"I think it's critical that the prime minister stays true to his promise in a nation-to-nation relationship and meet with the Wet'suwet'en chiefs", said Gazan on Nation to Nation Thursday.
A handful of counter protesters later turned up at the small camp.
Another small blockade set up near L'Isle-Verte, Que., on Wednesday was also dismantled late Friday, provincial police said.
"This is the violence".
Anushka Azadi, a protester at the Chase blockade on Thursday, is eager to see conversations move ahead but believes the issue to be far from over.
"This is not violence, I am just trying to remove some garbage", the counter-protester responded. "OUR EVICTION STANDS!", said Smogelgem, one of the hereditary chiefs, in a statement on Twitter. "We will be taking the necessary legal actions under the circumstances".
The counter-demonstrators said they are fed up with the blockades that have been found around the country. Another rail-line protest sprung up in Saskatoon.
A court hearing was to be heard in Edmonton in the afternoon.
The mine would emit megatonnes of climate-changing greenhouse-gas emissions over its lifespan, but Alberta Premier Jason Kenney warns that nixing it would raise "roiling western alienation to a boiling point".
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Soon afterward, shots were fired at a second shisha bar - the Arena Bar and Cafe in Kurt-Schumacher-Platz in Kesselstadt District. Update (2/19/2020, 11:00 p.m.): This article has been updated to reflect that police have found the suspect dead in their home.
"These illegal blockades - there's people losing their jobs, blue-collar people, vulnerable people", he said while in Calgary.
"What is happening here is anarchy".
There have also been several blockades on Canadian National (CN) rail lines across Canada which forced the cancellation of trains, including Via Rail passenger trains. Those included shutting down for the first time the Thousand Islands Bridge border crossing near Kingston, Ont.
After a week and a half of this hurtful action, the Trudeau cabinet met on Monday to talk about the situation, and afterwards, the prime minister said they want a quick and peaceful solution to the blockades.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has sent a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau warning of dire consequences if blockades that have disrupted rail service across the country continue.
Trudeau noted the RCMP's offer to withdraw its operations from Wet'suwet'en territory, and the ongoing offer made by Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Carolyn Bennett to meet with Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs.
"We know people are facing shortages, they're facing disruptions, they're facing layoffs - that's unacceptable", Trudeau told Canada's lower house of Parliament.