As protests continue for another day across Canada, one political party leader is shading the Prime Minister. Jagmeet Singh's Justin Trudeau call out on Twitter bashed the Prime Minister. He said that Canada's leader is "avoiding his responsibility" when it comes to the Wet'suwet'en protests and reconciliation.\nSingh is on the offensive and coming after the Prime Minister in the series of tweets.\nThe NDP leader retweeted an article from the CBC about what Trudeau said regarding the anti-pipeline protests in solidarity with the Wet'suwet'en Nation that have impacted railroads across Canada.\n"From the beginning, Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs have asked for the federal government to be involved in discussions," Singh tweeted on February 12.\nThe nation's chiefs have also said that they never gave their consent for the Coastal GasLink pipeline in northern B.C.\n"It's not enough for the PM to say nice things, he needs to do the actual work of reconciliation and stop avoiding his responsibility on this important file," he said.\nEarlier in the day, Singh called on Trudeau to return to Canada and "back up his words with action" by meeting with the chiefs.\nIn that tweet, he also expressed his heartbreak at seeing indigenous people forcefully taken off their land.\nAfter centuries of colonialism, the way forward is not easy, but refusing to talk and pretending the federal government has no role is a failure of leadership.Across the country, the situation is escalating.@JustinTrudeau must return to Canada and meet with the Chiefs.2/2— Jagmeet Singh (@theJagmeetSingh) February 12, 2020\nFrom the beginning, Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs have asked for the federal government to be involved in discussions.It's not enough for the PM to say nice things, he needs to do the actual work of reconciliation and stop avoiding his responsibility on this important file. https://t.co/nnbdOlsse7— Jagmeet Singh (@theJagmeetSingh) February 12, 2020\nWhile in Africa campaigning for Canada's seat on the UN Security Council, Trudeau told reporters that he'll be discussing the protests that are affecting rail service with cabinet ministers.\n"Obviously it's extremely important to respect the right to freely demonstrate peacefully, but we need to make sure the laws are respected," he said in a press conference.\n"I am encouraging all parties to dialogue, to resolve this as quickly as possible."\nIndigenous rights = Climate justice#WetsuwetenStrong #KeepItInTheGround https://t.co/1kYNumyoQT— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) February 8, 2020\nLate on February 11, VIA Rail announced that all routes between Toronto and Montreal and Toronto and Ottawa would be cancelled until the end of the day on Thursday.\nThat came after days of solidarity protests by members of the Tyendinaga Mohawk territory beside the train tracks near Belleville, Ontario in opposition to the pipeline and the RCMP's presence in the territory.\nAccording to the CBC, CN Rail has also temporarily shut parts of its network because of the protest near Belleville and New Hazelton, B.C.\nSingh also called out Trudeau on February 6 when the RCMP moved in on the Wet’suwet’en territory and arrested people.\n"Today"s arrests are proof of Mr Trudeau’s failure to do anything to fix the problem," he tweeted at the time. "Pretty words are not enough."