Cancel Canada Day ‘: indigenous activists protesting, genocide in progress’

Cancel Canada Day ‘: indigenous activists protesting, genocide in progress’

indigenous activists in Canada peacefully marched in the streets yesterday as part of the “Cancel Canada Day protests held nationwide participated in the National Day of the country. Organized by Idle no more movement, the march protested the” ongoing genocide “against indigenous peoples and paid tribute to those who lost their lives in the hands of the Canadian government. “We do not celebrate the ongoing genocide against indigenous people in Canada,” the organization said in a statement on its web site. Canada day commemorates the law Constitution of 1867, the three separate colonies in Canada to combine a single domain within the British Empire to create. #cancelcanadaday advocates criticize the commemoration of this national holiday, which it says is a celebration of colonialism. “We have many names for our holy land, and Canada is not one of them, “he says in a video of no More Idle Facebook page posted. #Ca ncelcanadaday t endeva here today as events took place in cities across Canada, including Vancouver, Halifax, Saskatoon and Hamilton. The recent protests come at a time of national accounts, where police brutality and racism against indigenous people received new attention. The protests erupted after videos of a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP officer) appeared in Alberta aggressively to force a head of First Nations on the ground and in the lead on June 6th, hips protests months following upheavals in terms of federal punching government handling of the pandemic COVID-19 between indigenous communities, which led the Congress of Aboriginal people in Canada, a federal court application claims filed on 13 May that the COVID-19 support from the government is “inadequate and discriminatory.” in his speech on Canada Day Justin Trudeau- who fails to fulfill his campaign promises to indigenous peoples recognized inequality in Canada come under fire. “We can build a better country, where every senior has a safe place to live, and where not to say racism, injustice and hatred,” he said. “A country where we know our job to ensure everyone has an equal chance and equal to success is never finished.”
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