Oct 21, 2013
N.B. chiefs want shale exploration permits revoked
Amy Sock shows bruises on her arms that she says were inflicted by the RCMP during Thursday's confrontation on the protest line in Rexton, N.B., during a clash between shale gas exploration protesters and police.
Op-Ed: Heavy-handed response to the Elsipogtog blockade in New Brunswick
On Thursday morning, RCMP officers were deployed with rifles, non-lethal bullets, pepper spray, and dogs to enforce a court injunction and attempt to disperse a blockade of protesters on New Brunswick Route 134, about an hour north of Moncton.
The Winnipeg Free Press
RCMP in New Brunswick enforce injunction against shale gas protesters
The RCMP say they are enforcing a court injunction issued against shale gas protesters blocking a highway in eastern New Brunswick.
The Chronicle Herald
Two motorcyclists die in Moncton-area crash
Police say the collision happened around 12:30 p.m. on Route 134 in Grande-Digue, about 35 kilometres northeast of Moncton.
Shale gas protesters partially reopen Route 134
Shale gas protesters near Rexton have partially dismantled their barricades on Route 134 after 11 days, but continue to bar access to the area where SWN Resources Canada has its seismic exploration vehicles parked.