Trudeau met by Wet’suwet’en supporters at Brock Townhall

By Lynda Powless Editor St CATHARINES, Ont.-Both inside and out,  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau  faced yet more  Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline supporters last Tuesday night when they blocked the main entrance to Brock University. Inside he met more. Wet’suwet’en supporters held up banners and shouted and questioned the Prime MInister during one of his pre-election town hall meetings. Chippewas of the Thames First Nation Chief Myeengun Henry stood outside in the bitter cold to say they were there  to send a message to the Prime Minister. “We want him to notice us. We want him and others to know that we’re not happy with what’s happening out there,” he said at the demonstration. The demonstration is just one of a series of demonstrations that have been launched country wide since  14 people were arrested…

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