Minister meets with pipeline protesters at Ont. rail blockade

Minister meets with pipeline protesters at Ont. rail blockade 1


Minister of Indigenous Services Marc Miller speaks to reporters ahead of visiting with anti-pipeline demonstrators near Belleville, Ont.

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26 Comments on "Minister meets with pipeline protesters at Ont. rail blockade"

  1. Michael Stewart | February 15, 2020 at 3:45 PM | Reply

    This guy has been compromised.

  2. work fast sleep faster | February 15, 2020 at 3:45 PM | Reply

    Who is this disgrace MP sinister

  3. Insincere, and weak.

  4. Laurie Huntley | February 15, 2020 at 4:18 PM | Reply

    Did they get there in trucks, Indians and Government? Hypocrites

  5. Four minutes of political speak, from a snake-oil salesman, that I will never get back.

  6. PopGoesTheGoomba | February 15, 2020 at 4:47 PM | Reply

    Costing tens of millions a day and thebpolice wont even enforce the law. This would never happen in the states

    • PopGoesTheGoomba − I heard the number has been calculated to be one billion a day, but that is not including the 6,000 workers that will be laid off. btw, have you heard? The maritimes have already cut off propane for business use and is expected to run out of propane needed for heating tomorrow.

    • Laurie Huntley | February 15, 2020 at 5:19 PM | Reply

      PopGoesTheGoomba : of course it would.

  7. no pipelines in Canada, Keep the American Economy Growing

  8. Weak and wasting more time….hippy…

  9. It about time!!! But he he hasn’t said anything positive.

    Guess he doesn’t want to hurt someone’s feelings or something.

  10. Why aren’t these cowards talking to Albertans about the jobs they lost?

  11. regular donkey | February 15, 2020 at 5:11 PM | Reply

    Enjoy our new dictatorship. Thanks for voting libby! Don’t ask me for help when you’re in need.

  12. move them arrest them…

  13. And the minister and the PM

  14. Let’s have a conversation, about having conversations. But before we begin this conversation we must have a conversation about starting this conversation……it is nonsense

  15. This is an illegal protest, blocking the Canadian rails. Our government is spineless, gutless and pandering to the protesters. Demand they move or arrest them all.

  16. The court has ruled arrest these protesters and put them in jail the blockade is illegal

  17. It’s a false narrative
    I can guarantee what you
    Want it to turn out to be
    Your Paris Accord Commitment at all costs
    No one said a word about
    Pipeline funny

  18. Bring the Army in! Just another repeat of entitled clowns acting above the order of court law. Criminals blocking the country’s prosperity. Disgrace. Let the trains run. This country needs to stand for CANADIAN SOVEREIGNTY

  19. These paid protesters need to be met with water cannons tear gas rubber bullets and batons.

  20. Why does this footage feel like it was shot in the 70s lol

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