Protests remain peaceful outside B.C. government offices

By | February 16, 2020

Protests remain peaceful outside B.C. government offices
Protests remain peaceful outside B.C. government offices
Their goal shut down all BC government operations in the capital during tactic prevent workers from getting inside their Office Buildings, but keep it flight. The week I’m calling saying several hundred protesters set up outside more than 20 Victoria government offices. They were open, but only a handful of people could be seen going inside. Honestly, it’s an indigenous person. It makes me feel that we’re bean curd we’re being seen and the people aren’t going to let human rights violations take place on those territories on any of us.

Free by what so ever elected leaders Victoria today, the fear was a repeat of Tuesday when workers faced insults and filed complaints of assault. After pipeline opponent, block access to the legislature play the union, told it’s 10,000 local office workers to stay home, not try and force their way through that under the rights of their Collective Agreement, they do have the right to refuse to cross, so we’re advising them not To cross you’re going to cover a blockade that shut down rail service for thousands of commuters is now down, but anger lingers.

The goal goal isn’t necessarily to win over the Publix.
Despite pledging to shut down B.C. government offices, protesters supporting Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs remained peaceful as they chanted and waved signs outside. Earlier this week, government workers filed complaints of assault against pipeline opponents. The B.C. Government and Service Employees Union told local office workers to stay home.
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