Idle No More meeting set

Round dances like these have been a symbol of Idle No More (CBC).
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will sit down for a meeting with First Nations leaders on Friday in Ottawa.

It follows nearly two months of Idle No More protests, and the month long hunger strike of Attiwapiskat Chief Theresa Spence.
For a look ahead to the meeting, Daybreak host Shelley Joyce speaks with Doug Cuthand.

He's a columnist with the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, a documentary filmmaker, and a trustee of the Little Pine First Nation in Saskatchewan.
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The Idle No More movement has swept the nation and has even traveled beyond our borders.

There's a protest in Cache Creek Friday on Highway 97.

Keeping track of what's happening is Daybreak's Samantha Garvey. She speaks with Shelley Joyce.

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