First Nation community and protesters meet in New Brunswick over protest

Canadian Press: Hundreds of people gathered at a community hall in New Brunswick on Sunday to discuss their opposition of the development of a shale gas sector in the province as their protest garnered support from a Manitoba grand chief. Elsipogtog Chief Arren Sock said the meeting at New Brunswick's Elsipogtog First Nation was a chance for people in his community to tell their stories. "It's just part of the healing process and I wanted that to begin," said Sock after the meeting, which drew about 300 community......

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