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In pictures: Vancouver #IdleNoMore rally December 23

| December 26, 2012
When Sleeping Women Rise....

More than 500 turned out on a cold, rainy Vancouver morning to support Chief Theresa Spence and #IdleNoMore. For more photos click here.

Photo: When sleeping women wake... mountains move.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: Kill Bill C-45

 

Photo: Canada For Sale

 

Photo: Immigrants in support of Idle No More

 

Joan Phillip: "Bill c-45 is an attack on all of us. It is an attack on our land. On our water."

 

Beverley Jacobs: "We are responsible as human beings to take care of Mother Earth"

 

"Dear Mr. Harper, I come here today for your children's future. For all our children's future."

 

Vancouver East MP Libby Davies calls on Harper to meet Chief Theresa Spence.

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You will not amend me from existence

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