Idle No More takes to the streets in Montreal
The Idle No More movement took to the streets of Montreal Wednesday night.
The march began at Berri Square, and then moved north and through the Plateau-Mont-Royal streets.
There were half a dozen fire crackers launched into the air, there were no reports of violence.
Police however did say a small group of protesters defaced a building using spray paint.
The group chanted “anti-colonization” and repeatedly chanted “Harper to jail.”
As the protest moved south on St-Laurent, it stopped in front of the Native Friendship Centre of Montreal and chanted and cheered in support for a few minutes.
Many inside saluted the group thanking them for the support.