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Timeline: Idle No More's rise

Movement created out of opposition to measures in federal budget

Oct. 4, 2013

The tabling of an omnibus federal budget on Oct. 18, 2012, sparked a nationwide movement focused on First Nations' rights. What started as a series of "teach-ins" organized by activists in Saskatchewan snowballed into organized protests and rallies across the entire country.

As the first anniversary of the movement's founding nears, CBC News takes a look back at its coverage of events related to the Idle No More movement. The timeline below outlines key moments.

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