Demonstrators protesting Canada’s Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion chant as Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves a hotel steps away following a meeting May 2017, in Seattle. Indigenous leaders from along the pipeline route and the U.S. are expected to join a march and rally beginning Saturday in metro Vancouver.
Demonstrators protesting Canada’s Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion chant as Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves a hotel steps away following a meeting May 2017, in Seattle. Indigenous leaders from along the pipeline route and the U.S. are expected to join a march and rally beginning Saturday in metro Vancouver. Elaine Thompson AP file
Demonstrators protesting Canada’s Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion chant as Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leaves a hotel steps away following a meeting May 2017, in Seattle. Indigenous leaders from along the pipeline route and the U.S. are expected to join a march and rally beginning Saturday in metro Vancouver. Elaine Thompson AP file

‘This could be like Standing Rock’ as B.C. braces for weekend oil pipeline protest

March 08, 2018 08:27 AM