OPP remove tower from Kanonhstation after night of “cat and mouse”

OPP sit outside the gates to Kanonhstaton (former Douglas Creek Estates development) after removing the remains of a hydro tower and two cement blocks from the front of the site Sunday. (Photo by Jim C Powless)

Ontario Provncial Police removed the remains of a hydro tower and two concrete blocks from the front gates of Kanonhstation (former Douglas Creek Estates housing development) Sunday. Haldimand County OPP said they removed the materials to prevent “ commission of any offence and to prevent the materials from being a traffic hazard.” OPP and protesters faced off Saturday night after OPP chased a man onto the site trying to arrest him. OPP said the man had oustanding warrants. The move triggered hours of a face off between the two with protesters moving the remains of a hydro tower onto the driveway and back onto the site in a game of cat and mouse with OPP. The utility piece was not pushed onto the roadway. Sunday at about 2 p.m., a…

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