Police say pipeline protests outside government offices in Victoria on Friday were peaceful with much of the noise generated by passing motorists honking their car horns in support.
Groups of protesters, ranging in numbers from about 20 to 100 people, stood outside numerous government office buildings, chanting slogans and waving placards supporting Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs opposed to the Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline in their territories.
The scene was much different from Tuesday outside the British Columbia legislature when hundreds blocked entrances to the building, yelling ``Shame'' and ``Shut Down Canada.''
Premier John Horgan was critical of the protests at the legislature, which led to a police investigation of four alleged assaults, as he accused demonstrators of disrupting people going to work and drowning out the views of others.
Victoria police said Friday's protests ended in the early afternoon.
Gloria Filax said she came to Victoria from Gabriola Island to support the Wet'suwet'en chiefs.
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