Protest blocks rush hour traffic in downtown Winnipeg

A march in support of protesters in New Brunswick took place in downtown Winnipeg Thursday during the afternoon rush hour.
A march in support of protesters in New Brunswick held up traffic in Winnipeg Thursday afternoon. 1:26

A march in support of protesters in New Brunswick held up rush hour traffic along Portage Avenue in downtown Winnipeg Thursday. 

About 50 people, some part of the Idle No More movement, took part. 

They started at the site of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights under construction at the Forks, and ended the protest at the RCMP headquarters on Portage Ave.

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