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Two Montrealers climb tower to protest Enbridge pipeline

WATCH ABOVE: Raw footage of the protesters early Monday morning

MONTREAL – Two protesters climbed a tower in Montreal’s est end early Monday morning to protest the Enbridge pipeline plans.

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They climbed a tower in the CP Rail yards around 4 a.m. and unfurled two signs.

One poster said “No to the pipeline” and the other said “it’s our drinking water or their dirty oil.”

A banner denouncing the reversal of Enbridge’s Line 9B pipeline was erected by activists at the top of a tower in the east end of Montreal on June 15, 2015.
A banner denouncing the reversal of Enbridge’s Line 9B pipeline was erected by activists at the top of a tower in the east end of Montreal on June 15, 2015. Global News

This is just the latest in a series of protests across Canada against the controversial Line 9 project, which would redirect oil east between Sarnia, Ont., and Montreal.

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The protesters climbed down on their own shortly before 6 a.m.