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Join the Journey of Nishiyuu today ~ #INM #IdleNoMore #Nishiyuu

Journey of Nishiyuu March 25 2013


ONLINE LIVE STREAMING OF EVENT: [no longer live streaming]

Thank you Occupy Toronto, for the live coverage :) - from Ernie Kwandibens

Thank you Occupy Toronto, for the live coverage 🙂 – from Ernie Kwandibens

TIME SCENARIO DETAILS
7:00 AM Walkers leave the overnight stay at Chelsea
8:30 AM Walkers reach Hwy 105 and St Joseph Blvd
11:30 AM Ottawa Police close the Portage Bridge for Walker’s entry to Victoria Island
12:00 NOON Sacred fire at Victoria Island lit by Algonquin Firekeeper Peter Decontie
12:00 PM Arrive at Victoria Island for Traditional Menu Please bring own bowls, spoons.
12:30 PM Algonquin Elder Josee Dewache Whiteduck & Welcoming Ceremony The Elder will say when it is okay to take pictures.
1:00 PM Ottawa Police Service officers close northbound traffic at Wellington & Victoria Island off Portage Bridge. Head south/east on Wellington. Crowd and Walkers assemble on Closed Wellington Street
1:45 PM The last person leaves roadway at the Metcalfe gate at Parliament Hill
1:50 PM Chief Gilbert Whiteduck and Algonquin Elder will welcome us to Algonquin on the steps Parliament.
1:55 PM Cree Elder Matthew Natachaquan
2:00 PM
2:05 PM Performers Chisasibi Drummers
Chief Stanley GeorgeWith singers from all Cree Nation communities
2:10 PM David Kawapit 18 yrs old Whapmagoostui First Nation
2:12 PM Geordie Rupert 21 ysrs old Whapmagoostui First Nation
2:14 PM Raymond (Bajoo) Kawapit 20 yrs Whapmagoostui 1stNation
2:16 PM Stanley George Jr. – 17 yrs Whapmagoostui First Nation
2:18 PM Travis George – 17 yrs old Whapmagoostui First Nation
2:20 PM Jordon Masty – 19 yrs old Whapmagoostui First Nation
2:22 PM Johnny Abraham – 19 yrs old Whapmagoostui First Nation
2:24 PM Isaac Kawapit – The White Wizard Whapmagoostui’s Head Guide
2:26 PM Abby Masty Whapmagoostui First Nation
2:28 PM Mary Tuckatuk Kuujjuarapik Inuit Youth Rep.
2:30 PM Drumming
2:40 PM Philip Rupert – 26 yrs old Chiasasibi – First Nation
2:42 PM Shayna Wesley – Wemindji – First Nation
2:44 PM Alice Gilpin – 21 yrs Eastmain – First Nation
2:46 PM Jenny Ann Blackned – 22 yrs Waskaganish First Nation
2:48 PM Tera Diamond Jolly – Nemaska – First Nation
2:32 PM Benjamin Capissisit – 22 yrs Ouje-Bougamou – First Nation
2:34 PM Darren Loon – 17 yrs old Mistissini – First Nation
2:36 PM Patricia Ottereyes Waswanipi – First Nation
2:38 PM Drumming
2:48 PM Bianca Mapachee Wasa Sibi / Pikogani – First Nation
2:50 PM Steve Papatie Kitsa Sikik – First Nation
2:52 PM Tyranne Ratt (speaker) / Martin Ratt (support) Rapid Lake / Maiigan Ajiki 1st Nation
2:54 PM Sokayna Jerome – 14 yrs old Lac Simon – First Nation
2:56 PM Ryder Cote – 12 yrs old Kitigan Zibi – First Nation
2:58 PM Natalie Mathias – 42 yrs old Winneway – First Nation
3:00 PM Announcement school children buses on Wellington westbound No street crossing for safety
3:01 PM Michael Polson Kawawachikmach – First Nation
3:03 PM Edmond Etherington Moose Factory – First Nation
3:05 PM Drumming
3:15 PM National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo
Assembly of First Nations
3:18 PM Matthew Coon-Come, Grand Chief Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee)
3:21 PM Ghislain Picard, Vice-AFN Quebec Regional Chief
3:34 PM Romeo Saganash, NDP MP Abitibi-Temiscamingue
3:37 PM Chief Teresa Spence Attawapiskat First Nation
3:40 PM Elder from Council of Elders Prayer – Cree Elder
3:45 PM News conference for walkers on the Hill 
Make room for media for Q & A
5:00 PM Event is over. Permit expires.
7-8pm EST more interviews with the walkers during the feast in Odawa.

Youth forum for all walkers Tomorrow (March 26th) @10:00am EST
Place: 215 Preston street

READ MORE: Greet Journey of Nishiyuu Walkers!

ALSO SEE: Cree youth on final leg of Idle No More trek to Ottawa (CBC)

ONLINE LIVE STREAMING OF EVENT: [no longer live streaming]

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Discussion

5 thoughts on “Join the Journey of Nishiyuu today ~ #INM #IdleNoMore #Nishiyuu

  1. Thanks for giving some information about all this.
    I am working with Cultural Survival, we are looking to put together a story on the Nishiyuu Journey. Do you have or know about anywhere we could get some high-quality photos for the story, with permission? Thanks for any time and assistance you share.

    Posted by Terrance | April 8, 2013, 9:41 PM
    • Yes indeed! Are you on facebook? It would be worth poking around their group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nishiyuu/

      Or you could try contacting Stanley Jason George, or the maker of this video, Benjamin Masty: http://youtu.be/hxxckeZ5Pig

      Posted by Drummer | April 8, 2013, 10:05 PM
      • Thanks so much – I am on facebook (you’ve probably seen my response to your post by now). I have sent e-mails to Benjamin Masty, and I think to Stanley Jason George as well. My main concern with pictures from the facebook group is that I want to ensure that I have permission to use the photos in our quarterly publication.

        Thanks for all the help and support you’ve garnered for my search.

        Posted by Terrance Hall | April 9, 2013, 3:55 PM
  2. thanks I have been looking for the live stream….

    Posted by Earthen Girl Native Rainbow Star | April 1, 2013, 11:52 AM
  3. Thank you so very much for livestreaming this event. I’m sitting in my house in Oak Grove, Oregon, with tears pouring down my face in gladness and gratitude for your efforts, all of you. And your languages are like music to my soul, I respond with as much courage and hope as I can. Bless you all, and thank you. Please stay safe, and may ottawa have the courage to listen.

    Posted by susankerrshawn | March 25, 2013, 5:25 PM

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