1. Policing must be adequate to keep 'everyone' safe in Indigenous lobster dispute: PM  CTV News Atlantic
  2. Trudeau calls for end to violence and solution in Mi'kmaq lobster fishery dispute  Global News
  3. Trudeau defends federal response as threats escalate over Mi'kmaw fishery in Nova Scotia  CBC.ca
  4. Mi'kmaq sell lobster outside N.S. legislature, call for repeal of sale restrictions  CTV News Atlantic
  5. Mi’kmaq sell lobster outside N.S. legislature  Global News
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Justin Trudeau called Friday for federal agencies to ensure those involved in an Indigenous-led lobster fishery are safe, a day after a Mi'kmaq chief accused him of offering words rather than action.Justin Trudeau called Friday for federal agencies to ensure those involved in an Indigenous-led lobster fishery are safe, a day after a Mi'kmaq chief accused him of offering words rather than action.

Policing must be adequate to keep 'everyone' safe in Indigenous lobster dispute: PM | CTV News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today defended the federal government's response to an escalating standoff over a Mi'kmaw fishery in Nova Scotia, saying Ottawa has been "extremely active" in trying to resolve the situation.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today defended the federal government's response to an escalating standoff over a Mi'kmaw fishery in Nova Scotia, saying Ottawa has been "extremely active" in trying to resolve the situation.

More than 100 people lined up to purchase live lobster from Mi'kmaq activist Cheryl Maloney, who was joined by others from the Sipekne'katik band.More than 100 people lined up to purchase live lobster from Mi'kmaq activist Cheryl Maloney, who was joined by others from the Sipekne'katik band.

Mi’kmaq sell lobster outside N.S. legislature - Halifax | Globalnews.ca

The lobster sale follows weeks of tension between Indigenous and non-Indigenous fishers over a livelihood fishery that opened in southwestern Nova Scotia in SeptemberRead the full story and comment on HalifaxToday.

Mi'kmaw activist sells lobster outside Province House (7 photos) - HalifaxToday.ca

Justin Trudeau responds to a call for help from Chief Mike Sack by saying the feds are "extremely active" in solving the lobster dispute.Justin Trudeau responds to a call for help from Chief Mike Sack by saying the feds are "extremely active" in solving the lobster dispute.

Trudeau says Mounties must ‘do their jobs’ and protect Mi’kmaw fishers

Within about half an hour of setting up shop outside Province House, Cheryl Maloney was sold out of lobster.

Lobsters quickly sell out in front of Nova Scotia legislature: ‘They have a treaty right to buy from the Mi’kmaq’

'Unfortunately, if the DFO doesn't act and remove commercial fishermen from the water for interfering with our rights, the conversation will end.''Unfortunately, if the DFO doesn't act and remove commercial fishermen from the water for interfering with our rights, the conversation will end.'

Sipek’nekatik lobster traps sabotaged as week of violence, anger ends | Globalnews.ca

A violent group of commercial fishers mobbed two Mi'kmaq lobster compounds on Tuesday.A violent group of commercial fishers mobbed two Mi'kmaq lobster compounds on Tuesday.

Trudeau calls for calm in lobster fishery dispute: ‘We need to find a solution’ | Globalnews.ca