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Police Dismantle Rail Blockade in Eastern Canada

Canadian police on Monday dismantled a rail blockade led by indigenous antipipeline protesters that had choked off passenger and freight-rail targeted visitors for more than two months.

The shift threatens to cause a fresh new round of indigenous-led protests and marches, observers say. The police intervention also marks an additional setback for Primary Minister Justin Trudeau’s energy to support the having difficulties power sector when championing a robust weather-adjust plan and reconciliation with the country’s 1.seven million indigenous individuals.