If you have plans to take the train in Ontario and Quebec this Saturday, you might want to check your departure status. As a result of Wet'suwet'en pipeline protests on VIA Rail tracks, train service between Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal has been suspended. The trains scheduled to travel between these cities today have been cancelled.\nOn February 8, VIA Rail announced several cancellations on routes between Ontario and Quebec because of the protest, which is blocking the tracks east of Belleville.\nIn an email to ATPN News, VIA Rail said that a total of 28 train departures were cancelled on Friday, followed by another 21 on Saturday.\nGlobal reporter Ryan Roca states that GO Transit is now also being impacted. Service is suspended between Union and Downsview stations on the Barrie Line.\nThe CBC reports that members of the Tyendinaga Mohawk territory are there to show their support for the We'tsuwet'en Nation and will stay put until the RCMP leaves the territory.\nAt the tracks, the protesters put up a sign with #RCMP get out written on it and put a flag on the railroading crossing arm.\n"None of the trains on these two routes will operate until the issue is resolved," VIA Rail stated in a notice to passengers on its website.\n"We are asking passengers to check our online tools for departures and arrivals updates. VIA Rail will be automatically refunding all segments affected by this service disruption."\nUPDATE: Several vehicles, including a snow plow and about five other cars, remain parked at the edge of the Wyman Road railway crossing in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, but no vehicles are on the tracks. @CKWS_TV pic.twitter.com/X55iYk4nhq— Kraig Krause (@KrauseKraig) February 7, 2020\nBarrie #GOtrain suspended btwn Union & Downsview due to protesters. From Union: show your GO fare & take TTC to Hwy 407 subway station. GO buses from there heading N. If you're travelling S from Downsview show your GO fare & connect to the TTC Line 1 to Union. Update to follow. pic.twitter.com/4xce4DAPc5— Barrie Train (@GOtransitBR) February 8, 2020\nThe peaceful protest at the tracks east of Belleville has affected VIA Rail's Toronto-Ottawa route and the Toronto-Montreal route, reports ATPN.\nHello, there are protesters currently blocking the track near Belleville. ^NK— VIA_Rail (@VIA_Rail) February 8, 2020\n"Our trains are prepared to leave on schedule should we achieve line clearance," Karl-Philip Marchand Giguere, VIA Rail spokesperson, told the CBC. "As the situation progresses, more trains might be cancelled."\nWith protests going on across the country, climate activist Greta Thunberg tweeted her support for people occupying the B.C. Legislature in support of the Wet’suwet’en Nation.\n"Indigenous rights = Climate justice," Thunberg wrote.\nSome photos from a rail blockade happening now near Dupont at Bartlett Avenue. There is on the CN rail line, where a freight train is currently held up by the protest for #WetsuwetenStrong pic.twitter.com/gjT8cmAU7N— Frazer Snowdon (@GlobalFrazer) February 8, 2020\nIndigenous rights = Climate justice#WetsuwetenStrong #KeepItInTheGround https://t.co/1kYNumyoQT— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) February 8, 2020\nOn February 6, the RCMP moved in on the Wet’suwet’en territory and conducted an early morning raid in which activists were arrested, ATPN News reports.\nThe article says that the nation's hereditary chiefs and its people never gave consent for the Coastal GasLink, a natural gas pipeline that could be built right through their territory.\nWet’suwet’en said in a statement that they will "continue to resist colonial and gendered violence against Wet’suwet’en people, and to protect Wet’suwet’en lands for future generations."\nVIA Rail has yet to provide an update on the train schedule and when Ontario-Quebec departures will resume.\n* Cover image used for illustrative purposes only.