Resourced from Montreal Counter Info

Observant individuals can easily identify many such critical bottlenecks across Canada. They share several common characteristics:

  • they are of immediate and significant value to businesses and governments;
  • they concentrate valued resources or essential economic functions;
  • they are located at the intersection of related transportation systems, thus allowing protesters to use their scarce resources efficiently;
  • most are far from major national security resources and forces, thus complicating the deployment and maintenance of these forces;
  • most are close to First Nations communities that would likely be neutral if not active supporters of insurgents and would provide safe-havens and logistical support to main participants;
  • all are high profile assets the disruption of which would attract (for governments) troublesome national and international political and media attention; and
  • all are vulnerable (i.e., value multiplied by the ease of disruption).”
    Canada and the First Nations: Cooperation or Conflict?


Transportation Infrastructure in so-called canada

Vulnerable Infrastructure Bottlenecks by Province

20 Worst Bottlenecks in so-called Canada

(Links go to bookmarked sections of Another World is Possible: Indigenous solidarity and blocking extractive industry in Canada, hosted by Montreal Counter Info. A full PDF copy hosted by this site is here)