Around one thousand people gathered in Windsor, Wednesday, January 16, 2013 in hopes of getting Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper to pay attention to the concerns of indigenous people. Protest organizers said they worked with the Ambassador Bridge Company to limit disruption to vehicles getting on and off of North America's busiest ground border crossing. The Windsor Police Department said they had no issues with any protesters and that traffic was only minimally affected.
Watch this video for a glimpse of the crowd peacefully demonstrating on Huron Church Road in Windsor, just blocks from the Ambassador Bridge.
Listen to an interview with one of the demonstrators here: wdet.org/news/story/crowd-rallies-for-indigenous-rights-near/
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