However, there was an audio story by reporter Al Sweeney in Caledonia about a protest that had just started this morning at 7:30 a.m.
Since I haven't seen anything on the net, I'll transcribe the notes I jotted down:
About 35 to 40 Six Nations protesters have now shut down a completely separate building project about a kilometre from the original one at Douglas Creek Estates. Some of the protesters are wearing masks and camouflage. They have warrior flags and are using yellow tape to secure the area.
This project was shut down briefly a few weeks ago by native protesters. The builder agreed to meet with natives to discuss the issues, but apparently got nowhere.
He then started up his project again, but it was shut down this morning.
Police are there to "keep the peace" according to the reporter.
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I'll update this as more news becomes available.
5:00 p.m. Update - 900 CHML has reported an injury at the occupation site (Stirling Developments). No links yet.
5:30 CHML reports that someone confronted the natives and then was taken by ambulance to hospital.
6:00 CHCH - Owner was inspecting house; jumped; hit with plank; taken to hospital (unconscious).
Natives tell a different story. More when available.