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Idle No More plans rally in Sudbury

The First Nations activist movement Idle No More will be marking the 250th anniversary of the Royal Proclamation, which set up Canada's treaty system, with a rally in Sudbury. We spoke about the movement with John Beaucage, a former Grand Council Chief.

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