Canada Seeks Talks to End Rail Blockades

OTTAWA—The Canadian governing administration stated Friday it would pursue negotiations to end the blockades that have thwarted rail site visitors across the nation for more than a 7 days, even as the country’s greatest railroad petitioned for protesters to be forcibly taken out.

Canadian officers stated talks with indigenous leaders have presently commenced to web some success, with Transport Minister Marc Garneau expressing a blockade in northern British Columbia that had been impacting exercise at a port in Prince Rupert ended on Friday.