Thursday, January 3, 2013 | Categories: Features |
As the Idle no More movement grows, so does the tension.
CN lawyers have been to court in Sarnia, Ontario, to try and stop a railway blockade by the Aamjiwnaang First Nation, which has been disrupting services since December 21st.
The protesters have been ordered to dismantle the blockade. But they're not the only ones facing possible legal action. The chief of Sarnia's police has also been ordered to appear in court.
We spoke to Mike Bradley, the mayor of Sarnia.