Kahnawake Mohawk protestors lifted the rail barricades, Earthquake in Montreal, COVID-19 case in Quebec

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Stories by: Luca Caruso-Moro

Reporter: Shanellie Marie



Kahnawake Mohawk protestors lifted the rail barricades on their territory on Thursday.

Spokespeople have said they are doing so to ease tensions between Wet’suwet’en leaders and the federal government.

They also said that the blockades could go back up at any time. 



Montreal had an earthquake Friday morning.

The small 3.3 magnitude quake hit the island at around 3 A.M.

The epicentre was northeast of downtown.



A third case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Quebec.

A woman quarantined herself after learning a friend had tested positive.

That friend was in France, the woman likely contracted the virus during her trip abroad.

She has joined the 100 thousand cases around the world.

And 49 in Canada, mostly in Ontario and BC.