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With just ten days left for Northern Gateway decision, blockades training underway

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Participants simulate a peaceful blockade (Shaam Semere/CBC).

The federal goverment has just ten days left to decide whether the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline project will go ahead.

Even if the answer is 'yes', that won't likely be the end of the debate.

A number of people are preparing to fight the pipeline through protests and blockades.

This weekend in Prince George there were two days worth of workshops gave tips on how to blockade safely and legally.

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