As protests in solidarity with the Wet'suwet'en nation continue, Premier John Horgan has become the most recent target. According to Extinction Rebellion Vancouver Island, activists with the rebellion are outside the B.C. Premier's home for a John Horgan pipeline protest. They are attempting to make a citizen's arrest on Horgan.\nYou may recognize the name Extinction Rebellion because this group was very active during the climate strikes that took place all over B.C. in 2019.\nGreta Thunberg even marched with the group when she came to Vancouver.\nNow, the group has arrived at the B.C. Premier's property in efforts to prevent Horgan from attending the provincial budget speech at the legislature in Victoria which is set to take place later today.\nAccording to CTV News, there are four RCMP vehicles on the scene as well as members of the Premier’s security team.\nCTV reported that at about 8:15 a.m., two protesters were laying across the driveway of the home in Langford to prevent his car from leaving.\nAnother group of protestors were holding signs on the street.\nHorgan was not home when the protest began before 8 a.m. but he did arrive at his place shortly after and verbally addressed some of the protestors.\nWe Stand With The Wet’suwet’en – No More Crimes Against Humanity\n\nWe are not Trespassing. The RCMP is Trespassing. We...Posted by Extinction Rebellion Vancouver Island on Tuesday, February 18, 2020\nThe group has posted on their Facebook page about the action.\n“We Stand With The Wet’suwet’en – No More Crimes Against Humanity,” writes the post.\nThey go on to clarify that they are not trespassing and that the RCMP, Coastal GasLink, John Horgan, and Canada are trespassing.\n“XRVI is acting with more legal authority than the RCMP, Coastal Gas link, John Horgan or Justin Trudeau. It is acting in recognition of Wet’suwet’en, Canadian and international law. Upholding the law is the responsibility of every settler citizen,” the group wrote.\nHashtags like #NoConsent, #WetsuwetenStrong, #NoAccess, and #PeopleOverProfit are used within the public Facebook post.\nExtinction Rebellion Vancouver Island | Facebook\nIn the comment section of the post, Extinction Rebellion writes that they will be undertaking a peaceful lockdown and executing a citizen's arrest to disrupt the provincial government budget speech to be held later today.\nThe comment further explains that the budget will be funding “yet further injury to the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs and peoples.”\nAccording to the Government of Canada's website, there are a number of steps you must take in order to make a citizen's arrest that includes telling and holding the person until officials arrive, calling the police, avoiding force, and avoiding questioning the suspect.\nThe website also states that making a citizen's arrest is very serious and “potentially dangerous.”\nThis public lockdown is to show the group's solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people.\nAll throughout the nation, people have been marching and protesting to show their support.