SASKATOON -- After tensions flared on Saturday, Wet'suwet'en protesters had a calm day near a CP Rail line in Saskatoon on Sunday.

Pro-pipeline groups did not make an appearance on Sunday. Senator Lillian Dyck showed up at the protest to show her support.

“I’m here to support them. I believe they have a just cause," Dyck said. "As a senator, especially as an indigenous senator and one from Saskatchewan, I just felt I had to come down and do what I could to help them out."

It is still unknown when the blockade will come down.