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Idle No More: New Year's Eve 2012

Idle No More protesters close down Winnipeg's major intersection of Portage Avenue and Main Street Monday December 31, 2012.
Idle No More protesters in front of The Bank of Montreal building at Portage Avenue and Main Street, December 31, 2012.
Idle No More protesters raise a flag in the air at Portage and Main.
Idle No More protesters proceed to Thunderbird House.
Idle No More protesters on Main Street.
A participant approaches the crowd gathered at Portage and Main.
Idle No More protesters close down Winnipeg's major intersection of Portage Avenue and Main Street.
A participant in traditional dress takes part in Idle No More at  Portage Avenue and Main Street.
A protester in traditional First Nations costume takes part in the Idle No More protest at Portage and Main.
Hundreds held signs and marched to protest government inaction in solving First Nations issues.
Idle No More protest drew from a wide variety of First Nations and non-First Nations people.
A protester tries to get a message across to police stopping traffic at Portage and Main.
Traditional drums beat at the intersection of Portage and Main.
Protesters distributed leaflets explaining their cause.
Idle No More protesters close down Winnipeg's major intersection of Portage Avenue and Main Street Monday December 31, 2012. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Idle No More protesters in front of The Bank of Montreal building at Portage Avenue and Main Street, December 31, 2012. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Idle No More protesters raise a flag in the air at Portage and Main. - Winnipeg Free Press
Idle No More protesters proceed to Thunderbird House. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Idle No More protesters on Main Street. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
A participant approaches the crowd gathered at Portage and Main. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Idle No More protesters close down Winnipeg's major intersection of Portage Avenue and Main Street. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
A participant in traditional dress takes part in Idle No More at Portage Avenue and Main Street. - Winnipeg Free Press
A protester in traditional First Nations costume takes part in the Idle No More protest at Portage and Main. - Winnipeg Free Press
Hundreds held signs and marched to protest government inaction in solving First Nations issues. - Winnipeg Free Press
Idle No More protest drew from a wide variety of First Nations and non-First Nations people. - Winnipeg Free Press
A protester tries to get a message across to police stopping traffic at Portage and Main. - Winnipeg Free Press
Traditional drums beat at the intersection of Portage and Main. - Winnipeg Free Press
Protesters distributed leaflets explaining their cause. - Winnipeg Free Press

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