A barricade came down, another went up and then it came down

On Labour Day Monday a barricade in place for just over three weeks was pulled off Argyle Street.

By Lynda Powless and Chris Pimentel Writers Both Argyle Street and the Hwy 6 bypass have re-opened but not until after Six Nations land protectors/protesters faced a fully armed OPP tactical squad and threats of mass arrest Labour Day Monday. OPP began moving in late Monday after the Argyle Street barricade that had been up for just over three weeks was pulled off the roadway and a new barricade went up at two points on the Highway 6 Caledonia by-pass. OPP and Six Nations police blocked off roads leading to the bypass, no one was able to get in by nightfall. According to one police officer they were trying to clear the area as much as possible. On the bypass cars and trucks  formed a makeshift barricade replaced by a…

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