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People are happily living while the world is going to hell. The City of Burlington has reached a settlement with two of four men who were arrested last year after allegedly protesting the Keystone XL pipeline in downtown Burlington. The two protesters who are not named in the announcement, Brian Woodfin and Scott MacIntyre, were among dozens who protested in front of the Burlington Convention Centre and the Governor Generals residence. Both men were charged by police with disorderly conduct and breaching an injunction that ordered them to stay 100 metres away from the pipeline protest site. Woodfin and MacIntyre were also charged with a contravention of the Canada Posts public postal code by distributing mail. The citys action comes two days after three other protesters were given fines on the same charge. The Burlington Police Department has indicated that it might issue yet more fines against protestors, should they not comply with the terms of an injunction. The city said in a statement it was prepared to take a more aggressive approach, but that TransCanada had requested that the protest be allowed to proceed, which the city says it did not do. The police department and the City of Burlington are disappointed that TransCanada sought to use the legal process to intimidate protestors into silence, the city said in a statement. TransCanada issued a statement Friday saying that it was pleased with the settlement and noted that the company had hired a former federal prosecutor to look into the case. The company is pleased that these two individuals have accepted responsibility for their actions and it is now in the best interest of all parties, TransCanada spokesman Mark Cooper said. Cooper said TransCanada will not seek a civil judgment and will seek only criminal sanctions against the protesters. Woodfin and MacIntyre could not immediately be reached for comment. According to police records, police charged five protesters with breach of an injunction, five protesters with breach of recognizance, and three protesters with obstructing the legal process. The city has said that it expects the case against the remaining seven protesters to be finalized in the next few weeks. The Uncle Charlie name has always had a certain cachet here at Klamath Falls, and the legend of Uncle Charlie Charlie that he was known in this valley for being an excellent fisherman, but at a.

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