Haudenosaunee men spent months protesting at Enbridge dig sites
By Adam Carter
Todd Williams spent months sparring with Enbridge all over Hamilton, trying to disrupt the company’s pipeline operations. And now it’s costing him.
After a legal battle with the oil giant that centred on the company’s property rights versus Indigenous treaty and hunting rights, Williams and another Haudenosaunee man, Wayne Hill, were ordered by a Superior Court in Hamilton this month to pay Enbridge $25,381.81 in legal fees. The costs award comes after Enbridge won an injunction barring them from maintenance dig sites.
Williams says that Enbridge has approached him with an offer to forgo those costs if he agrees to stay away, but he isn’t sure if…
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