If you happen to find yourself in the city today, you may want to prepare for more roadblocks. There will be more protests in Vancouver starting this morning, Thursday, February 13. One has been confirmed to be taking place in Kitsilano while another is rumoured to be happening on the Lions Gate Bridge at some point today.\nAll around the country and the city there have been a number of protestors taking over the streets to demonstrate their solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en people.\nEven in Regina, Saskatchewan there was a blockade on a major bridge. During that march, someone filmed a car driving through the crowd of people.\nOn February 12, a public march took place at Vancouver’s Supreme Court.\nToday, the organizers of that same event have put together another one in Kitsilano.\nAccording to the public Facebook event, the march will be taking place at 9 a.m. and will be running until approximately 12 p.m.\nEveryone is set to meet at the Kitsilano Community Centre.\nWhile there is not much info on today’s event, there was a great deal of information surrounding yesterday's rally which also had a Facebook page.\nIt stated that the march would be taking place in downtown Vancouver in order to “disrupt business as usual in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land defenders.”\nToday’s demonstration is also being hosted by Natalie Knight, the same individual who hosted yesterday's.\nThe Facebook group has already gained a lot of traction and so far has 370 people interested in going with another 155 people confirmed.\nIn the event group, Knight uses the hashtags #wetsuwetenstrong and #shutcanadadown.\nIn addition to this solidarity demonstration, there is another one rumoured to be one taking place on the Lions Gate bridge today.\nCraig Cameron, a councillor in West Vancouver, released a tweet saying that “Wet’suwet’en protestors may target Lions Gate Bridge.”\nHe further went on to explain that anyone with medical or other urgent issues may want to consider preparing alternative plans.\nWe’ve received information #Wetsuweten protestors may target Lions Gate Bridge tomorrow. Those with medical or other urgent issues that require crossing may want to consider preparing alternative plans.Blocking crucial infrastructure shouldn’t be tolerated #westvan #northvan— Craig Cameron (@CraigCameronWV) February 13, 2020\nCameron ended his tweet with “blocking crucial infrastructure shouldn’t be tolerated.”\nNarcity reached out to Knight who stated that this potential protest was not planned by her or her group.\nIn addition to this week's demonstrations, there was also a blockade at the entrance to the Port of Vancouver for four days.\nAbout 100 people blocked the port which caused ferries to be delayed during rush hour.\nFamiliar faces have expressed this support for the allied protestors including teen activist Greta Thunberg.\nThe Vancouver Police told Narcity in an email that they "will be monitoring the protest today and will be updating any disruptions to traffic and the public through our social media websites."\nNarcity has reached out to Craig Cameron and the Vancouver Police for comment and will update this story when we receive a response.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThis article’s cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.