It's been nearly two years since insurgents occupied a disputed piece of land in Caledonia and there is no resolution in sight:
Ontario's minister of Aboriginal Affairs said First Nations protesters occupying a disputed tract of land in the town of Caledonia, Ont. - 30 kilometres south of Hamilton - will not be forcibly removed by Ontario Provincial Police.Whenever a politician talks about "moving forward" we can safely assume that he has no idea what he is talking about except he believes more money and committees are needed. Presumably the natives are continuing to enjoy free utilities in addition to the money they are pulling in from cigarette sales:
A protest over a disputed "smoke shack" at the end of Caledonia's main street turned violent yesterday, leaving two men injured and forcing Haldimand County OPP to call in reinforcements.The five or six insurgents who reportedly physically attacked McHale have so far not been charged, though Fantino promises to bring justice to the protesters, though it would seem they did nothing other than gather outside the smoke shack:
OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino vowed in the release that the force, "will seek every legal remedy possible to end this madness and to bring them (protesters) to justice."Only the natives who are illegally occupying the sight will be tolerated for putting their own personal agendas above the law.