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In pictures: #IdleNoMore takes it to the streets for day of action

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Idle No More protesters demonstrate at the base of the Ambassador Bridge in Windsor, Ont. About 1000 demonstrators disrupted traffic to the country’s busiest border crossing for several hours.

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Idle No More protesters march towards the Ambassador Bridge in Windsor, Ont.

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Idle No More protesters march towards the Ambassador Bridge in Windsor, Ont.

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Idle No More demonstrators block a CN east-west track just west of Portage La Prairie, Man., on Jan. 16, 2013.

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Idle No More demonstrators block a CN east-west track just west of Portage La Prairie, Man.

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Chief Calvin Bruneau, middle, joins demonstrators as they stop traffic on the QEII highway south of Edmonton.

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A passanger of a car asks to get past as an Idle No More supporter blocks Highway 2 in Edmonton.

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A motorist tries to drive through a barricade during an Idle No More protest outside Edmonton on Jan. 16, 2013.

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Protester Wayne Moberley sings traditional music as he takes part in the Toronto Idle No More demonstration.

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Protesters take part in the Idle No More demonstration in Toronto on Jan. 16, 2013.

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Idle No More protesters are seen in downtown Toronto.

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Protester Leo Marcel Neveu poses to show his neck tattoo, which reads ‘native,’ as he takes part in the Idle No More demonstration in Toronto.

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Protests are silhouetted against a flag as the take in Toronto’s Idle No More demonstration.

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