Source: Bryan Eneas, CBC News, February 13, 2020
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The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) says it is worried that ongoing rail blockades will hurt farmers.
Protesters have set up blockades in B.C, Ontario and Manitoba to show their support for those opposed to the Coastal GasLink natural pipeline in northwestern B.C.
Ian Boxall, vice-president of APAS, says the blockades are affecting almost every commodity.
Image Source: Bryan Eneas/CBC
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