A bus overturned by protestors involved in the Caledonia land dispute is currently blocking section of Highway 6 in Ontario.
Last night, Ontario Provincial Police clashed with “members of a First Nation land reclamation camp” after a judge ordered the protesters off the land. Protesters set wood pallets ablaze and used tires to build a blockade on the street leading into McKenzie Meadows in Caledonia.
According to CBC, the bus was overturned last night following a court ordered injunction:
Demonstrators clashed with police in a standoff after a judge granted a permanent injunction Thursday ordering the group, largely comprised of members from Six Nations of the Grand River, off of a proposed housing development, McKenzie Meadows.
You can read more about the injunction, including a response from a spokesman for the protestors here.
CTV reports that the bus is still overturned as of Friday afternoon:
A bus was also overturned on Highway 6 overnight, blocking the site of the proposed development.
Tires and wood pallets were burned overnight, too. People who live in the area told CTV that they lost power in the evening after a hydro pole was set on fire.
The situation has been developing for months. The demonstrators there have been blocking off the site, which they have renamed 1492 Land Back Lane, since mid-July.
The highway was blocked in the same area earlier this year.
In August, Rebel News sent David Menzies to visit Caledonia to interview an area resident about the situation, where certain Natives and their Antifa “allies” illegally occupied private property, blockaded roads and torched the homes of those who dared to speak up.
You can watch our video here: Caledonia ablaze AGAIN! Authorities still ignore town’s 20 year standoff.