A huge “quilt” of Hudson Bay blankets

Not so warm and fuzzy

A huge “quilt” of Hudson Bay blankets is making its way across the country to protest Stephen Harper’s treatment of aboriginal people

A huge “quilt” of Hudson Bay blankets, with hand-sewn messages, is making its way across the country to protest Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s treatment of aboriginal people. The big blanket came to Campbell River on Friday where local people put their own stamp on it outside the public art gallery. The project “(Official Denial) Trade Value in Progress” was started in Sault St. Marie, Ontario by the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre.

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