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Line 9 temporarily turned off, protesters charged with mischief


Line 9 temporarily turned off, protesters charged with mischief: [] Line 9 was offline for 90 minutes as a safety precaution, said Enbridge spokesperson Graham White, due to a protest at one of its valve sites east of Sarnia.

According to a statement by Sarnia Police, three women are facing mischief charges after they "secured themselves to a valve and tampered with equipment contained within the compound."

Sarnia Police said they responded to the Enbridge site around 8 a.m. and found three women inside a small fenced area.

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