HELP US! Caledonia is yet another quiet law abiding area in Canada which is under seige by aboriginals who seek to gain political leverage in land claim disputes. They do not represent the majority of the Native people who are respectfully and peacefully chasing their goal. Read the results you find when you type in NATIVE and CALEDONIA in the search engine at www.google.ca There are plenty of entries from both sides. Please show your support! Sign the petition as a way to vent your frustration that this is allowed to continue. THIS DOES NOT make you against the race or even the cause of the dispute, but rather to send a CLEAR message that these acts are not condoned. The occupants of the Douglas Creek Estates in Caledonia Ontario Canada have stated that Canadian Law does not apply to them. ANY person from ANY country or nation that invades should be immediately dealt with, not negotiated with.
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Mike G, Canada6 years ago Comments: Look up the definition of Terrorism in the Criminal Code-I dare ya!
Mark Jones, Canada7 years ago Comments: the government should grow a set and have the testicular courage to turf the natives. The indians (terrorists) claim to love and want to protect nature and the land. Have you ever driven through the reserve. Almost every house/yard looks like a landfill site, they fish with shotguns, and murder more animals than they know what to do with....just because they can.
Shane Bill, Australia8 years ago Comments: If Canada a country that displays itself as non-military and always as peace-keeping internationally why is it that we can't properly deal with these situations in a peaceful and loving manner First Nations have been around a lot longer then us Canadians and we need to work together with them to find a comprehmise not make them feel like bad for asking us to respect their land. Why is it that countries like New Zealand actually respect the Maori people when they are building roads and come across native buriel lands and move the road to respect that. Something seems to be missing here.
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