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Saskatchewan wants to evict Indigenous protester calling for suicide prevention plan

The Saskatchewan government is taking a Métis man to court over his right to protest at a park near the legislature. Tristen Durocher recently walked more than 600 kilometres to Regina, where he set up a teepee and began a hunger strike to call for a legislated suicide prevention plan.

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