Voyage North | Dec 10, 2012 | 7:00

    Idle No More

    Protestors took over the lobby of the federal Aboriginal Affairs office in Thunder Bay today as part of a nation-wide rally to call attention to First Nations concerns. We go inside the reception area as protestors were asked to leave and we hear their response.

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