OPP prepares for Day of Action

Posted: June 21, 2007 in Caledonia, CN Rail, Deseronto, Home Grown Terrorism in Canada, June 29th 2007, Land claims, Natives, OPP, Propaganda

Ontario Provincial Police are communicating with police services across Canada about the June 29 First Nations Day of Action.“We have been planning for a long period of time,” said Haldimand County OPP Inspector Dave McLean.

“The OPP and all major police services are working together with First Nations communities to make sure the national day of action is a process to get their message across and at the same time maintain the peace and cause as little disruption as possible,” he said.

In Haldimand County, McLean said he will ensure the resources and people are in place to respond where necessary. He was not certain what might happen in the municipality and has heard mixed messages of support and disagreement from Six Nations community members about June 29 activities.

Initially railways were targeted but roads, bridges and hydro lines were added as possible locations. OPP cannot be everywhere, said McLean. That’s why it’s so important to communicate with First Nations communities to work toward peaceful protests, he added

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