‘Modest progress’ made in daylong talks over Ontario rail blockade, says Indigenous Services minister
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The federal Indigenous Services Minister wrapped up daylong meetings with members of the Mohawk First Nation Saturday evening saying “modest progress” had been made in talks to end a blockade that has brought rail service throughout much of Eastern Canada to a virtual standstill. Marc Miller said he plans to take what he learned after the meeting on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory back to Ottawa to share with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and cabinet. He said the talks were productive, but there was no news on whether the protest was going to end.