Go to CTV.ca and you'll see the title for an article that reads, "Demonstrators block Ontario rail crossing"... but wait a minute... something's not quite right.
Oh shoot... looks like they forgot to mention it wasn't seniors supporting "leash laws" or something like that... it was another illegal "aboriginal blockade"... of the most heavily travelled rail corridor in Canada.
Boy... are they ever gonna be embarrassed.
UPDATE: Native blockaders blink...
But Shawn Brant promises more criminal activity will follow.
“I don't think they should expect an apology,” said Mr. Brant, who suggested the blockade was prompted by government inaction on the Mohawk's land claim.And why wouldn't he be willing to do it again and again... if he gets to walk away scot-free here.
Mr. Brant vowed that the occupation of the quarry would continue and that the group would mount further protests. “The disruption on the CN line was a first in a series of economic disruptions, the first in a campaign,” he said.
“We've been occupying the quarry and we have said we will never relinquish it... we will use it as a staging ground for further action.”
Sgt. Kristine Rae, a spokeswoman for the Ontario Provincial Police, said the tracks are being inspected before rail traffic is allowed to resume.It's a dynamic a toddler would understand.
Although the injunction ordered the protesters off the rail tracks and stated anyone who didn't comply would be arrested, Sgt. Rae said no arrests were made.