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Suicide crisis protests at Indigenous Affairs offices spread across Canada - Aboriginal - CBC


Suicide crisis protests at Indigenous Affairs offices spread across Canada - Aboriginal - CBC: "These conditions have existed in our territories for centuries, and the so-called government of Canada administers and benefits from it. These are acts of war, oppression and treason against our ancient treaties. Immediate response is called for," reads the statement.

In Gatineau, around a dozen security guards kept over 50 protesters out of the Indigenous Affairs building for several hours on Friday, including Jocelyn Iahtail, who said government must do more for her home community, Attawapiskat.

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