Idle No More blockades continue

Idle No More protesters on Portage Avenue in Winnipeg, Wednesday, January 2, 2013. (QMI Agency)

Idle No More protesters on Portage Avenue in Winnipeg, Wednesday, January 2, 2013. (QMI Agency)

Jessica Hume, Parliamentary Bureau

, Last Updated: 9:27 PM ET

OTTAWA — Rotating blockades will hit various railways, highways and border crossings later this month as the Idle No More gears up for long-term fighting.

Unconfirmed media reports mark Jan. 16 as the launch date for "indefinite economic disruptions".

Several blockades have already taken place in Sarnia, Ont., as well as along the busy Toronto-Montreal corridor. Another major blockade is planned at the Peace Arch border crossing in Surrey, B.C., Saturday.


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