Archive: Idle No More

A group of people wearing winter clothing stand together on a ice and snow covered grassy area located in front of Zavitz Hall at the University of Guelph. Several signs are held by the smiling participants and read "Honour The Treaties", "Idle No More Guelph", "Oh Canada, Our Home On Native Land", and "Settlers In Support of IdleNoMore".

Ten Years Later – Idle No More Movement made history in Canada and Guelph in 2013

Ten years ago, in 2013, the Idle No More movement marked a turning point in modern Indigenous history in Canada. The grassroots movement began in November 2012 and quickly swept across Canada, organized largely through social media. It changed the discourse about Indigenous people and empowered a new generation of organizers in Canada and in Guelph.