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No showdown with police at native rally to stop builders
By Paul Legall
The Hamilton Spectator
CALEDONIA (Mar 23, 2006)
More than a hundred native women including powerful clan mothers locked arms in a human chain to block a police arresting party that never happened.
It was the second mass rally that native protesters have staged since moving onto a residential building construction site south of town on Feb. 28.
It started with about a dozen people in the morning. Supporters kept streaming in during the course of the day and by 2 p.m., more than 200 people had gathered at the entrance of the Douglas Creek Estates.
Original Article on "thestar.com"
Mohawks fear action on trade in tobacco
Mar. 6, 2006. 01:00 AM
From the Mohawk Nation News. Jan. 20, 2006.
Ex-Minister Chagnon rips 'illegal' Mohawk raid Lays blame for debacle on Ottawa Former grand chief Gabriel made power play with 'mercenaries' hired with federal funds
Friday, January 13, 2006
It's been two years since a botched police operation by 67 aboriginal police officers in Kanesatake left the grand chief's house in flames and his Mohawk community in tatters.
Now the man who was Quebec's public security minister at the time says the raid was illegal, Duplessis-like, mercenary and the fault of Ottawa, which paid for it.