Ontario Judge extends ban on Rail Blockades

Posted: May 18, 2007 in Caledonia, CN Rail, DCE, Deseronto, Headlines, June 29th 2007, Land claims, Natives, Terrorism

A court order that ended an aboriginal blockade of a major Ontario rail line in April has been extended, temporarily banning further rail blockades in eastern Ontario.

On Thursday, an Ontario Superior Court judge granted a request from CN Rail to extend the order used to end a Mohawk land dispute protest that started in the early hours of April 20 and disrupted freight and passenger traffic on the Toronto-Ottawa and Toronto-Montreal rail corridors for 30 hours.

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