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Canada protests worsen

 

HAMILTON: Protesters erected new rail blockades Tuesday (Wednesday in Manila) as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government said it was working to calm tensions with a British Columbia First Nation at the heart of demonstrations disrupting train traffic across Canada. A day after police dismantled a major railway blockade near Belleville, Ontario, new ones surfaced in both Quebec and Ontario. The largest emerged in Hamilton along a heavily traveled commuter rail line.

AP

 

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