Another Idle event planned for Terrace

This one on Feb. 8 is intended to raise money and act as a teach-in

THE IDLE No More movement is about more than just demonstrations – it’s also about education.

And as such, “teach-in” events have been held across Canada to teach people about the movement, how they can get involved, and about First Nations rights and issues.

Terrace is hosting its first teach-in this Friday, Feb. 8 at 6 p.m. The location is to be announced and can be found on the event’s Facebook page.

It will be led by Leena Minifie of Kitimat, who has been holding a number of Idle No More information sessions and will feature a blanket dance in order to help raise money for Minifie’s travels.

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