Farmers are parading tractors through Montreal and throwing corn outside Trudeau's Papineau office to protest his government's handling of the CN Rail strike.\nWatch a video of one such parade below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nQuebec farmers part of L'Union des producteurs agricoles have taken their tractors to Trudeau's office in Montreal to protest the ongoing CN Rail strike that has stopped the flow of propane into the province. This story starts last week when CN Rail workers went on strike to fight what they consider to be a threat to worker safety. The union on strike has said that long hours are increasing worker fatigue and have made it a "sticking point," according to the Montreal Gazette. That has led us to now.\nWith the decreased service from CN Rail, propane stopped shipping into the province, causing Premier Legault to raise the alarm bells that Quebec's stores of the energy source were simply not enough.\nWith propane reserves only able to last a couple days, farmers are now frightened and frustrated that they will soon begin to lose crops without the power source, as the CN Rail strike goes into its first full week.\nThis is why Montreal is currently being swarmed by tractors.\nThe farmers have headed to Trudeau's office in his riding of Papineau to protest the propane shortage, in what they are calling the Propane March.\nPénurie de #propane - Départ du convoi de tracteursPénurie de #propane Départ du convoi de tracteurs 🚜 On passe à l’action, fini l’improvisation! #polcan #polqcPosted by L'Union des producteurs agricoles - UPA on Monday, November 25, 2019\nOn the union's protest page, it explains that the "agricultural sector cannot be held hostage [...] We are asking for a concrete action plan from the federal government immediately to address the problem of propane supply. Let us mobilize!"\nREAD ALSO: An Emergency Alert Test Siren Will Blast From Phones, Radios & TVs In Quebec This Week\nThe video below was submitted to us by an MTL Blog reader named Sara (Instagram user @sarita130691), who saw the congo line of tractors pass her by this morning.\nDowntown Montreal swarmed by tractors as farmers protest\nThe tractors were also seen this past weekend when the farmers were posted outside of the CN Rail office in Montreal to sway rail workers to end the strike.\nUne vingtaine de tracteurs 🚜 🚜🚜 se sont déplacés au Centre-Ville de Montréal, devant les bureaux du CN pour exposer nos...Posted by L'Union des producteurs agricoles - UPA on Friday, November 22, 2019\nThe march started around 11 a.m. this morning in Villeray and is likely still happening outside the Prime Minister's office in his riding of Papineau, which is located on Crémazie Est.\nIn some pictures and videos, the farmers can be seen throwing corn, which signifies the loss of propane, which farmers rely on to dry their crops.