The file picture shows a demonstration in Grande Prairie in mid-December, with the help of the provincial energy industry. There was a convoy with more than 600 trucks guided by the city.
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Chad Miller of the Oilfield Dads told the people gathered at Rocky Mountain House that the province has suffered "its worst recession depression" for generations, due to the weaker oil prices.
"Those who take rain rains and, sometimes, have used some savings, and even more so, the endless season is over." Miller said.
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In Medicine Hat, Alta, a convoy, attracted 650 vehicles last weekend, according to the police, and groups are organizing in February to go from western Canada to Ottawa.
"Today, say to Ottawa, can we still hear?" Miller called for a crowd on Saturday.
"Do not worry, they'll see us on the ottoman in February."
The truck convoy was also held on Saturday in Lloydminster, which runs through the border of Alberta-Saskatchewan.
This month, the federal government should spend $ 1,600 million, which energy companies face unreliable oil prices.
But Jason Nixon, instead of representing Rocky Mountain House, in the provincial legislature said Alberta wants everything he wants.
"Trudeau, we do not want your money. We want to abandon the road," Nixon told Rocky Mountain House.
The group says that in the Facebook event that Rally 4 Resources and Canada Action say is that the Ottoman convoy is scheduled to end on February 20 at the Parliament bridge. The message that the message says is for the industry, for individual and family photos, the Senate will give it.
The page emphasizes that the ceremony is not called a campaigner called Yellow, which defends pipelines, but Canada has signed a United Nations migration treaty.
"In light of this, we take into account the bad policies we present to the government by Justin Trudeau, but we do not have any political parties. This move is to support our families," Facebook post states.