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Kahnawake natives protest Saint Lawrence sewage dump - Montreal | KAHNAWAKE – A small group of First Nations Mohawks from Kahnawake have set up a makeshift camp at the foot of the Mercier Bridge, in protest of Montreal’s decision to dump eight billion litres of raw sewage into the Saint Lawrence River.

A tent sits next to a bonfire, to give shelter to protesters stationed overnight; a picnic table covered with food feeds people who come and go throughout the day.

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