Idle No More remains strong in Kamloops

Protesters march at an Idle No More rally held in Kamloops in December (Josh Pagé/CBC).
The Idle No More movement is gaining momentum and volume.

As the Prime Minister was meeting with First Nation leaders in Ottawa on Friday, there was a rally in Kamloops.

Michelle Good is one of the lead organizers of Idle No More in Kamloops.

She is of Cree ancestry and a member of the Red Pheasant First Nation in Saskatchewan...

After listening to some of the voices from the rally, Michelle speaks with Daybreak host Shelley Joyce.

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