|TYENDINAGA: Mohawk leader Kanenhariyo and Wet'suwet'en Chief Woos Frank Alec showing the alliance between two nations at the Tyendinaga Press Conference on Feb 21st.|
Photo Cred: ROZENN NICOLLE Radio Canada
TYENDINAGA: Joint Wet'suwet'en -Mohawk Press Conference, Feb 21.
Photo Cred: Real Peoples Media
Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs Remain Resolute Against RCMP Occupation of Yintah while Prime Minister Trudeau states "the injuctions must be obeyed and barricades must come down."
Note: This statement comes after Trudeau's announcement Friday afternoon that all rail blockades must come down now. A SWAT team was dispatched to the rail blockade at St. Lambert in south Montreal. Then, about 10 pm, rail blockaders said a line of police were approaching, and then, "It's all over for now." Rail blockades continue throughout Canada. -- Censored News
Women's Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu [Toronto]
Conceding to the concerns of industry, the PM stated in a press conference this afternoon that "we have reached the limit of what we can do 'unilaterally' as the Federal Government, and now it is up to indigenous leaders to find solutions to continue on the path of reconciliation."