More tipis are up at the protest camp in front of the Saskatchewan Legislature.
A tipi from the Peepeeksis First Nation went up Monday afternoon to sit alongside those representing the Piapot First Nation, the Pasqua/White Bear First Nation and the File Hills Tribal Council.
A tipi had stood at the camp for over 100 days before it was taken down last week with some of the campers being arrested.
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Government officials have said they will meet with the group and wonder how it will affect Canada Day festivities in the park.
Last week, Justice Minister Don Morgan said the camp is illegal and he expects the Regina Police Service to do what they have to.