Blueberry River First Nations Roadblock

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Frustrated members of the Blueberry River First Nation are going ahead with plans, to setup a roadblock tomorrow on the 43 road connector from kilometer 62, at the Beatton River Road, to kilometer 32, at the Tommy Lakes Road.

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Clarence says if there’s no response today from the seismic company to the First Nation’s concerns, what he emphasizes, will be a peaceful public awareness protest, will go ahead early tomorrow morning.

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He says the RCMP have been notified and all traffic, except that of the targeted company, will be let through the roadblock.

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