Protestors continue to occupy a vacant apartment building to take a stand against Burnaby ‘demovictions’.
But Burnaby RCMP may be ready to make some moves.
On Day 8 of the “demoviction” occupation, the group’s Twitter account says four Mounties have come and gone once again, reminding protesters a court injunction is still in effect.
four cops are here to talk and reiterate injunction, say they aren't making move right now pic.twitter.com/NkiQ6ydcZg
— The Volcano (@volc8o) July 16, 2016
Mounties entered the building, talking to protesters through a barricaded door, warning them there are potential consequences against their safety if arrests have to be made.
The account goes on to say Mounties will make arrests at some point and told protesters the criminal code allows officers to use force to enforce the law.
Police are in the building, talking through the barricaded door. "If we have to come back and arrest you there are potential consequences
— Against Displacement (@stopdisplacemnt) July 16, 2016
An injunction was sought out by the developer and granted by B.C. Supreme Court on Thursday, seeking to clear the site for work to begin.