Some residents of Whitecourt will be showing their frustration following the pipeline ban this Sunday. Following the hault to the 2nd Trans-Mountain Pipeline being built, the province has shown recent outrage and rallies through cities and towns across Alberta.
Whitecourt will be one of the many towns that has joined the yellow vest rally this Sunday. Residents of the town can expect a convoy of trucks and vehicles going through the town and on highway 43, to protest in favor of building the pipeline.
The protest rally is open to anyone that would like to take part and anyone that is participating is expected to meet at the LB Energy Services shop at 11 on Sunday morning.
This rally comes weeks after Grande Prairie and the city of Edmonton amongst other towns have held these protests.