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Prince George First Nation opposes plans for Idle No More demonstrations on traditional territory

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A portion of the original Facebook page for "Sovereignty Summer" in Prince George above, and the Llheidi T'eneh Nation press release below (@akurjata/Twitter)


Idle No More had plans to run a campaign called "Sovereignty Summer" in Prince George, on the traditional land of the Llheidi T'eneh First Nation. But Llheidi T'eneh chief and council oppose the plans. Andrew Kurjata speaks to Idle No More organizer Steven Kakinoosit.

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