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If you plan on protesting, the BCCLA wants you to know your rights

Protesters against Enbridge's proposed Northern Gateway pipeline are shown gathering outside the Joint Review Panel's final argument hearings in Terrace, B.C., in June 2013. A B.C. civil liberties group says documents show that police and CSIS conducted unconstitutional and possibly illegal actions by gathering information on peaceful activists who opposed the pipeline. (Robin Rowland/CP)

With tensions mounting over various natural resource projects in northern B.C., a number of people have threatened to blockades protests. Now the B.C. Civil Liberties Association is touring northern B.C. to people about their rights when it comes to protesting. Daybreak's George Baker speaks to Josh Paterson, executive director of the BCCLA.

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