Cambie and Broadway intersection currently blocked by demonstrators
The intersection of Broadway and Cambie Street in Vancouver is closed down by demonstrators in support of Wet’suwet’en.
#VanTraffic: Protestors have blocked the intersection of Cambie and Broadway and traffic is not getting through. Drivers are advised to avoid the area.
— Vancouver Police (@VancouverPD) February 11, 2020
VPD is advising drivers to avoid the area, as drivers are not able to get through while Wet’suwet’en supports line all four sides of the intersection.
Cambie and Broadway shut down #wetsuwentenstrong #ShutDownCanada pic.twitter.com/51Ii8I3aRt
— Peregrine Falcon stan account (@notthatkhalid) February 11, 2020
Traffic is stopped in all directions at Broadway and Cambie in solidarity with #Wetsuwenten and the Indigenous youth occupying the BC Legislature. #ShutCanadaDown pic.twitter.com/rQpIvNDB7g
— noni nabors (@nnnbrs) February 11, 2020
#Wetsuwenten protests at Cambie Street #IndigenousRights pic.twitter.com/dHgqkh0RF2
— Pratyush Dayal Misra (@Pratyush_Dayal_) February 11, 2020
The demonstration is the latest in a series of actions across the country supporting Wet’suwet’en land defenders as the RCMP removes them from a pipeline construction route in northern BC.
Earlier today, supporters blocked all entrances to the BC Legislature ahead of today’s Throne Speech.