Aboriginal runners from across Canada

Aboriginal runners from across Canada

Peace and Dignity runners stop in Hazelton

Aboriginal runners from across Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, taking part in the Peace and Dignity run, took a break in Hazelton.

Aboriginal runners from across Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, taking part in the Peace and Dignity run, took a break in Hazelton to rest and discuss concerns around diminishing access to safe drinking water.

The staffs, with their feathers and ribbons represent communities and individuals lending support to communities experiencing threats to their water.