Discrimination in Canada

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IDLE NO MORE PROTEST

‘’WE FOUGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS IN 1818 FIGHT FOR OURS’’THERESA SPENCE

BY: BETTY THOMPSON TUTOR: MR. KING DATE: FEBRUARY 8TH, 2013

People are dyeing, a Chief starves herself all in the name of public protest, people are loosing their lives gradually due to social injustice there are several self-destructive behaviors and this is getting worse because the government is not doing anything about it. The Canadian government should adhere or try to meet the demands of this people if not people would die rioting or even worse can take place. (According to Shawn McCarthy and James Bradshaw Created December 30th 2012) They are still Canadians not minding if they are first nation citizens or not, so why is the Canadian government paying deaf ears to the cries of these citizens? The first Nations protest against the Canadian government, “Idle No More” is not just a fun thing so the government should actually sit back and listen to the complaints and needs of these Canadian indigenes. “We fought for your rights in 1818 fight for ours” (Chief Theresa Spence, Created Friday December 28th 2012.) This is a quote by the First Nations simply stating that the Canadian government should see to their needs now that they need their support because they once helped them in 1818. The Idle No more movement is a group, the group comprises of the First Nations whom are fighting for their rights. The first nations are otherwise known as the red Indians. First nation are the aboriginals who settle in provinces of Ontario and British Columbia in Canada. First nations had the country to...
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