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Mi’kmaq hunger strike ends / Chiefs put gov’t agreements on hold!

MARCH 11 2103 “Two Mi’kmaq leaders of the Idle No More movement have ended a 10-day hunger strike with an assurance that local chiefs will make a big change in how they do business.

Nova Scotia chiefs agreed Monday to put longtime negotiations with provincial and federal governments on hold while they go back to Mi’kmaq communities and ensure that their members understand what is going on in the talks.” -The Chronicle Herald

Shelley and Jean taking their first bites of food after the end of a 11 DAY hunger strike! Photo by Bryson Syliboy.

Shelley and Jean taking their first bites of food after the end of a 11 DAY hunger strike! Photo by Bryson Syliboy.


Hunger Strike Ends on Day 11 – Made In Nova Scotia Process Halted

Mi’kmaq negotiations on hold. Hunger strike ends after Idle No More, chiefs reach consensus.



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