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In pictures: #IdleNoMore across the country

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Peaceful demonstrators chant and hold a drum circle during at an Idle No More event at Vancouver’s Waterfront Station on Wednesday.

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A young girl watches the Idle No More goings-on at Waterfront Station.

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Elaine Durocher, middle, chants and pumps her fist in the air while taking part in the Waterfront Station event.

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Sarnia Police Chief Phil Nelson meets with Chief Chris Plain of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation, right, at a native blockade of the CN Rail tracks in Sarnia, Ont., on Wednesday. The blockade was lifted Wednesday night after CN Rail took legal action.

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Demonstrators take part in an Idle No More protest that shut down Portage Avenue at the Perimeter Highway in Winnipeg on Wednesday.

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Demonstrators take part in an Idle No More protest that shut down Portage Avenue at the Perimeter Highway in Winnipeg on Wednesday.

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Four year old Amara Cordoba, 4, beats a drum at Toronto's Yonge-Dundas Square on Tuesday at an Idle No More event.

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Kim Newby sings as she stands in a drum circle at Tuesday’s Idle No More event in Toronto.

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