landed on Plymouth Rock, and that Rock landed
on the minorities that were there to be victimised.
That includes the indigenous people.
They're still waiting for imperialism to end.
checkit: CBC News
Idle No More protests mark proclamation's 250th anniversary
Posted: Oct 07, 2013 1:30 PM ET|Last Updated: Oct 07, 2013 7:58 PM ET
Idle No More supporters gathered outside the Canadian Museum of Civilization on Monday afternoon as part of a worldwide mass day of action to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Proclamation of 1763, a historic document that legally mandated Canada to recognize indigenous land rights.
Heavy rain dampened the event in Gatineau, Que., where 20 to 30 people gathered to mark the 250th anniversary of the Royal Proclamation, while another 80 Idle No More supporters gathered to protest at Dundurn Castle in Hamilton.
In downtown Calgary, a small group of people gathered in Tomkins Park.
“The world is watching Canada,” said Wendy Walker, one of the Calgary organizers. “We’ve been pretty patient, I think. For 250 years we have been waiting and holding that promise that they would keep their word, that they would honour the treaties. That they would honour our land, protect our water, protect our air so that we could protect our children and our grandchildren.”