One year ago Friday, the RCMP in New Brunswick raided a Mi’kmaq Warrior camp.
Public Safety Canada omitted last year’s explosive confrontation between police and Mi’kmaq warriors from a list of protests monitored by Ottawa’s national security nerve centre, records show.
A few dozen protestors braved heavy wind and rain to voice their concerns over shale gas exploration.
SWN Resources Canada continued its seismic testing along the highway near Rexton.
Trucks belonging Houston-based SWN Resources were back looking for shale gas deposits in eastern New Brunswick yesterday.
Tensions were high at times as the company has an injunction against protestors so it can get its work done before winter.
APTN National News A Houston-based resource company is pushing back at protestors in New Brunswick….
APTN National News While temperatures may be dropping there’s no sign of the Mi’kmaq blockade…
It’s been a month since a police raid near Rexton, New Brunswick on an anti-fracking camp captured the country’s attention.
SWN Resources Canada is planning to resume its controversial shale gas seismic exploration work on Wednesday, according to Elsipogtog War Chief John Levi
An RCMP officer involved in the Oct. 17 raid on a Mi’kmaq-led anti-fracking camp in New Brunswick is under an internal investigation for saying “Crown land belongs to the government, not to fucking natives.”