Wet'suwet'en territory continue to fight the construction of pipeline, Canadian data breaches according to new report by the House of Commons

Reporter: Shanellie Marie

Stories: Luca Caruso-Moro



VIA Rail has cancelled most of its routes as protests in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs continue.

It’s an expansion of earlier train closures between Toronto and Montreal after Tyendinaga protestors barricaded rail passage.       

Protestors in Wet'suwet'en territory are fighting the construction of a pipeline on their traditional territory.

The BC Supreme Court has passed an injunction barring people from blocking access to the BC legislature.

It came one day before a planned Saturday protest in Victoria to block access to government buildings.

Government security officers have been allowed to arrest people for disrupting access.



About 144,000 Canadians have been victims of data breaches in the past two years

at the hands of government agencies.

According to a new report tabled in the House of Commons, the breaches range from minor mishandling to major disclosures of personal  information.

The report also did not offer a reason for the breaches.