruisers were pelted with rocks as confrontations continued Friday on a New Brunswick highway where a Houston-based energy company is trying to complete shale gas exploration work.
APTN National News While temperatures may be dropping there’s no sign of the Mi’kmaq blockade…