Protestors gathered along 56 St Wetaskiwin, Alta. August 4, 2020 for Indigenous Lives Matter. Photo by Shaela Dansereau.

Protestors for Indigenous Lives Matter gather in Wetaskiwin

Protestors gathered along 56 St Wetaskiwin, Alta. August 4, 2020 for Indigenous Lives Matter.

Protestors for Indigenous Lives Matter gathered in Wetaskiwin, Alta. Tuesday August 4, 2020 along 56 St between the Wetaskiwin Mall and Walmart.



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