Six Nations protesters closed part of Caledonia’s main street as part of a protest against an oil pipeline in the United States.
The OPP tell the CBC that Argyle Street South was closed between Highway 6 and Braemar Avenue for about two hours yesterday.
About 40 protesters carried signs with messages such as “Water is Life.”
The protest was part of a day of action in towns and cities across North America in support of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota.
They say construction of the pipeline would disturb sacred areas in North Dakota and threaten millions of people’s access to clean drinking water.