Keeping the Idle No More fire going on Highway 132

January 2013
Eastern Door;1/18/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p3
The article reports on the goal of Kahnawake Survival School students to keep the Idle No More movement in the community's minds by handing flyers suggesting answers on how the omnibus budget bill C-45 of the Conservative government affected the Natives and non-Natives of Quebec.


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