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Canada’s Cops Were Ready to Shoot Indigenous Anti-Pipeline Activists

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            RCMP officers were instructed to use as much violence as they wanted at the blockade of the Coastal Gaslink Pipeline. Kanahus Manuel, an Indigenous activist in British Columbia, said it&rsquo;s part of Canada&rsquo;s long colonial legacy.

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            <p class="postmeta">This article was posted on Saturday, January 11th, 2020 at 8:04am and is filed under <a href="https://dissidentvoice.org/category/turtle-island/canada/" rel="category tag">Canada</a>, <a href="https://dissidentvoice.org/category/colonialism/" rel="category tag">Colonialism</a>, <a href="https://dissidentvoice.org/category/energy/oil/" rel="category tag">Oil, Gas, Coal, Pipelines</a>, <a href="https://dissidentvoice.org/category/original-peoples/" rel="category tag">Original Peoples</a>, <a href="https://dissidentvoice.org/category/security/police/" rel="category tag">Police</a>, <a href="https://dissidentvoice.org/category/resistance/" rel="category tag">Resistance</a>, <a href="https://dissidentvoice.org/category/solidarity/" rel="category tag">Solidarity</a>, <a href="https://dissidentvoice.org/category/turtle-island/" rel="category tag">Turtle Island</a>, <a href="https://dissidentvoice.org/category/video/" rel="category tag">Video</a>. 


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