Canadian Museum for Human Rights
A group of First Nations people plans to light a sacred fire near the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg to educate visitors about how many indigenous communities don't have access to clean drinking water.
Daryl Redsky, left, of Shoal Lake #40 First Nation, is part of a group that is raising awareness of water issues in indigenous communities. It plans to light a sacred fire near the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in time for its grand opening this weekend. (CBC)
It was a morning of music, dance, speeches, a little rain, and a lot of protest as the Canadian Museum for Human Rights officially opened in Winnipeg.