A blockade by members of the Gitxsan First Nation in Old Hazelton, B.C., has entered its sixth month and band members have no intention of backing down — and the RCMP says it won’t force them.

Members of the Gitxsan First Nation have camped outside the Gitxsan Treaty Society office since December because of an internal conflict over the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project.

Protesters boarded up the doors and windows and continue to refuse to allow employees to re-enter the building, despite a B.C. Supreme Court order to do so by Justice Mark McEwan…

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