There was once a kingdom named Nottingham (St. John's).
The prince and his rulers decided that the people could no longer live in and enjoy the forests outside the overpass. So the Sheriff and her merry men (Department of the Environment) were ordered to remove them. So they headed for the forests with orders, get out in 60 days or we will burn you out.
The people that lived in tents or covered wagons were out within the 60 days and ordered not to come back.
The people with log houses were told they could stay, but would have to pay very high taxes to the ruling party of Nottingham.
So the people that lived in the forests decided they were not going to take this any more.
On October 22, the people of the Great Northern Forest (Straits, White Bay North) decided they did not want to be governed by the prince and his rulers any more.
The moral of this story is: you can only push people so far.