Those camping in front of the Legislature are remaining in place despite an eviction notice from the provincial government.
The group has been staying on the lawn since the Gerald Stanley case ended with an aquittal, as well as the Raymond Cormier case in Winnipeg.
Prescott Demas is one of the campers. He said a lot of the focus is on protecting First Nations children.
“From the camp, the focus goes around our children, and involving the CFS foster care system, and just our involvement in it, and trying to have the CFS just stop taking our kids.”
Demas said the group wanted a meeting with the provincial government, but that has yet to happen.
“They come out, they shook my hand, and they set up a time to come and meet, but they turned around and said that they can’t make the meeting,” Demas said. “Then after (legislature) is out, they turn around and hand us a notice, essentially just ignoring us.”
The Ministry of Central Services says they hope to have the park for summer activities such as Canada Day celebrations.