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[Graham] Saul suggested that the case would continue to inspire other action, including an ongoing hunger strike against the federal government’s climate change policies that is now being waged by a group that includes three environmentalists who were among the 13 to see their fines overturned.

“I think the energy and climate change policies of the Harper government are dividing Canadians and fuelling conflict,” Saul said. “I think we’re going to see more civil disobedience as more citizens take on their responsibility to stand up to what are ultimately dangerous and unethical policies.”

Article by Mike De Souza