I thought that maybe the public would like to see what can be done if you actually try to do something for yourselves:
Chief Clarence Louie, Osoyoos B.C. speaking in Northern Alberta <http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/indian-time-doesnt-cut-it-for-innovative-chief-with-on-the-edge-humour/article1103739/>
Idle no More is great if they would mean that they are moving ahead and doing something instead of asking for more funding. We are all Canadians. Canada is probably the only country in the world that has allowed its native population equal rights and the chance to become a partner in Canada. If you choose to live 1200 miles away from a main town you shouldn’t expect equal living conditions. As a taxpayer I am tired of seeing the brand new cars in parking lots at band offices or band related societies. Ads are in the newspaper daily looking for more administrators to look after a very small population. Transparency in where the six to eight billion dollars per year is spent is business. I suggest a Pay No More policy until a better program is set up.