One year ago Friday, the RCMP in New Brunswick raided a Mi’kmaq Warrior camp.
A group opposed to fracking in New Brunswick made a three-day trek to make a point.
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.
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SWN is turning to a new legal tactic to disrupt the demonstrators.
They’re suing individual activists.
Shale gas protestors in New Brunswick received support from Idle No More Tuesday.
Spirits were high along Hwy. 11 despite the events of Monday when seven people were arrested.
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.
For months protestors – many from the Elsipogtog First Nation – have faced off against the RCMP.
While members of Elsipogtog played a central role in the protests none of them are named in this injunction.
APTN National News A Houston-based resource company is pushing back at protestors in New Brunswick….