A traffic slow down to provide information about the land and Treaty 6. Delaronde Lake was once called Stoney Lake and was home to the nehiyawak (Cree). These are also traditional hunting grounds, they are unceded and unsurrendered lands with graves of children and Indigenous people located in various sections. There is logging happening on these lands without the consent and consultation of the people. This will be a peaceful Treaty Information check stop.
This is in solidarity and support of Idle No More, Defenders of the Land, Barriere Lake, Lubicon Nation, Elsipogtog, Beaver Lake, Amazon, and many other land defenders who continue to defend their lands and waters all over mother earth.
PLEASE DRESS FOR THE WEATHER, WE WILL BE OUTSIDE.
Bring lawn chairs and warm clothes.
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