Toronto protest ends, INAC offices still occupied in Winnipeg, Vancouver

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INAC occupation toronto exit 1 April 21, 2016 For the first time in nine days, people from a group called #OccupyINAC emerge from Toronto’s Indigenous and Northern Affairs office. (Sakura Saunders/Twitter)

#OccupyINAC protests ‘same energy’ as Idle No More, says Cree lawyer who was key figure in movement

By Tim Fontaine, CBC News, April 21, 2016

On Thursday, demonstrators left the Toronto office of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, nine days after they took it over and sparked a protest that has spread across the country.

“The time has come for us to go back to our families and loved ones, and to come out and thank our supporters. Without you, this week of awareness that has spread across the land may never have happened,” read a statement from a group called #OccupyINAC, who say they were directed to leave by youth from Attawapiskat.

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