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Theland Kicknosway, drummer who led PM to be sworn in, says 'times have changed' - Ottawa - CBC News

6.11.15

Theland Kicknosway, drummer who led PM to be sworn in, says 'times have changed' - Ottawa - CBC News: Asked what he wants Canadians and the government to know about his culture and his people, Kicknosway said they're not going anywhere and that they will be heard.

"All they really have to know is that we're still here and we're never going to leave, we're not going to be gone, and that times have changed. ... It's time to put our voices together and to stand strong, walk tall," he said.


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