Pipeline conflict tests how Trudeau will balance energy, environment, indigenous rights
The pictures emerging from the scene of an anti-pipeline action in British Columbia could not be more off-brand for Justin Trudeau.
The Canadian prime minister came to power on a promise to rebuild the relationship between Canadian authorities and indigenous communities. Though he has won plaudits for his willingness to address these issues, critics often wonder how much his government has accomplished in the name of reconciliation.
In photographs and video circulated Monday and Tues...