Tell key Liberal Ministers to protect Mi'kmaq treaty rights

 
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Parliament is debating the federal government's response to the violence against Mi'kmaw fishers right now.1 A flood of phone calls to key Liberal Ministers’ offices could convince them to protect and define Mi'kmaq treaty rights to de-escalate the violence. 

But with the debate already underway, we have no time to lose. Make a call now. 
Calling Instructions
It’ll only take a minute, but make a big difference. It’s super easy.
  1. Read the talking points below.
  2. Enter your information to the right, including your phone number 
  3. We’ll call you back, connecting you directly to key Liberal Cabinet Ministers.
  4. Leave a message on the answering machine if you reach voicemail. If you speak to office staff, just ask them to pass on your message to the Minister. 

Talking points to include in your message
  • I am calling to urge you to take action to protect the treaty rights and safety of the Mi'kmaw people. 
  • The Mi'kmaq have treaty-protected rights to catch and sell fish to provide a moderate livelihood for themselves and their families. 
  • The federal government's failure to define what constitutes a 'moderate livelihood' has resulted in racial violence and unrest.
  • I'm joining Mi’kmaw fishers and Chiefs in their call to immediately define what constitutes a 'moderate livelihood' to put an end to the racial violence and unrest. 

Call a key Liberal Minister now.

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