This summer, 24-year old Seanna Sharpe did an illegal acrobatics show 285 feet up the Williamsburg bridge (11 stories over rush hour train traffic) hanging from the double-silk cloud swing she invented.
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"RCMP officers moved in early Thursday morning to enforce an injunction against a Mi’kmaq-led barricade that has trapped exploration vehicles belonging to a Houston-based firm conducting shale gas exploration in New Brunswick.
An eye-witness who left the barricade after police moved in said a Molotov cocktail was thrown and that some warriors claimed they were “willing to die” holding the line. The eye-witness also said the RCMP officers moved in with guns drawn.
Miles Howe, a journalist with Media Co-op, also said in a Facebook posting that Molotov cocktails had been thrown at police and that rubber bullets had been fired in the surrounding woods. (…)”
(APTN News - 17/10/2013)
Elsipogtog Shale Gas Blockade Enters Sixth DayDefying a court order the blockade continues
from CBC News
A blockade on Highway 134 near Rexton,…
"In what may well go down as an historic Treaty Day, Eslipogtog First Nation’s Chief Arren Sock today presented a Band Council Resolution stating that his community is prepared to reclaim all unoccupied Crown Lands in Signigtog District, which comprises most of present day provincial New Brunswick. The resolution was read to an exuberant crowd of hundreds of supporters from across Kent County, New Brunswick, and beyond. (…)"
(Halifax Media Co-op - 01/10/2013)
Signigtog Mi’kmaq Reclaim Stewardship of Native Lands
by Elsipogtog First Nation / Idle No More
The Elsipogtog First Nation and People of New Brunswick…