Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Prepare for road, rail blockades on May 29: Mohawk activist

OTTAWA — The Mohawk protester who helped shut down a stretch of Ontario's
busiest highway last June says Canadians can expect more disruption on May

That's the date chiefs across the country have circled for another day of
peaceful demonstration to push for urgent action on native poverty. Shawn
Brant, who led highway and railroad blockades near Kingston, Ont., last
June, says placard-waving won't cut it.

(Full article at: http://canadianpress.google.com/article/ALeqM5heaq8ApZNXF-Etl1d06u9TkSZnzw)

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