After an accident on the TransCanada Highway, some Calgarians drove down side roads on the Stoney Indian Reserve to get around it.
Incredibly, some reserve residents set up road blocks and charged drivers to pass!
It was an illegal shakedown, what used to be called "highway robbery."
So what was Alberta Premier Notley's response? What about the band's leaders?
They all seem confused about the law, and hesitant to criticize the wrongdoers.
The thing is, the treaty that created the Stoney Indian Reserve is very clear:
Those roads are public, not private.
(Speaking of the Stoney leadership, last year the three chiefs made $2.2 million tax free, and expensed an additional million dollars. So why are so many reserve residents are still living in temporary housing, two years after the flood...?)
I think the RCMP should get investigate this vigilante shakedown.
But that's not all.
Watch to see what I think needs to happen next.
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