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Photos: Barriere Lake solidarity

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Nadine MacKinnon

September 5, 2014

Logging companies are clear cutting 25 acres every two days in Barriere Lake, on Algonquin territory.
On September 4, Indigenous activists and allies rallied at Dundas Square and then marched to the Toronto International Film Festival to raise awareness and build solidarity with the Algonquins of Barriere Lake.
For the full photo set visit Rebel Sage on flickr.
For more information visit Barriere Lake Solidarity.

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