Idle No More Photos: Add Your Own Images Of Aboriginal Protests

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About 100 people march in a demonstration, lead by Dene National Chief Bill Erasmus, second left, during -29 C degree weather in downtown Yellowknife on Friday December 21, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Bill Braden | CP

Since the first national day of action on Dec. 10, Idle No More has spread to every corner of Canada and even some international locales.

Fueled by social media and frustration with the government, indigenous protesters and their supporters have been holding rallies, flash mobs and blockades without rest. Their demands? Treaty rights respected, protection for the environment and some meaningful discussion between aboriginal leaders and Ottawa.

From the Ottawa teepee where Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence is holding her hunger strike to the frozen streets of Yellowknife, here is a collection of images of Idle No More in action.

Click the "add slide" button to submit your own images of Idle No More events.

Idle No More: In Photos
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