Source: Nathaniel Dove, globalnews.ca February 24, 2020
Mark Friesen, a candidate for the People’s Party of Canada (PPC), and Lillian Dyck, a non-affiliated senator visited the camp, located on CP Rail property between 21st Street and 22nd Street.
A sitting senator joined and a political candidate from a controversial party joined Saskatoon Wet’suwet’en demonstrators on Sunday.
It was the second day the demonstrators had camped on the CP Rail tracks that cross through Saskatoon to show support for the hereditary chiefs against the LNG Coastal GasLink pipeline and the third day since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for blockades across the country to be taken down.
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