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Michipicoten Idle No More action in Wawa (4 photos)

Today's Michipicoten Idle No More action is wrapping up in Wawa. Anishinaabe and their allies gathered today from 12 noon to 4 p.m. at the Highway Highway 101 triangle intersection near the Goose in Wawa.

Today's Michipicoten Idle No More action is wrapping up in Wawa.

Anishinaabe and their allies gathered today from 12 noon to 4 p.m. at the Highway Highway 101 triangle intersection near the Goose in Wawa.

They gathered on Saturday with their drums, banners, hearts and prayers to demonstrate their frustration with Bill C-45 and other legislation they say assaults Anishinaabe sovereignty and seriously threatens the health of the earth in Canada. 

They also gathered to show their support for Attiwapiskat Chief Theresa Spence who is now in day 19 of her hunger strike and calling for dialogue with Prime Minister Harper on these issues.

The Michipicoten Idle No more action did not attempt to block traffic on any highways or roadways.

(Photos submitted by loyal SooToday.com reader and Wawa resident Peter Burgoyne.) 

 

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