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First Nations rally for treaty rights Special

Posted Nov 29, 2013 by Paula Kirman
First Nations from Treaty 6-8 joined with Idle No More for a Peaceful Solidarity Rally with Indigenous People and Canadians, on November 28, 2013 at the Alberta Legislature building.
Protesters from First Nations communities.
Protesters from First Nations communities.
The rally was in response to a perceived lack of meaningful consultation on legislations, policies, and regulatory changes put forth by the Government of Alberta concerning issues such as land, water, and Treaty agreements.
Speakers included chiefs from numerous First Nations groups, as well as politicians and community advocates. Around 100 people took part on the cold day on the steps of the Alberta Legislature building. Here is a look at some of what happened.
Protesters demanding the government honour treaties with First Nations groups.
Protesters demanding the government honour treaties with First Nations groups.
Crystal Lameman is with the Beaver Lake Cree Nation and a campaigner with the Sierra Club.
Crystal Lameman is with the Beaver Lake Cree Nation and a campaigner with the Sierra Club.
Protesters from First Nations communities
Protesters from First Nations communities
Deron Bilous  MLA Edmonton-Beverly-Clairview
Deron Bilous, MLA Edmonton-Beverly-Clairview